The Wharton Club of Philadelphia 2nd Annual Leadership Spring Seminar Series

The Wharton Club of Philadelphia, along with the Philadelphia Alumni Club Partners: Harvard, HBS, LaSalle and Princeton, Invite You to Participate!


                BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND - REGISTER NOW FOR APRIL 9th
 
The Wharton Club of Philadelphia
 
Invites you to participate in our
 
2nd Annual Leadership Spring Seminar Series 
 
 We are continuing our commitment of providing leading edge insights, by inviting respected
 
business leaders to share their perspectives and recommendations to develop 
 
The art of LEADERSHIP into a strategic plan for success

April 9th - 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Member and Partner Club Prices: $35 for each session
  Non-member Prices: $40 for each session
 
April 9th - Thomas Kaney and Richard McNight 

At The Union League of Philadelphia – Ranked the #1 City Club in the Country
 
Princeton members can select the Partner Club price.
 
 
 
 
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR APRIL!
Tickets include a hot breakfast buffet.
The Union League
140 South Broad Street 
Library Lounge, 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA  
 

   
  
April 9th:  Thomas Kaney and Richard McKnight, McKnight Kaney, LLC 
  
Thomas Kaney as Senior Vice President, Human Resources for GlaxoSmithKline, Tom was the primary architect of post-merger integration of four mega-mergers including Smith Kline and French and Beecham PLC which has been hailed as a benchmark for merger success through culture renewal, leadership development, and HR and business process transformation.   His expertise includes strategy formulation and execution; organization design; alignment of workforce and business strategies, HR best practices to support and drive business strategy, talent management/ succession, and leadership development/coaching.  Tom is the co-author of “Leading Strategy Execution” and is an alum of Antioch and Pennsylvania State Universities. 
 
Richard McKnight brings 30 years as an organization development professional, specializing in organization design and deep employee engagement.  Bringing a balance to their professional partnership. Richard writes a monthly column for the Philadelphia Business Journal called "Perspective on People."  He is also an artist and author (www.richardmcknight.com).   Specialties: strategy development, coaching, senior team development, employee surveys, employee engagement, and competency model development.  Richard has his PhD from Temple University and a MSW from the University of Washington.