How Can a Leader Inspire, Set Directions & Influence, Particularly When Times are Tough?

Join the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) and Leadership OKC for a Leadership Symposium that explores the ways in which leaders can engage with their constituency across differences, answer difficult questions, adapt, and make confident decisions despite uncertainty.


$45 per attendee

Coffee & Danish Hour: 8 am
Event Kickoff: 9 am

Friday, November 5, 2021
OSU Discovery Center
300 NE 9th Street | Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Email us if you have any registration questions or concerns.

Central Oklahoma Business Leader Panel

Hear testimonies from area business leaders who have overcome pandemic barriers and from cities that have taken great risks in order to thrive.


PETER DOLESE | Executive Director | Arts Council of Oklahoma City
JORGE HERNANDEZ | President & Co-Founder | Tango PR
THERESA SEITZ | Director IT Services & Resiliency | OG&E
JOSH MOORE | Edmond Councilmember | Owner, Moore Quality Investments & Moore Quality Homes
MARNIE TAYLOR | President & CEO | Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
Moderator: SUNNY CEARLEY | Vice President of Membership | Greater Oklahoma City Chamber

More Info:

  • Engage in a workshop meant to enable you with the tools of making good decisions as leaders
  • Receive a leadership toolkit to assist you as you manage pandemic recovery efforts in your community
  • Contribute to moving Central Oklahoma forward in terms of economic development and workforce innovation by becoming part of a leadership network equipped with strategies for leading in the new relevant economy
  • Coffee & Danish Hour
  • Catered Lunch
  • Post-Event Book Signing of Leadership for Sustainability, Strategies for Tackling Wicked Problems, by Dr. Bruce Hull (you will receive a complimentary copy with your registration)

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Bruce Hull

Solving today’s environmental and sustainability challenges requires more than expertise and technology. Effective solutions will require that we engage with other people, wrestle with difficult questions, and learn how to adapt and make confident decisions despite uncertainty. We need new approaches to leadership that empower professionals at all levels to tackle wicked problems and work towards sustainability.

Dr. Bruce Hull is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability at Virginia Tech, which provides graduate education and professional development opportunities for sustainability professionals working at the intersection of business, government, and civil society.

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