|Jeff Immelt – General Electric CEO
Wake Forest University Schools of Business welcomed one of the world’s best CEOs to campus on Oct. 4 for the Leading Out Loud Broyhill Executive Lecture Series. Jeff Immelt is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GE, a company that operates in 125 countries and employs more than 300,000 people worldwide. Barron’s has named him one the “World’s Best CEOs” three times.
|Marilyn Carlson Nelson, Chairman and former CEO of Carlson
Marilyn Carlson Nelson, chairman and former CEO of Carlson, a global group of travel and hospitality companies came to Wake Forest University Schools of Business on Feb. 4, 2011 to deliver “How We Lead Matters: Reflections of a Life of Leadership.”The presentation was part of the Leading Out Loud, Broyhill Executive Lecture Series and served as the keynote address at the 21st Annual Marketing Summit.
|Dean Kamen, founder DEKA Research & Development.
November 17, 2010
Dean Kamen, founder DEKA Research & Development, spoke to Wake Forest University Schools of Business students, faculty and visitors on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010 at the Worrell Professional Center Auditorium on the Wake Forest campus. Kamen’s presentation “Personal Passion Changes the World” included stories behind several of his lifesaving medical inventions and his non-profit organization, FIRST.
|Robert Holland, Managing Partner, Essex Lake Group
The Quest for Success: Corporate director and managing partner of Essex Lake Group, Robert Holland, Jr. spoke to students, faculty and visitors at the Wake Forest University Schools of Business on Nov. 11, 2010. Holland’s presentation was called “The Quest for Success” and focused on his journey from a segregated town in Michigan to becoming the first African-American CEO of a majority-owned franchise company when he accepted the top post at Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Ice Cream, Inc.
|Susan Ivey, CEO of Reynolds American
October 21. 2010
Reynolds American chairwoman, president and chief executive officer of Reynolds American, Inc. spoke to Wake Forest University Schools of Business students and faculty on Oct. 21. The topic was “Two Ears, One Mouth: the Art of Leadership Communication at Every Level in an Organization” and it was part of the Leading Out Loud Broyhill Executive Lecture series.
|Mike Duke, President & CEO of Wal-mart stores. “Leading Global Growth”
September 28, 2010
Mike Duke, President & CEO, Wal-mart Stores Inc. discusses “Leading Global Growth” on Sept. 28, 2010 at the Worrell Professional Center on the Wake Forest University campus. His presentation was part of the Schools of Business Leading Out Load executive lecture series made possible by the Broyhill Family Foundation.
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