reinventing leadership: from hierarchy to high performing

Innovative Employer Roundtable Meeting
October 10-11, 2012
Hilliard Lyons Downtown
Lousiville, KY

ROUNDTABLE PARTNERS: Access the full meeting website with attendee materials HERE.
agenda at a glance*


Wednesday, October 10th
10-11 New Partner Orientation
11-12 Registration/Lunch/Networking
12-5:00 Sessions
(Future of Leadership, Mentoring and Morningstar)
5:00-6:30 Reception

*times are subject to change

Thursday, October 11th
8:00-9:00 Registration/Breakfast/Networking
9:00-12:15 Sessions
(Mapping Leaders and Glass Ceiling)
12:15-1:45 Lunch & Guest Speaker Tori Murden McClure
1:45-2:15 Wrap-Up

about the keynote speaker


nick petrie
senior faculty, center for creative leadership

Nick is a New Zealander with significant international experience having spent ten years working and living in Asia, Europe, Britain, Scandinavia and the Middle East. Nick is a Senior Faculty member with the Center for Creative Leadership's Colorado Springs campus. He is a lead faculty for the Leadership Development Program and the legal sector. Nick is responsible for the design and delivery of individual, team, and organizational custom and open enrollment solutions. Nick holds a Master's degree from Harvard University focused on organizational behavior and leadership development. He also holds two undergraduate degrees from Otago University (New Zealand) in business administration and physical education.

about the keynote session

Future Trends of Leadership Development
What will the future of leadership development look like? Center for Creative Leadership Senior Faculty Member Nick Petrie took a year's sabbatical at Harvard University, studying across the university's schools and interviewing 30 industry experts to answer this question in an increasingly complex and uncertain world. The results of his work will be presented along with solutions on how to develop tomorrow's leaders.

featured presentations


Reverse Mentoring: A Strategic Approach to Knowledge Sharing
wendy murphy, ph.d.
assistant professor of management, babson college


Power to the People: A Mission-Driven Company
paul green
head of development & the self-management institute, the morning star company



Mapping the Hidden Leaders: Social Network Analysis
stephen borgatti, ph.d.

chellgren endowed chair and professor of management, gatton college of business & economics, university of kentucky

dan halgin, ph.d.
assistant professor of management, university of kentucky


The Glass Ceiling: New Perspectives on a Persistent Problem
jenny hoobler, ph.d.
associate professor of management, university of illinois at chicago


Special Guest Speaker
tori murden mcclure
president, spalding university and author of "a pearl in the storm"


Thank you to Hilliard Lyons for hosting the event at their facilities!


A big thanks to EQT Corporation for sponsoring the Networking Reception!