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ACHE of MA ECN Next-Level Networking Program

February 28 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Next-Level Networking: Learning more techniques about networking and how best to apply those skills, featuring Special Guest Speaker, Loran Nordgren!

Mr. Nordgren is a professor at the Kellogg School Of Management, bestselling author and a former Fullbright Scholar. Mr. Nordgren’s mission is to use behavioral science to make leaders and organizations better, and he will share with our attendees insights into why having a network matters, and how to maximize your efforts in building your network.

Join us for Speed Networking after Mr. Nordgren speaks! Speed Networking is a lot like “Speed Dating“ but without the “dating”. It’s an opportunity to meet accomplished professionals like yourself, one professional at a time. Come ready to learn from one of the best in the field and practice what he shares with us in real time!

It’s complimentary to attend, and you do not need to be an early careerist – all ACHE members are welcome.

Click here to register now!


Meet Loran Nordgren 

Loran Nordgren is a professor at the Kellogg School of Management and bestselling author. Loran’s mission is to use behavioral science to make leaders and organizations better. His research has been published in leading journals such as Science, and his ideas are regularly discussed in prominent forums such as the Harvard Business Review. In recognition of his work, Professor Nordgren has received the Theoretical Innovation Award in experimental psychology. A former Fulbright scholar, Loran teaches Leadership in Organizations in every program offered at Kellogg. He is a six-time recipient of the Kellogg teaching impact award and has twice received Kellogg’s Management Teacher of the Year award. Loran also serves as the academic director of the executive MBA programs. He was one of Poets & Quants’ 40 under 40 business school professors. As a practitioner, Loran has worked with companies throughout the world on a wide-range of behavior change problems, a process he calls Behavioral Design. Loran’s first book The Human Element: overcoming the resistance that awaits new ideas, spent multiple weeks on the Wall Street Journal Bestseller list.

Details

Date:
February 28
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm