On April 14th, Sadhguru is giving a free public talk entitled “Inner Management: The Missing Link to Leadership Excellence,” as the 2013 Sheth Lecture on Indian Studies. The event is co-sponsored by the Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning and Goizueta Business School, and held at Emory University’s Glenn Memorial Auditorium, in Atlanta.
Established in 2000, the annual Sheth Lecture in Indian Studies is dedicated to raising awareness of the culture and history of India and South Asia. Past speakers include famed author and Emory University Professor Salman Rushdie, acclaimed film director Deepa Mehta and prominent environmental human rights activist Medha Patkar, among others.
This time around, Sadhguru will be discussing how to cultivate leadership as an innate and intuitive process, by effectively managing oneself before attempting to manage others. The discussion benefits executives, entrepreneurs, academics, and students alike.
Admission to the public lecture is free. Make sure to register at: http://www.innerengineering.com/emory/
Sunday April 14th, 2013, starting 5pm
Glenn Memorial Auditorium, Emory University
1652 North Decatur Road, NE, Atlanta, GA