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Business Over Breakfast Webinar Series with Emory Executive Education
Grab your morning coffee and join us each Thursday morning from 9-10 a.m. ET for Business over Breakfast with Emory Executive Education ─ a free webinar series, where Goizueta Business School faculty address the latest trends and current issues in business. 

Harnessing Collaboration to Reduce Social Class Inequality in the Workplace, Andrea Dittmann (December 3)
Effective collaboration is more important to organizations than ever before. In this session, you will learn how organizations can shift their cultures to authentically value working together, which can help all employees perform to their full potential on teams – particularly employees who grew up working class.

The Growth Leader's Playbook, Francisco Crespo, Goizueta Executive-in-Residence, former Chief Growth Officer - Coca-Cola Company (December 10)
Every Leader needs a playbook. Join former Chief Growth Officer Francisco Crespo as he shares his four disciplines of growth and the tools leaders have to navigate the challenges encountered when executing these disciplines.

COVID Happened. Now what?, Rohit Verma, CEO - Crawford & Co. (December 17)
COVID has disrupted nearly every thing about our work and lives. Join us as CEO Rohit Verma explores no-regret moves businesses can make as they work on economic recovery post COVID.

Be sure to check back as we add additional dates and topics.
Dec 3, 2020 09:00 AM
Dec 10, 2020 09:00 AM
Dec 17, 2020 09:00 AM
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Speakers

Andrea Dittmann
Assistant Professor of Organization & Management @Goizueta Business School, Emory University
Andrea G. Dittmann completed her PhD in management & organizations at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in 2020. Andrea’s primary research focus is on how the social contexts in which people grow up continue to shape the obstacles and strengths that they face in professional workplaces. Her work has been published in top academic outlets, including the Journal of Personality & Social Psychology and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Most recently, she has been investigating how the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic has affected people from lower (vs. higher) social class contexts differently across a number of important life domains, including work, social relationships and mental health.