Stanford "lowkeynotes" Speaker Salon

Event Date: 
7:00pm to 9:00pm

Friday, May 19, 2017

7 - 9 pm

No charge to attend

 

 

In an era of webinars, viral video and YouTube, communicating with authenticity, confidence and passion is crucial. Be it a new product introduction, a TED talk or an investor pitch, new styles and approaches to group communication are more apparent and important than ever.

At the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB), the Communications Program is leading the charge in this vital area. A key modality is the “lowkeynotes” program, which provides students the opportunity to develop and practice a nine-minute presentation on an idea they believe is in line with the school’s mission - to change lives, organizations and the world. Students deliver their final presentation to an audience of their peers, faculty and staff.

JD Schramm, a Stanford GSB Lecturer in Organizational Behavior (member of the GSB faculty since 2007 and the creator of the "lowkeynotes" program), has invited some of his talented MBA students to speak at Unity San Francisco on a fascinating range of topics that you won't want to miss.  This is an exceptional opportunity to hear some of the future leaders of the world speak about their ideas and dreams.  So join us!  There is no charge for this event.  Bring friends and enjoy an evening of inspiration.

Specific topics and bios of the speakers will be provided at a later date.