November 4-6, 2019, San Francisco
Forum Materials ARE HERE:
Please review and either download or print the materials for the Forum as is appropriate for you. We will not be providing printed materials at the Forum.
- Program Highlights
- Program Logistics
- Speaker Bios
- Guest/Spouse Activities
- Final Participant List
- ALL Materials (one document)
Latest Forum Happenings:
- READ: Sheryl O’Loughlin on how ‘Bold Humility’ Drives Transformational Leadership
- READ: Stanford’s Aleta Hayes on How to Tap into Your Creativity
- READ: Professor of Biology and Neurology, Robert Sapolsky on How to Become Less ‘Twitchy,” Embrace Empathy
- Watch a video of the Forum Highlights!
Exclusive Forum Highlights:
- EXPEDITIONS: Journey to Bay Area organizations led by visionaries whose design approaches enable them to foster ethical, inclusive practices and to drive transformational change.
- EXPLORATORIUM: Rekindle your sense of wonder and possibility at the San Francisco Exploratorium through immersion at the intersection of science, technology & design
- CONNECTION: Meet inspirational colleagues. Absorb, and contribute to, the wisdom in the room.
- Anticipate arts/humanities “surprises” to be experienced only at a FRED Forum
Expand Your Perspectives by Engaging with:
Robert Sapolsky, professor of biology and neurology, Stanford University; author of Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Our Worst
Aleta Hayes, Institute for Diversity in the Arts, Stanford University, modern dancer, choreographer, performer, teacher
David Batstone, Managing Director, Just Business, founder/president Not For Sale, University of San Francisco ethics professor
Sheryl O’Loughlin, CEO/President, REBBL; author Killing It (how to kill it as an entrepreneur!)
More on the Forum:
The FRED Forum is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for you to expand your thinking, deepen your resolve, and add your voice to advancing ethical, inclusive leadership in these troubled and troubling times. Participants are an invited group of vibrant leaders, researchers and thinkers from the world’s leading business schools, corporations and consultancies. Our purpose is to address the current, and hoped-for, state of ethical, inclusive leadership. FRED imagines how best to encourage such leadership, how to develop it and how to ensure that ethical, inclusive values prevail in a world fragmented by tribalism, misinformation, and outright deceit.
The 2019 Forum convenes at an historical moment in which the need for ethical, inclusive leadership has never been greater. To rise to this challenge, it will feature preeminent thinkers, writers and creators under the theme of leading by design. The goal is for participants to hone their craft of leading with purpose and intention as they add an array of new tools, shaped by elements of design, to their ethical, inclusive, transformative leadership toolboxes.
If you are interested in participating, please reach out to David Small, FRED Leadership’s Executive Director: email@example.com