From program chair Lisa J. Rosenthal, MD, FACLP
Grant of up to $100 towards following year’s annual meeting for all attendees
Registration is open later this month for the virtual CLP 2021.
You can take advantage of the early-bird rate.
All rates have been held at the same level as for the 2020 virtual annual meeting. But this year, all those who are registered at the time of the meeting on November 10-12 will automatically be entitled to a grant of up to $100 towards their registration for the 2022 annual meeting scheduled in person in Atlanta, Georgia.
(The grant is non-transferable, cannot be combined with other offers, and has no value without CLP 2022 registration.)
This year’s annual meeting has the theme Advancing Knowledge, Developing Careers, Strengthening Community.
Connecting our souls to our roles
Our first plenary speaker will be connecting our souls to our roles—so that our daily work and life’s work can more fully align.
In an inspiring keynote presentation entitled Leading with Purpose, Dr. Nicholas Pearce will say that in times of significant disruption we are forced not just to evaluate what we do and how, but to reckon with why we exist—our purpose.
“In addition to the profound losses brought about by the global COVID-19 pandemic has also come a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reset and refocus,” he says.
And he adds: “In the midst of an unprecedented public health pandemic, the well-being of clinicians can easily seem secondary to the service they offer to their communities.”
Dr. Pearce will address the C- L Psychiatry community about the importance of leading with purpose and how to intentionally thrive in disruption. His presentation is designed to be an oasis of inspiration for those who serve.
A scholar, entrepreneur, and pastor, Dr. Pearce is an award-winning clinical professor of management and organizations at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management; the founder and CEO of The Vocati Group, a boutique global management consultancy; and assistant pastor of Chicago’s historic Apostolic Church of God. He wrote the best-selling book, The Purpose Path: A Guide to Pursuing Your Authentic Life’s Work.
An internationally recognized expert on the practice of values-driven leadership in organizations, Dr. Pearce has served as a trusted adviser, executive coach, and keynote speaker for leading organizations on six continents.
He holds four academic degrees, including an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering from MIT and graduate degrees in theology and organizational behavior from Fuller Theological Seminary and Northwestern University. He and his work have been spotlighted by ABC, CBS, and NBC News, CNN, NPR, and The Wall Street Journal, among global outlets.
In recognition of his impact in the academy, marketplace, and community, he has been named a Fellow of Leadership Greater Chicago and one of Chicago’s 40 Game Changers under 40.