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Leadership expert Maria Wynne, the chief executive officer of Leadership Greater Chicago and former CEO of the Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana, will shed insight on how leaders can be successful in the business environment of tomorrow at the Indiana University Northwest School of Business and Economics 2018 Business Speakers Series Luncheon.

Lunch starts at 11:30 a.m. at Avalon Manor, 3550 East U.S. 30 in Hobart, with doors opening at 11 a.m. for networking.

"Wynne’s address, entitled "Leadership: Future Forecast,” will focus on what leaders need to do in order to be successful in tomorrow’s business environment.

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Wynne, who's worked as a sales vice president for Xerox and a sales general manager for Microsoft, will give a talk entitled "Leadership: Future Forecast."

"Since we can expect the environment to remain uncertain and volatile, Wynne suggests that collaboration across sectors will become the new norm," Indiana University Northwest said in a news release. "She will offer ideas to help answer the questions: How can leaders create nimble, collaborative organizations? What will help them effectively navigate growing complexity? What will be the impact of this new leadership model on business, as well as society?"

To register, go to iun.edu/business-speaker-series or email Jeanie Tucker at jematuck@iun.edu.

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