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Leadership Dialogues: Matt Gutman

Monday, April 8, 2024
4:30-5:30 PM
Robertson Auditorium Ross School of Business Map
The Leadership Dialogues speaker series is a fireside chat-style event featuring accomplished industry, political, and non-profit leaders discussing the latest ideas in organizational research and ongoing practice with U-M faculty. Speakers share advice on topics including how to develop leadership skills, lead purpose-driven organizations, and manage crises. All dialogues are free and open to the entire U-M community.

Register today to learn from the experts about skillfully mastering your emotions and becoming an empathetic leader!

Join the Sanger Leadership Center and the Eisenberg Family Depression Center for the latest Leadership Dialogues event, where Matt Gutman, Chief National Correspondent for ABC News and celebrated author, will be interviewed by Ethan Kross, Professor of Psychology and Management and Organizations and Director of the Emotion & Self-Control Laboratory.

Gutman and Kross will share how to skillfully manage your emotions during challenging times—a fundamental requirement for today's leaders. Drawing on Kross's scientific insights and Gutman's real-world experiences, including his empowering journey to master panic attacks, attendees will learn the art of leading with empathy and prioritizing mental health.

Matt Gutman is ABC News’s chief national correspondent. A multi-award winning reporter, Gutman contributes regularly to World News Tonight with David Muir, 20/20, Good Morning America, and Nightline. He has reported from fifty countries across the globe, and has written two books, including No Time to Panic: How I Cured My Anxiety and Conquered a Lifetime of Panic Attacks, which was released in 2023.

Professor Kross is one of the world’s leading experts on emotion regulation and works in the University of Michigan’s Psychology Department and the Ross School of Business. As a director of the Emotion & Self-Control Laboratory and author of the International Bestseller, Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It, Kross is renowned for his research into human emotions and behavior.

Don't miss this enlightening dialogue, where academia meets the frontline of newscasting!

Open to all

April 8, 4:30-5:30 in the Tauber Colloquium. A catered reception will follow.

RSVP Required.
Building: Ross School of Business
Event Type: Presentation
Tags: Discussion, Faculty, Free, Graduate, Leadership, Psychology, Staff, Undergraduate
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Sanger Leadership Center, Eisenberg Family Depression Center, Department of Psychology, ICPSR at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research