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Dean Sally Blount '92 led the Brave Leader panel at Reunion 2014, bringing together alumni and faculty to share business lessons.

Reunion 2014

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Leaders from Harley-Davidson, ClearStory Data and Kellogg shared insights at Reunion 2014


One of the highlights of Kellogg's record-breaking Reunion 2014 was the Brave Leader panel.

Kellogg Dean Sally Blount '92 led the panel of prominent alumni and faculty in front of a full house at Jacobs Center.

Clinical Professor Harry Kraemer '79, Professor Gad Allon, ClearStory Data CEO Sharmila Mulligan '94 and Harley-Davidson President and COO Matt Levatich '94 shared the business and life lessons they learned at Kellogg and in their careers post-graduation.

Here are a few moments from the packed event.


"What keeps you up at night?"

Blount asked the panel what keeps them up at night in regards to growth and scaling.





"Do people get to bring it?"

Levatich talks about collaborative work environments.





"Everything was great yesterday"

Allon talks about the dangers of past success.





"Who relates to this?"

Mulligan fields an audience question on the speed of change.





"Leadership has nothing to do with titles"

Kraemer explains how humility and values can help CEOs bring the best out of their people.