As we write this in mid-November, 2017, we have just returned from the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) Asian conference, co-sponsored by AHRD-India, in Ahmedabad, India. We were approaching the end of the Diwali celebration, a Hindu festival commemorating the victory of good over evil through enlightenment.
Congratulations to our new inductees and Leaders in the Field. Below is a recording of the evenings events. This video is only available to Cabrini faculty, staff, and students https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/84cafca6-b8c1-4a8c-8fed-c036138f4dd2
Please join us for this virtual celebration! Leadership Colloquia & Omicron Delta Kappa Induction Ceremony March 18th, 5pm Zoom Link: https://cabrini-edu.zoom.us/j/5823878693 Join us for a celebration of NLI’s Leaders in the Field and the annual induction of members into Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society
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