Sponsored by the Women of Hopkins LA
Join us for English High Tea and Brunch and a talk with alumna and author, Sam Basu Farreca, MBA, ICP-ACC, Head of People and Change; Diversity Officer, CultureStrategy, as she discusses how to take your leadership to the next level with the hard and soft skills you need to thrive in the "new normal." This event will be in-person and interactive, so arrive ready to engage.
MEET OUR SPEAKER
Sam Basu Farreca, (A&S), MPA, ICP-ACC, Head of People and Change; Diversity Officer, CultureStrategy
Sam Basu Farreca might best be described as a polymath: an organizational consultant with a neuroscience background, a performing artist, a team leader; and a coach. After graduating from Hopkins in neuroscience, she worked for several years in the US and India before doing her joint INSEAD/Wharton MBA. Since then she has led a life of consulting and training organizations on how to improve operations, effectiveness, and culture, working many years with Accenture, before co-founding a firm, CultureStrategy.
She believes the key to her success has been the combination of hard skills in data and analytics with soft skills in coaching, communication, and emotional intelligence. Her passion is coaching leaders of organizations big and small on how to improve their effectiveness and team performance.
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