Presenter: Lawler Kang
What drives personal and professional happiness? How can I bring my ‘whole’ self to my daily pursuits, particularly looking for my “next big thing”? What might I do to augment my personal brand to optimize these efforts?
Learn how come the ‘Why’ and ‘How’ behind what you do is more important to your happiness (and productivity) than ‘What’ you do. In fact, the ‘Why’ and ‘How’ should directly impact the ‘What’.
Our presenter will start by illustrating the need, impact and benefits of bringing your passions and purposes to work. He will then walk participants through some tools designed to identify your ‘Whys’ and ‘Hows’ and will show you how to align them in your current, and future, work (and life) efforts.
After 15 years of corporate and entrepreneurial leadership, Lawler walked away from empire building, wrote Passion at Work (Pearson Prentice Hall), and founded Passion at Work Partners. Speaking/consulting clients: HP, Cisco, Google, Oracle, Microsoft, Booz Allen Hamilton, Pfizer, and most top-tier business schools. Lawler’s prior endeavors include leading successful turnarounds of three technology/biotech firms, serving as Engagement Manager, and then Managing Director of the Northeast Practice of Scient. Lawler graduated from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Vassar College.