Literary Salon on Tolstoy's "How Much Land Does a Man Need?"
Come get a taste of Kellogg's current course offerings by joining us for a literary salon led by Brooke Vuckovic, Clinical Professor of Leadership at the Kellogg School of Management. Brooke's MBA students have awarded her the Faculty Impact Award multiple times for her outstanding contributions in the classroom. In addition, she has been a Nota Bene Speaker for Kellogg's MBA graduation week and has been nominated for the L.G. Lavengood Outstanding Professor of the Year for the past two years.
KFN's literary salon is a chance for us to connect in a different way. This special evening gathering is based on Brooke's class The Moral Leader: Exploring Complexity through Literature, which uses fiction to examine and prepare for the morally and ethically complex issues we face as leaders.
Once you register, you'll be sent a link to Tolstoy's short story in advance, along with some discussion questions. During the salon, you'll split into small peer-facilitated groups to discuss what you've read, and then we'll reconvene as a group and review our learning together.
Join us to enjoy a great discussion and a (BYOB) glass of wine with your fellow alums.
Brooke Olson Vuckovic is a Clinical Professor of Leadership at the Kellogg School of Management, where she teaches in the full-time and executive MBA programs on a wide variety of leadership topics including the Moral Complexities of Leadership. Brooke takes great pride in receiving the Faculty Impact Award for multiple years from her MBA students for her outstanding contributions in the classroom. In addition to her teaching, Brooke is the Academic Director for “Leading the Family Enterprise,” and the faculty director of coaching for Zell Fellows, Kellogg’s highly selective venture accelerator program.
Outside of Kellogg, Brooke has provided highly-personalized support to top-level executives as an executive coach for nearly two decades. Her work focuses on helping executives define their purpose and presence as leaders, stretching them to become more focused, non-reactive and clear on who they are, where they're going, why they lead and what the circumstances they face demand of them.