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So You Think You Can LEAD: Learn World Class Leadership through World Dance

Join us on at UCLA Hillel for an incredible opportunity hosted by our friends at the Harvard Business School Alumni Association of Southern California. They were generous enough to let us join in on the fun and we cannot wait. We're offering this event to our members for Women's Leadership credit, but we're trying to help get the word out to the greater Los Angeles community.


When: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

Time: 7:00-10:00 p.m.
Where: UCLA Hillel - 574 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90024

More information below:
Do you lead Gangnam style or more like Beyoncé? What is ideal? Learn critical leadership skills and tools at So You Think You Can LEAD, a fun, interdisciplinary workshop conducted by Dr. Edy Greenblatt.

Dr. Edy, who earned her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior at Harvard, is an author, motivational speaker, management consultant and world-renowned dancer. Her workshops teach leadership skills by integrating best practices and management research with dance ethnology and performance.

Both new and seasoned leaders will also gain insights often invisible before attendance. An energized, engaged attitude is a guaranteed result. No dance experience is necessary to benefit.

Registration cost varies between $20 and $35. The first 30 registrants will receive a free, autographed management book as part of their enrollment. Registration is free for current, full time UCLA students who register prior to Feb. 19.

So You Think You Can Lead is conducted with assistance from The Leaping Leaders, Dr. Edy’s team of collaborators from the business and art worlds.

So You Think You Can LEAD is supported by The Bruin Professionals, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi, Anderson School of Management Alumni Association, Bruin Belles, and UCLA Hillel. The public should register online.

For additional information, please call Dr. Greenblatt at 626-644-7745 or email Info@SoYouThinkYouCanLEAD.org.

Visit http://dosomethingnice.com/Home.html to register!

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