AOA Regional Leadership Meetings: Los Angeles

AOA Regional Leadership Meetings: Los Angeles
AOA Members and Emerging Leaders are invited to attend this leadership education and networking event on September 28, 2017 in Los Angeles. EVCDS
This event meets your AOA Membership requirement for Meeting Attendance.

Please Note: Register by September 8, 2017 to receive early bird registration costs. Prices to attend increase on September 9, 2017.

Who Can Attend:
  • AOA Members
  • Emerging Leaders - Apply to be an Emerging Leader

AGENDA ITEMS:

  •  Networking Reception

  • Welcome
    • Event Chairs: Harlan C. Amstutz, MD, FAOA, Joint Replacement Institute; Francis J. Hornicek, Jr. PhD, MD, FAOA, UCLA; Jay R. Lieberman, MD, FAOA, University of Southern California; Vern T. Tolo, MD, FAOA, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
    • Event Co-Hosts: Earl Brien, MD, FAOA, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center; Jeffrey C. Wang, MD, FAOA, USC Spine Center

  • Featured Speaker: Morgan McCall, PhD, Professor Emeritus at University of Southern California Marshall School
    Dinner is served while attendees enjoy a leadership presentation.

  • Conclusion

About Morgan McCall, PhD

Morgan McCall, PhD is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Southern California (USC). As a faculty member in the Marshall School of Business, he taught in the MBA programs, worked with the Office of Executive Education in the design and delivery of executive programs, taught in the International Business Education and Research (IBEAR) program, and was (and is) affiliated with the Center for Effective Organizations. He spent a sabbatical year as Director, HR Labs, HR Strategy and Planning, Sun Microsystems.  Prior to joining USC, Dr. McCall was Director of Research and a Senior Behavioral Scientist at the Center for Creative Leadership, where he led the development of the Looking Glass simulation and the creation of the Research Sponsors Program that supported his research on experience-driven leadership development.

Executive leadership, especially early identification, assessment, development, and derailment of executives, is the primary focus of Dr. McCall's research and writing. His most recent book, co-edited with Cynthia McCauley, is Using Experience to Develop Leadership Talent:  How Organizations Leverage On-The-Job Development. Two earlier books, Developing Global Executives, (with George Hollenbeck), and Advances in Global Leadership, Volume 2 (co-edited with William Mobley), extended his work to the international stage.  He also authored wrote High Flyers: Developing the Next Generation of Leaders, and co-authored The Lessons of Experience, a book on how executives develop, which won the "New Perspectives on Executive Leadership Award" and was a MacMillan Book Club and "Fast Track" selection.  Other co-authored works include Whatever it Takes:  The Realities of Managerial Decision Making, Leadership:  Where Else can We Go?, and Key Events in Executives' Lives. He received the Marion Gislason award for “Leadership in Executive Development” from the Executive Development Roundtable at Boston University, and was chosen by his peers for the Distinguished Professional Contributions Award from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

An active speaker and consultant, Dr. McCall has worked with a variety of organizations including 3M, Boeing, Disney, Eaton, Genentech, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Nordstrom, Procter & Gamble, Starbucks, State Farm, Toyota, and Weyerhaeuser.  Recently he has worked with several medical organizations, including Cambia Health Solutions, California Physician Leadership Program, District Medical Group (Phoenix), Association of Program Directors in Colon and Rectal Surgery, and Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Keck School of Medicine of USC. In addition to presentations and workshops, he works with senior executives to develop corporate strategies and systems for developing leadership talent.  

Dr. McCall received his BS from Yale University and earned his PhD from Cornell. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Society, the American Psychological Association, and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 

About the Jonathan Club

Jonathan Club is a private social club with a rich and progressive history. You can learn more here.

Dress Code:

With the exception of a few areas of the Town Club, the minimum attire required at all times is Business Casual.

Men
  • Collared shirt, tucked in (includes polo shirts)
  • Turtleneck and mock turtleneck (if worn with a collared dress sport jacket)
  • Slacks or khakis
  • Closed-toe leather dress shoes or deck shoes
Women
    • Dress, blouse, sweater or top, skirt, pantsuit or slacks
    • Dress shoes (including open- or closed-toe, mules, loafer and dressy sandals)

    Parking:

    • Valet only-- $12.00

    Questions: Contact Katherine Yanney; yanney@aoassn.org

    When
    9/28/2017 7:00 PM - 9/28/2017 10:00 PM
    Where
    The Jonathan Club
    545 South Figueroa Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90071 United States

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