Date/TimeDate(s) - 03/19/2019
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
The March breakfast features Steve Ehrlich, who will talk about, Stories from the Stream: Fly Fishing, Leadership, and the Common Good. This is an innovative approach to adult development and learning that draws on thirty years of teaching and management experience in continuing education and an equally long journey as a fly fisherman. Steve will share lessons and analogies from the stream and the literature of fly fishing that guide purposeful living and working and help us create the life story we really want.
You don’t have to appreciate fly fishing to learn something new from this talk:
- Better understand your “source” of inspiration and solitude that can guide your leadership capacity.
- Using your source, ace your own leadership achievements and challenges.
- Learn what it takes to change course to make your leadership more authentic and effective.
About the Speaker
Steven M. Ehrlich, Ph.D., is a senior education advisor in Human Resources at Washington University. Steve designs and manages training and professional development programs for Washington University employees. Formerly associate dean at University College, the continuing education division of Arts & Sciences at Washington University, Steve designed and managed degree programs for adult students. He also taught courses in adult development and the literature and philosophy of fly fishing.
This breakfast gathering is part of the Langenberg Leadership Forum, a program for business and organizational leaders offered through The Walker Leadership Institute at Eden Theological Seminary.
Eden Theological Seminary
475 E. Lockwood Ave.
Webster Groves, MO 63119
A complementary light breakfast will be provided.
Questions: call 314-918-2547 or e-mail [email protected]