11th Annual Executive Summit
May 17, 2019
The LeBow EMBA Executive Summit is a full-day, continuing education conference sponsored by the Executive MBA Alumni Association held annually at Drexel University. The summit features outstanding leadership experts and educational presentations as well as intentional networking opportunities for LeBow EMBA alumni.
The Executive Summit provides a unique experience by combining the exchange of industry insights and inspiration with leadership development and networking opportunities, bringing together top business professionals in the Philadelphia community.
This year’s EMBA Summit is designed to cover a range of topics, encouraging attendees to take a comprehensive approach to achievement and improving every aspect of their lives.
2019 EMBA Summit Topics
The 11th Annual EMBA Summit features the following presentations and panel discussions:
- Credibility: Why Should Anyone Follow You?
- The Platinum Rule: How to Manage Across Generations
- Gaining the Mental Edge: Competitive Skills in Sports and How it Applies to Success in the Business World
- Luncheon Keynote: Growing Your Emotional Fitness in Work, Leadership, and Life
- Panel Discussion: How to Use Lobbyists in Business
- Fake News: Why a Constitutionally-Enshrined Free Press Matters to You
About Our Keynote
Susan Packard is co-founder of Scripps Networks Interactive and former Chief Operating Officer of HGTV. She was the 2nd employee of SNI and helped to build the company to a market value of over $10 billion. She began her cable career at HBO, then moved to NBC and was part of the start-up team for CNBC. In 1994 she joined HGTV and became Chief Operating Officer in 1995. Under Packard’s helm, HGTV became one of the fastest growing cable networks in television history. Today HGTV is available in more than 99 million U.S. homes and distributed in 175 countries and territories. CableWorld magazine honored her among “The Most Influential Women in Cable” numerous times. In 2008 she was inducted into the Cable Hall of Fame.
For more information about this year’s program and to register, please visit the program’s event page here.