The Keller Center at Princeton University kicks off December with a pair of events for entrepreneurs.
Keller will host “Achieving the Entrepreneurial Dream: The Six Steps to Effective Negotiations,” featuring Adam Galinsky on Thursday, December 1, at 7 p.m. at Friend Center. Galinsky, who received his bachelor’s in psychology from Harvard and his Ph.D. in social psychology from Princeton University in 1999, will be the first speaker in the Keller Center series “The Power of E: Advancing the Boundaries of Entrepreneurship.” The series aims to promote cross-disciplinary and undergraduate/graduate dialogue on social issues through an entrepreneurial lens.
Galinsky, a professor of ethics and management at Northwestern, has consulted with and conducted executive workshops for Unilever, Abbott, the FBI, Hearst Publishing Company, Land O’ Lakes, Manpower, the Young President’s Organization, The Ministry of Finance of Thailand, and Ronald McDonald House, among others
On Wednesday, December 7, Keller Center will host “Women in Entrepreneurship,” a panel discussion led by Kef Kasdin, a general partner at Battelle Ventures, based at 103 Carnegie Center. The event, held at Bowen Hall, begins at 5 p.m.
Panelists, all businesswomen at various stages in their careers, will share experiences on entrepreneurship. Both events are free and open to the public. Contact Stephanie Landers at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-258-3979.