Learn about leadership through hard times

The Montana State University Leadership Institute will host a free leadership topics lunch titled "Leadership Through Turmoil," noon to 1 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 17, in the Strand Union Building room 235.

This discussion is intended to provide the public with the tools needed to strategically prepare for future success while facing challenging times. The Leadership Institute will facilitate a discussion between the audience and an expert panel.

Included in the lineup is Dr. Bill Tietz, former MSU president who will be ready to discuss the hardships faced during his service to MSU, giving insight into the actions and decisions that made his tenure successful.

Bring questions and sack lunch. For more information, contact the Leadership Institute at 994-7275.

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