An application of existential philosophy to leadership development
Our speaker this month is Eric Spencer who will offer impressions from a study he recently conducted concerned with business leadership conversations. The foundation of his talk is an existential one, where a focus on perceptions and choice provides the means for finding purpose in and for professional leadership. His interest and work is in conversations with individuals as leaders who desire to develop their potential and to assist and support them in their learning and quest for meaning.
Eric has a Bachelor of Science from Georgetown University in Washington and a Masters of Philosophy from the University of Stellenbosch. He is currently employed as the Learning and Organisational Development Executive for a large local firm.
Venue details and further information available from Jac Kriek.
Mensa Cape Town invite you to join them for the second in their series of Lindt master-classes, on Saturday 1 July at 15h00.
The class will start with an introduction into the world of chocolate – everything you ever wanted to know about chocolate, but didn’t know who to ask – and then you will create a variety of cupcakes, which you will be able to take home.
The hour-long workshop will take place at the Cape Quarter Lifestyle Village, 72 Waterkant Street, Cape Town, and the cost is R258.75 per person, payable to the Cape Town chairperson, Jac Kriek.
Register for the class by emailing the address above, or by phoning Jac Kriek.