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Meetings

Sep 15

8:30 am to 5:00 pm

The Graduate Club

The Great Room

155 Elm Street

New Haven, CT 06511

 

 

Sep 16

8:30 am to 5:00 pm
The Graduate Club

The Great Room

155 Elm Street

New Haven, CT 06511

 

6:30 pm Reception followed by 7:15 pm Dinner at Consiglio's, 165 Wooster St, New Haven, hosted by MOR Associates

 


Sep 17

Session 8:30 am to 12:00 pm

Graduation 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
The Graduate Club

The Great Room

155 Elm Street

New Haven, CT 06511

Hotel

The Study at Yale Hotel

1157 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT  06511

(203) 503 3900 or (866) 930 1157

Book Online

Group Rate $195.00

Group Code 0915MORLEA

Please book by Aug 23, 2015 to guarantee rate and availability.

 

 

Nearby airports are:

• Tweed New Haven (HVN) in East Haven, CT 06512, which services American/US Airways flights.

 

• Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Windsor Locks, CT.

 

The closest train station is Union Station in New Haven, CT.

Session Four: September 15-17, 2015 - Yale

Assignments and Readings

 

(pdf, 88KB)

Identifying and Developing Talent

By Jim Bolt, 2008

Identifying and developing the next generation of leaders is as hot a topic as you can find these days. Pretty much everyone agrees we have a leadership shortfall, if not crisis, looming on the horizon.

(pdf, 112KB)

Create a Culture of Accountability

By Roger Connors and Tom Smith, 2004

While the idea of accountability often has a negative connotation, this article provides a fresh and positive perspective on the concept of holding employees accountable for achieving desired results.

MOR Reading (pdf, 94KB)

How to Hire Manage and Even Appreciate Millenial IT Workers

By Rich Hein, CIO Magazine, Nov 2012

IT workers between the ages of 20-30 have gotten a reputation for being tech-savvy, but also a needy, jobhopping generation with a sense of entitlement. What's behind these perceptions and how can companies and millenials work better together?

MOR Reading (video)

Drive: the Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

By Dan Pink, 2010

Daniel Pink provides concrete examples of how intrinsic motivation functions both at home and in the workplace.

Optional Readings

(pdf, 244KB)

Results-based leadership: An interview with Dave Ulrich

By William Finnie and Stewart Early

Business leaders can add to their bottom line by being more attentive to "soft" organization factors, such as the commitment level of employees, the quality of leaders, and the linkage of both to obtaining results

(pdf, 74 KB) When Employees Misinterpret Managers

By Ben Horowitz

Running the business by paying close attention to the numbers may get managers what they asked for but not what they wanted. How does this happen?



 

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Workbook

Session Four Workbook

 

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