Webinar: The Management Lessons of St. Josemaría Escrivá
Il 12 novembre 2020 si è svolto un webinar intitolato The Management Lessons of St. Josemaría Escrivá, sviluppato in collaborazione con il Global Institute of Church Management. Questo webinar è parte della serie Building a Transparent & Accountable Church. Il webinar si è tenuto in inglese.
Il webinar ha approfondito le lezioni di leadership e di management lasciate da san Josemaría Escrivá tramite i suoi scritti e le sue catechesi, a partire da uno dei suoi principali insegnamenti: che si può trovare Dio nella vita quotidiana.
Ospiti del webinar:
Regional Manager, East Asian Educational Association
Regional Manager at East Asian Educational Association, a charity organization based in Hong Kong dedicated to the educational cause in the South East Asia region, Pablo Elton was a member of the General Council of Opus Dei from 1998 to 2010. He received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Universidad Católica de Chile in Santiago in 1983.
M. Sharon Hefferan
Executive Director, Yuma Center
M. Sharon Hefferan is Executive Director at Yuma Center in Washington, D.C., a leader in providing professional perspective to women of all ages. Hefferan previously worked in Chicago as the Executive Director of Metro Achievement Center, an educational program serving at-risk youth. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Economics and Spanish from Georgetown University and an MBA from Iona College. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Midtown Educational Foundation in Chicago and for the Youth Leadership Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Federico B. Riera-Marsa
President, Clover Foundation
Federico B. Riera-Marsa holds an MBA from ESADE Business School and a degree in Management from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Mr. Riera-Marsa has devoted most of his life to not-for-profit institutions in Italy and in the United States. He is the President of Clover Foundation and a board member of other corporations. Mr. Riera-Marsa also collaborates with IESE Business School in New York City. He is a former member of the General Council of Opus Dei.
You may watch the video of the webinar here: