Change the World

Program Title: How Can You Change the World

Presenter: Medard Gabel

Length: 45 minutes - 1 hour

Availability: By Request

About the Program:
This program addresses many compelling questions including: What are the seven ways you can change the world? How does nature change? How do human beings bring about change? Can you change the world? How? What are examples of people who have changed the world, and how did they do it? How have scientists changed the world? Business people? Political leaders? Religions leaders? Individuals? Students? What can you do, starting now?

About Presenter:
Medard Gabel has designed and delivered exciting, involving and interactive programs around the world for GM, IBM, Motorola and over thirty other Fortune 100 companies, as well as the UN, World Bank, U.S. Congress and other governments. He is the author of six highly praised books on global affairs, energy, food, and corporate enterprise. Mr. Gabel is CEO of BigPictureSmallWorld, a company that develops and delivers high impact educational programs on critical topics for event planners, corporations and organizations around the world. His other company, BigPicture Consulting, helps corporations meet real world needs in emerging markets in profitable ways.

To Book this, or any GEM program, please email cusimano@chc.edu or call 215-248-1150

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