Newly-launched Jackson Lecture Series has leadership focus

Photo of some of the key organizers of the Jackson Lecture Series. From left to right: Cutlines: 5281: Michael White, Dean of Applied Management; Richard Thomson, Assistant Provost; Board of Trustees Past Chair Ted Ferrara, ’77 Refrigeration; Dr. Bruce Jackson, CEO of The Institute of Applied Human Excellence; and President Rich Wagner

L-R: Michael White, Dean of Applied Management; Richard Thomson, Assistant Provost; Board of Trustees Past Chair Ted Ferrara, ’77 Refrigeration; Dr. Bruce Jackson, CEO of The Institute of Applied Human Excellence; and President Rich Wagner

More than 50 alumni, students, faculty and friends attended the first ever C. Charles Jackson Leadership Lecture Series on Thursday, Feb. 5 at Dunwoody College of Technology. The event featured Dr. Bruce Jackson, a talented speaker and expert in Leadership and Human Performance. Dr. Jackson kicked off the lecture series by providing a framework for leadership at any level of the organization.

Dr. Jackson serves as the CEO of The Institute of Applied Human Excellence, a training firm dedicated to helping individuals, teams and organizations achieve peak performance. He is also the Executive Director of the C. Charles Jackson Foundation.

The Jackson Leadership Lecture Series features prominent speakers on leadership topics and is being offered the first Thursday of every month. The next event will take place at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 5, at Dunwoody College of Technology, 818 Dunwoody Boulevard, Minneapolis.