Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Chicago

June 27, 2018: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join us for a discussion with Jude Rake (Booth alumnus) regarding his book The Bridge to Growth: How Servant Leaders Achieve Better Results and Why It Matters Now More Than Ever


Gleacher Center Room 204
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, Illinois

Event Details

Strategy and execution are important, but too often the importance of people and culture are undervalued when planning strategy and executing plans. Jude Rake believes this is why so many recent studies have revealed alarmingly low engagement levels at many companies where workers don't know how their efforts connect to their company's goals. Further, the increasing influence of women in business and the attitudes of the millennial generation are fueling a workforce that expects more emotionally intelligent leaders who understand that fully engaged workers deliver better results. The leadership bar is being raised and Jude will discuss how you and your team can stay ahead of the curve.



Includes discussion, signed book (The Bridge to Growth: How Servant Leaders Achieve Better Results and Why It Matters Now More Than Ever), and light appetizers.


Register Online

Deadline: 6/26/2018

Speaker Profiles

Jude Rake (Speaker) '86
Founder, JDR Growth Partners

Speaker Profile:
Jude Rake is a Booth alumni and the founding principal of JDR Growth Partners, a consulting firm he launched to help business owners, corporate boards, chief executives and their leadership teams achieve improved results and sustainable growth.

Before founding JDR, Jude served in multiple C-level roles including CEO for eleven years. In each of these roles he built and led successful leadership teams that fueled significant improvements in workforce engagement, collaboration, accountability and results. He has been recognized for leadership, creativity and marketing excellence including Clio, Mobius, and Effie awards, and he received the Burnham award for innovation. He also was named a Top 100 Marketer twice by Advertising Age.


Nicole Yelsey