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  • 1. You’re cordially invited to    “The Art of Leadership   and Being Led” A free Gongaware Center Leadership Series event    Presented by        March 24, 2009  5:30 to 8 p.m.  ISU’s Hulman Memorial Student Union, Dede III    Featuring    Jack North, CLU, ChFC  Former Senior Executive Vice‐President at State Farm Companies   Jack North had a long career with State Farm and was one of five members of the Office of the Chairman. His successful career led him to start his own business to help companies develop the kind of leadership environment that he fostered on the job for over 25 years. Including his time at State Farm, he has spent nearly 40 successful years in the people business as an executive, teacher and coach. North earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Slippery Rock State University, respectively.  North’s presentation will focus on current leadership trends and topics, such as:  Empowering front‐line leaders   Enabling followers to fully collaborate   Leading as well as managing  Applying top‐notch leadership at the front line  Setting an example of leadership    Please RSVP with your dinner choice   (chicken or vegetarian) by March 16, 2009:    By Calling:  (812) 237‐4373  E‐Mailing:  cburnside@isugw.indstate.edu  Web Reservations:  www.indstate.edu/gongaware/jacknorth    Seating is limited. Reservations will be accepted on a first‐come basis.