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Loop Capital co-founder, President and CEO Jim Reynolds '82 shares his leadership lessons with Dean Sally Blount '92 at a Brave Leader Series event on Nov. 8.

Dean Sally Blount '92 and Loop Capital CEO Jim Reynolds '82

Risk and reward

Loop Capital’s Jim Reynolds ’82 shares lessons on taking the leap with Kellogg's Brave Leader Series

By Paul Dailing

11/18/2014 - Jim Reynolds ’82, the co-founder, chairman and CEO of Chicago-based Loop Capital, spoke to a packed house of Kellogg students as part of the Brave Leader Series.

The series brings prominent business leaders to the school’s Evanston campus to share their lessons with Kellogg students.

Reynolds, whom Kellogg honored in May with the 2014 Schaffner Award at this year’s “With Gratitude, Kellogg” awards, shared his lessons on business, life and giving back to the community. The event was part of the school’s annual Black Management Association Conference.

Watch clips from Reynolds’ Nov. 8 talk with Dean Sally Blount ’92 below or watch the entire playlist — and clips from past Brave Leader Series speakers — on Kellogg's YouTube channel.

Reynolds on keeping community in mind

Reynolds on the two types of risk

Reynolds on building coalitions

Reynolds on being the CEO

Reynolds on distraction

Learn more from past Brave Leaders: