Leadership Research Group, ASC, American Councils and Collegium Civitas invite you to a lecture by Prof. Sam Potolicchio, Georgetown University “Forecasting & Prediction – Necessary Skills for the 21st Century Leadership”.

June 16, 2023
4:30 pm

 Palace of Culture, Collegium Civitas, 12th floor, Aula A

Prof. Sam Potolicchio was named one of “America’s Best Professors” by the Princeton Review, the Future Leader of American Higher Education by the Association of Colleges and Universities and was also profiled in a cover story on his leadership curriculum by Newsweek Japan as the “Best Professor in America”. Potolicchio is the Founding Executive Director of American Councils For International Education’s Center for Global Leadership and President of the Preparing Global Leaders Forum.

Prof. Potolicchio also teaches in Executive Education EMBA programs at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown and at the Mannheim Business School (Germany). He is a visiting lecturer at University of Bologna (Italy) and teaches two classes (US Political Systems and Preparing to Be President) to Georgetown University undergraduates.

He is a columnist for Newsweek Japan, a Distinguished Global Scholar at the Canterbury School of Fort Myers, and the lecturer on Leadership at the Library of Congress for COIL, an international leadership program of the United States Congress.

Prof. Potolicchio  has delivered lectures in over 85 countries, from Oxford, LSE, Cambridge and Yale to Iraq’s Komar University and Donetsk State University. As a middle-school basketball coach he led his Little Hoyas to 6 league titles and previously served as a 5th grade Latin teacher, public high school teacher of Law and History and secondary school admissions officer. 

Please register for the event by June 09 by filling the form at the link: https://forms.office.com/r/MR8DjFJZeB. The number of places is limited.

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