Successful Leaders Share Insights on Meditation, April 9
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and the John Main Center for Meditation will present “Meditation and Leadership: Leading from the Center” featuring advice from four successful leaders who will draw upon their personal experiences about the link between meditation and leadership.
The speakers include Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, Laurence Freeman (OSB), founder and director of the World Community for Christian Meditation, and Sean Hagan, general counsel of the IMF.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Georgetown University McDonough School of Business
Rafik B. Hariri Building, Fisher Colloquium
37th & O Streets, NW
Those interested in attending the event should register online at https://app.e2ma.net/app2/survey/1412246/213018217/9e64cba5e1/
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About the John Main Center for Meditation and Inter-religious Dialogue
The John Main Center for Meditation and Inter-religious Dialogue is an open, ecumenical center of silence and reflection existing to teach meditation and support its practice for all wishing to learn. The center is open to people of every faith and to all seeking truth in stillness and friendship. Amid the stress and strain of University life, it is a place where the balance between being and doing can be reset. Deeply attuned to religious traditions, the Center is a spiritual space where people with or without faith affiliation will find a welcoming point of inner renewal. Learn more here.
About Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business provides a transformational education through classroom and experiential learning, preparing students to graduate as principled leaders in service to business and society. Through numerous centers, initiatives, and partnerships, Georgetown McDonough seeks to create a meaningful impact on business practice through both research and teaching. All academic programs provide a global perspective, woven through the undergraduate and graduate curriculum in a way that is unique to Washington, D.C. – the nexus of world business and policy – and to Georgetown University’s connections to global partner organizations and a world-wide alumni network. Founded in 1957, Georgetown McDonough is home to some 1,400 undergraduates, 1,000 MBA students, and 1,200 participants in executive degree and open enrollment programs. Learn more at http://msb.georgetown.edu. Follow us on Twitter @msbgu.