Servant Leadership And The 100/0 Principle

Entrepreneurial Roundtable

November 14, 2016: 6:15 PM - 9:00 PM

Inspirational management consultant explains how to overcome barriers in our personal relationships to motivate breakthrough results.


National Louis University
850 Warrenville Rd
Lisle, Illinois

Event Details

Why is counter-intuitive thinking often so powerful? How can taking full responsibility for important relationships while expecting nothing in return be so beneficial? What is the most important choice a leader can make to be truly effective?

Our next outstanding speaker in our quarter-long series of programs commemorating Booth ER's 25th anniversary year, management advisor Al Ritter, will illustrate how everyone can apply some simple but nonetheless profound and paradoxical principles to maximize personal and professional success. Whether you would like to be a better leader, experience closer teamwork, or implement an organizational transformation, you will draw some insights from him that can be immediately useful.


Entrepreneurial Roundtable members, facuty and students of Booth: $15 thru November 9, then $20.

General public: $20 thru November 9, then $25.


Register Online

• No credit cards at the door, only cash and checks.
• Dress is business casual.

Deadline: 11/14/2016

Speaker Profiles

Al Ritter (Speaker)
President, Ritter Consulting Group

As a management consultant, professional speaker, and best-selling author, for over two decades Al has advised thousands of leaders globally on combining the drive for achievement with emotional intelligence for substantial, sustainable results and large scale organizational change. Prior to his current firm, his career included C-and senior-level roles at Accenture, Citigroup, Swift & Co. and PepsiCo. A two-sport college athlete and ongoing competitor in triathlons, Al earned his BA in Economics from U Connecticut and MBA from Dartmouth's Amos Tuck School.


Greg Gocek, '84 

Other Information

Networking and light refreshments from 6:15 - 7 PM

Program starts at 7 PM.