What does it mean to be a Leader? There are many definitions of a leader and many qualities of a good leader. Professor Ruchin Kansal believes there are three qualities of a goof leader. At the Nov 11th meeting. Prof. Kansal will discuss The 3 P’s of Leadership: Privilege, Purpose and Passion. In an interactive presentation Prof Kansal will discuss how his practical experiences and research helped him develop each of The 3 P’s and how they fit together into a unifed view of Leadership.
About our Speaker
Professor Ruchin Kansal leads the Business Leadership Center at the Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University, ranked #1 undergraduate leadership development program 5 years in a row.
Professor Kansal went from being an architect to a management consultant with EY & Deloitte to building the first Business Innovation & Transformation unit at Boehringer Ingelheim to Senior Vice President and global head of Digital Strategy at Siemens Healthineers. Along the journey, he has gained global experience across North America, Europe, and Asia.
He is the co-author of “Redefining Innovation: Embracing the 80-80 Rule to Ignite Growth in the Biopharmaceutical Industry;” Co-Editor of In The Lead; Lead Researcher of Future of Leadership Survey; and a host of 30 minutes on Comcast Channel 23 Danbury. He is also the Project Director of The 5th Industrial Revolution – a graduate level course and a narrative project exploring the intersection of human existence, health technology and space.
He was invited to the Obama White House to share best practices for engaging patients in research in support of the Presidential Precision Medicine initiative. He served as a board member for Stanford Medicine X (2014-17). He was recognized with the Top 40 Healthcare Transformers Award by Medical, Marketing & Media in 2016, and Boehringer Ingelheim President’s Award for developing the company’s first Patient Engagement Strategy.
With a passion to develop future leaders, Professor Kansal founded Kansal & Company that coaches leaders and companies to lead with purpose and with courage. Further, he advises Consumer, Tech and other non-Health companies looking to enter and operate in the healthcare market.