This session is open to the public. It is the first in a series of programs to teach how to teach values in the classroom or the workplace.
Details: Online via Zoom
Our guest is: Elizabeth Castillo
Castillo is an Assistant Professor of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies at Arizona State University. Her scholarship is inspired by two decades of management experience, mostly at the San Diego Natural History Museum and Balboa Park Cultural Partnership. She holds a PhD in Leadership Studies, MA in Nonprofit Leadership, and BA in Philosophy and History (summa cum laude) from the University of San Diego. Her mission is to repair the world through research that promotes thriving organizations, engaged employees, connected communities, and a world we can be proud to pass on to our children.
How can we create a sustainable economy that works for everyone? Dr. Elizabeth Castillo works on this problem by studying and teaching organizational leadership through the lens of bioinspired principles and complex adaptive systems. Her current research investigates capitalization of organizations, particularly how intangible assets like social, cultural, and political capital contribute to the production of social and financial returns.
Live 1 hour video conference using zoom
Date: Thursday June 25th 10 am eastern.