Meet Two More of the 2014 Symposium Speakers!

By this time next week, the Fellows will be preparing for the arrival of our six Symposium speakers. We can hardly wait! Don’t forget that the deadline for registration is Monday, March 3rd. In the meantime, several of our speakers have put together a list of suggested readings to help get you thinking about the topic of the day – leadership!

Today we are highlighting two more of our speakers, Teniqua Broughton and morning keynote Alpesh Bhatt.

 

Speaker Highlight: Teniqua Broughton

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Teniqua Broughton

Several current fellows had the pleasure of meeting Teniqua Broughton at the 2013 APGA Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. As a six-year Trustee of the Desert Botanical Garden, Ms. Broughton has played a vital role in developing young professionals for board positions through the founding of Desert Botanical Garden’s Monarch Society and Council. She is also the founder of VerveSimone Consulting Firm, which works with clients to provide leadership, governance and administrative advice for their respective organizations. At the Symposium, she will address her experience with the Monarch Society and Council and provide ways to attract and engage younger, emerging professionals as potential new board members.

 

Keynote Speaker Highlight: Alpesh Bhatt

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Alpesh Bhatt

Alpesh Bhatt comes to us from the Center for Leadership Studies (CLS) in New Jersey where he is Principal and Managing Partner. His firm partners with a variety of clients to develop leaders within their organization, and he spends most of his time “on the ground,” supporting executives one-on-one in understanding and mastering the challenges of leading “business breakthroughs.” He is also on the faculty of the Graduate Psychology Department at the University of New Haven. Mr. Bhatt has published a short book, The Triple-Soy Decaf-Latte Era, which has been called a “mini MBA for the 21st Century.”  At the Symposium, he will speak about creating a lasting, positive change in an organization.

We hope you can make it! If you are unable to attend the Longwood Graduate Symposium in person, you can view the free webcast (more information to follow). We will also be taking the conversation online via Twitter, so be sure to follow us @Longwoodgrad and use #LGPSymp to join the conversation.  Stay tuned for our final speaker highlights, coming to the blog next week!

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