Forget the millennial stereotype as Leadership Oakland and some of the region’s brightest professionals discuss “what’s next” as a new and different generation of leaders emerge. What does it mean for the future of our region? And are high-achieving millennials really all that different from previous generations?
Join Leadership Oakland for the next session of its highly popular Breakfast of Champions (BOC) series on February 27 for the Annual Young Professionals panel discussion.
Don’t Call Me a Millennial: Busting the Myths of the Next Generation of Leadership
Annual Young Professionals Panel
February 27, 2018, 7:30-9:00 a.m.
MSU Management Education Center, 811 W. Square Lake Road, Troy
Today’s high-aspiring and emerging leaders are breaking through the stereotypes of their generation. These bright, innovative professionals are combining wisdom from previous generations with their own definition of leading into the future. Don’t miss this interactive opportunity to learn from these dedicated and visionary professionals. Members of Oakland County’s 2018 Elite 40 under 40 class will also be attending this event.
Sommer Brock, LOXXVII – Director of Development for Horizons-Upward Bound (HUB), Cranbrook Schools
2018 Oakland County Elite 40 Under 40 winner
Clarence Dass, LOXXVII – Founder, The Dass Law Firm
2016 Oakland County Elite 40 Under 40 winner
Jennifer Korman, LOXIX – Communications Project Manager, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services
2016 Corp! Magazine Most Valuable Millennial winner
The cost is $36 per person and includes a full breakfast. Leadership Oakland Alumni Association Members receive a discounted ticket price of $32. Pre-registration required. To register, contact Carol Dendler at 248.952.6880 or register online at: http://www.leadershipoakland.com/breakfast-of-champions/
The Leadership Oakland Breakfast of Champions Series is sponsored by: Mercedes-Benz Financial Services, HAP, DTE Energy Foundation, and Corp!
About Leadership Oakland
Established in 1990, Leadership Oakland is a 501 (c)(3) organization focused on business and community leadership development. Leadership Oakland is a member of The Community Leadership Association. The organization provides a nine-month community leadership Cornerstone Program to participants from businesses, organizations and governmental agencies that are selected based on an application process. The organization continues to provide educational and networking opportunities to alumni after graduation from the Cornerstone Program. Leadership Oakland graduates are key business and community leaders serving as catalysts on boards of various organizations throughout the region.