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A promotional graphic for "Let's Talk Leadership" by the Academy for Sustainable Innovation (ASI). This inspiring leadership event, set for June 6, 2023, features speakers Tamara Connell, Biboye Aganaba, Juvanya Veltkamp, and Brendan Seale. The event runs from 12-1:15 p.m. PT / 3-4:15 p

Inspiring Brave Leadership: Join us on June 6th!

Explore the power of brave leadership and its potential to create a better, more sustainable world for all.

Brave leadership refers to the ability to take action in the face of challenging circumstances or uncertainty. Today’s world needs brave leaders more than ever; we face complex and intersecting challenges related to climate change, social injustice, and economic instability. To tackle these issues, we need inspired leaders who are bold, courageous, and willing to take action.

In this event, we’ll start by hearing from three leaders who will share their own experiences and insights on how to inspire brave leadership for positive change. Following the speakers, participants will be broken out into small groups to discuss brave leadership strategies and how you can enable those around you to take a courageous step forward.

We’ll cover topics like:

  • Leading with courage in the face of climate change
  • Navigating resistance, differences, and conflict
  • Balancing bold, inspirational visions of the future while managing the needs and expectations of near-term timeframes

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