At our core, each of us possesses a set of values that we deeply identify with. And yet, in our everyday lives, we drift away from our core from time to time. What might life be if we fused our every thought and action with our deeply-felt values? How can we change our outer world when it conflicts with our inner world? Join me in a conversation with Candace Lightner to discover the power and possibilities of living your values.
Candace’s is a remarkable story. The tragic loss of her teenage daughter Cari in a drunk-driving crime awoke Candace to the very unsafe attitudes and law-enforcement practices toward drunk driving that prevailed in her time. After much struggle and striving, she launched MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving), an organization that has spearheaded large-scale social change in America and provided a model for other countries to emulate. She has been credited with saving over 400,000 lives.
In the webcast she will share her story about overcoming personal loss and leading a social movement - and give us insight into what we can all do to be agents of positive change.
To register for the webcast on Thursday, May 14 (11 am ET | 5 pm CET | 8.30 pm IST), please click on the link below.
I look forward to having you – and any others you wish to invite – for a rewarding learning journey.
Founder & President, Mentora
Professor of Practice, Columbia Business School