Shareholder or Stakeholder. . . What's Your Bottom Line? CEO's from the national Business Roundtable recently committed to leading their companies for the benefit of all stakeholders. Followers of economist Milton Friedman believe that companies' only obligation is to maximize shareholder value. Will performance, innovation and competitive ethics suffer if shareholder capital is diverted? Can the answer be both? Where do you stand? Dinner and our esteemed panelists should provide thought-provoking perspectives. Join us - February 27, 2020 at Cox Enterprises 6PM - Networking and Dinner, 7PM - Panel Discussion
Over the next few months, we'll be highlighting volunteer opportunities where we could use your help! Times and roles vary so you're bound to find something that fits your schedule and interests!
Our first opportunity is for LSS Ambassadors.
If you want to represent LSS in our community and like being the face and voice of our organization, like attending meet 'n greets and making guests feel welcome - then this opportunity is for you.
You'll need knowledge of our programs, which is easy for alumni. If you need a refresher, we can do that, too. All we need is for you to commit to helping out at several events and being an annual donor to LSS. That's it.
Mellody Hobson - Investment expert In this engaging, persuasive talk, Hobson makes the case that speaking openly about race — and particularly about diversity in hiring -- makes for better businesses and a better society. Each month we post a video the current LSS classes are watching, so whether we're emerging or experienced leaders, we can all benefit and learn together.
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