Walter Isaacson, Best-Selling Author; Acclaimed Historian and Journalist; Professor of History, Tulane University

Walter Isaacson shares his insight about the common traits historical figures share and how those traits can be used to empower today’s business leaders. His ability to brilliantly capture the unique cultural currents surrounding America’s greatest leaders and creative thinkers is showcased in his best-selling books on Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein, Ben Franklin and Leonardo Da Vinci. Bringing audiences closer to these remarkable figures, he shares fascinating details of how success came to each of these men through the questioning of conventional wisdom and a willingness to explore new ideas. He provides an astute analysis of timeless leadership principles and the lessons they can teach us on fostering the creativity necessary to compete in a new century of globalization.

Price: $125.00

Luncheon open to registered attendees only. Badge & ticket required to gain admittance. Reserved Seating is available with purchase of table of 10 only. Tables of 10 are only available to members. Tickets must be purchased by March 13. No tickets or same-day seating will be available on-site.
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