New Leader Summit Explores Growth of Conscious, Compassionate Leadership

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LinkedIn and Wisdom 2.0 partner on innovative gathering exploring new a paradigm

It’s time to envision the new leader. It’s not about the person who knows the answers all the time, but the person who can ask the right questions and harness group wisdom.

At the New Leader Summit on May 3rd and 4th in Mountainview, California, the conversations will focus on a new paradigm in leadership. An intimate gathering of 300 - 400 leaders and executives from across the world, the summit will explore the new wave in managing and supporting teams and organizations.

By practicing self awareness, cultivating group intelligence, and leading with wisdom and compassion, the new leader is changing how business is done in the 21st century. “It’s time to envision the new leader,” says Wisdom 2.0 founder Soren Gordhamer. “It’s not about the person who knows the answers all the time, but the person who can ask the right questions and harness group wisdom.”

Wisdom 2.0, which holds its annual conference in San Francisco and produces the Mindfulness in America summit in New York City, is happy to partner with LinkedIn for this new and critical conversation. Hosted at the Computer History Museum, the summit opens on May 3rd with a reception in the museum gallery, followed by an all-day conference on the 4th with talks, panels, and interviews.

Sessions range from The Art of Compassionate Management to Hiring and Firing with Clarity, creating a day in which business leaders and executives can work to hone their values and skills as practitioners of a new, effective kind of leadership.

Speakers include Google's Vice President of People, Karen May; Gusto CEO Joshua Reeves; Chip Conley, author of Wisdom at Work; and more. There will also be a special keynote on compassion management with LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, one of Glassdoor’s highest-rated CEOs. "I'm excited to be a part of this gathering of business leaders committed to conscious, innovative, and compassionate leadership,” says Weiner.

For more information, visit http://www.newleadersummit.com

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