CBU's School of Behavioral Sciences hosts Dr. Robert McKenna's lecture, part of the 2015-2016 Culture and Justice Lecture Series, on October 22, 2015 from 6pm-8pm in the School of Business building's Innovators Auditorium.
Dr. McKenna is passionate about changing the world of work by helping leaders find a deeper sense of meaning and conviction. Coming from a rich heritage of faith, Dr. McKenna’s work is ultimately aimed at helping bring about long-term, Christ-centered transformation. As an educator, he sees this transformation developing as a grassroots movement among students on campuses across the country as they learn to become leaders of leaders.
A key component of Dr. McKenna’s leader-student strategy is supporting them as they learn what it means to integrate their worldview into the workplace. He believes that organizations will best be served if employees have a strong sense of who they are, why they are leading, what is at stake, and for whom they are responsible. He is especially energized by the idea that who employees are as persons and what they do are both critical components to what it means to live in the tension between passion and profession.
Dr. McKenna is the Chair of the Department of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Washington. Over the last several years, he has worked as an organizational development consultant to a variety of large and small organizations in the areas of leadership development, executive coaching and organizational change.
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