Future Leaders and Global Business Values

The IBM Worldwide Student Survey

With Christopher Adkins, Ragna Bell, Michael Holland, Jason Mangone, Ellen McGrath

Monday, June 14, 2010 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM

CREDIT: Wesley Fryer (CC).
Workshops for Ethics in Business
Carnegie New Leaders


How do the views of today's students and CEOs differ with regard to business and leadership on a shared planet? According to the IBM Student Study, a new global survey of more than 3,600 university and graduate students across more than 40 countries, tomorrow's leaders will carry a transformative ethos to the organizations where they work and with which they engage.

Students' perceptions have been profoundly shaped by the digital and interconnected world of their school years. Their online connections have been social, educational, and global. What is the impact of those experiences? Given the world they inherited from previous generations, what do today's students believe about the role of public and private organizations? Most importantly, when they become leaders themselves, what will they do differently than previous generations? Analysis of the survey has indicated some distinct areas of difference.

Finally, what are the steps that today’s leaders need to take to prepare and encourage students to act on their transformative views? IBM has engaged with the Council's Carnegie New Leaders and the Workshops for Ethics in Business program to understand these emerging perspectives. Please join us—be part of the discussion and help to prepare the next generation of leadership.

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This luncheon is FREE for Friends Committee Members, Patron Subscribers, and Carnegie New Leaders, $45 for Public Affairs Subscribers, and $65 for non-members. RVSP and payment required in advance.

Seating is limited. Please contact Stefanie Ambrosio at 212-838-4120 or email:

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