Presentation – The East Bay Chapter of the Berkeley-Haas Alumni Network is privileged to host a presentation by Dr. John Danner and Mark Coopersmith, the authors of The Other F Word, June 8th

The East Bay Chapter of the Berkeley-Haas Alumni Network is privileged to host a presentation by Dr. John Danner and Mark Coopersmith, the authors of The Other F Word. Failure is a fundamentally misunderstood and underutilized resource. In their engaging and provocative talk about their book The Other F Word, the authors will expand your view of failure by offering a process to become a more failure savvy leader: recognizing failure earlier, minimizing its damage, and harnessing lessons learned to improve future outcomes. You’ll walk away with strategies you can start employing immediately, and will never look at failure the same way again!

Networking – if time permits, there will be networking activities prior to the presentation with additional opportunities following the presentations and Q&A

Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Location:

Berkeley-Haas School of Business

Cheit Wing

Wells Fargo Room (4th Floor)

Map of Haas School of Business: http://www.haas.berkeley.edu/haas/building/level1.html

Parking: New Maxwell Parking Garage, directly across Piedmont Ave., just north of the football stadium.

BART: Downtown Berkeley station, about a 15-minute walk to Haas.

Map of campus: http://www.berkeley.edu/map

Cost: $20 for alumni and guests, $10 for students

Light refreshments will be served.

Limited seating, so register early.

(Please note that registration fees are transferable, but non-refundable)

About the Presenters:

Mark Coopersmith, BA 82, FTMBA 86; Senior Fellow and Lecturer:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/markcoopersmith

John Danner, MPH and MAEd 75, JD 76; Senior Fellow and Lecturer:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/johndanner1

Questions?: contact Bruce Meibos, bmeibos@sbcglobal.net

Have questions about The Other F Word: Failure and How Successful Leaders Put It to Work? Contact East Bay Chapter, Berkeley-Haas Alumni Network