CEO Summit Series: 2020–2021
This is the year to come see what everyone is talking about! This year our CEO Summit is going virtual with our expanded CEO Summit Series: 2020–2021. We kick off with a two-part seminar (September 24 and October 1) when renowned corporate strategist David Morey returns to share his insights in Navigating Chaos, diving into what it means to explore new challenges, reframe the conversation and effectively lead when CEOs’ jobs are “new every day.” Then, on November 10, we will be joined by Dr. Garth Graham, Vice President, Chief Community Health Officer, CVS Health, and others for Smart Allies, an inside look at some of the most innovative partnerships in the health and human services sector.
January brings us Carolyn Cawley, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, and Kathie Bender Schwich, Chief Spiritual Officer at Advocate Aurora Health, who will lead a two-part seminar on the broader trends of the Workforce and workforce recovery. And in February, David Morey returns to lead our dynamic Future Forward seminar, where Advocate Aurora Health President and CEO Jim Skogsbergh and others will share their visions for 2022 and beyond.
Strength & Service Series
In June 2020, Lutheran Services in America launched the Strength & Service Series, an ongoing, interactive, virtual gathering of the best minds in our space, laser-focused on examining and tackling the unintended consequences and uncertainties in today’s climate. Don't miss our next webinar session.
Upcoming Series Webinars
- Oct. 20, 1–2 p.m. EDT: Becoming an Antiracist Organization
- Oct. 29, 1–2 p.m. EDT: Engagement Technology — What Happens When You Pair Technology and Creative Leadership
An Appeal to Our Shared Humanity
As people of faith, we pray and speak for hope, healing, justice, and peace and our shared humanity. As Lutheran social ministry organizations, we have a shared mission and set of values that recognize the dignity and worth of all people. Our commitment to honor the “whole person” and their needs with dignity and respect is deeply embedded in the DNA of the work we do across the country and through our work we strive for all people to reach their potential. Because when people reach their potential, our communities and our nation are stronger.
As we work to help heal our country, I wanted to lift up the voices of Lutheran social ministry from across the country.