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MasterMind Business and Leadership Class

WKU President Gary Ransdell, along with Dr. Tony Norman and Dr. Bob Hatfield of the Gordon Ford College of Business, believes there is a unique opportunity for you to present research and gain new insights on the confluence of leadership, business, and neuroscience at the WKU MasterMind Business and Leadership Master Class, April 11th, 2014 at Knicely Conference Center beginning at 2 pm.

Speakers include two international business leaders from the Netherlands whose topics focus on game theory, leadership, management and decision-making; GFCB Finance Executive-in-Residence, Andrew Head, and author Lars Bo Hansen whose topics will focus on winning the strategy game in leadership.

One of WKU's own educational leadership doctoral students, Samuel Hunt, will start off the afternoon at 3 pm, presenting how neuroscience is changing present and future processes about how we perform as leaders and educators, including the 4 health's of (r)evolutionary leadership and practical tips to bring out your inner genius.

Additionally, there will be a poster presentation from 2-2:45 to begin the event. The audience will be a mix of WKU students as well as business leaders and the general public. The registration fee includes dinner, a complimentary copy of the bestselling book "The Alternative Answer" by Bob Rice, certificate from Gordon Ford College of Business & WKU Educational Leadership Doctoral Program, the opportunity to present research, networking, and cutting edge information that will advance your professional growth as a leader.

Students should contact Dr. Bob Hatfield concerning their interest in attending.

For more information visit: http://www.hilltopperchess.net/#!__masterclass

To register online visit: http://wkumasterclass.eventbee.com

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"One good idea pays the price of the ticket." -- Dr. Paul Barrett, Dean, College of Business and Economics at Longwood University.

"The WKU MasterMind Master Class opens one's mind to the confluence of game theory, leadership, management, and decision-making all in one setting. It is a recommended investment for all, from high school to college age and beyond." ~Zeambo W. Dahnweih, Western Kentucky University

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