@theKansalClunker: Lessons in Life, Work, and Leadership

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Wednesday, May 10, 2023
12:00pm— 1:00pm
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Danna Daughtry - Club Administrator

Career Development Webinar Series

with featured speaker Ruchin Kansal 
Founder, Kansal & Company and Director, Business Leadership Center, Seton Hall University

The world continues to transform around us. While nothing new, the impact on our life and well-being seems to be amplified lately. Whether it is at work, where cycles of transformation and restructuring have accelerated, or in our personal lives, which have been so greatly impacted by the pandemic and its aftermath. As a result, burnout, mental health issues, and personal well-being have become core issues for our society. How then do we find meaning in life and work, and lead others with purpose and passion?

Please join us to learn about @theKansalClunker – a father and son journey of transformation of a car and their drive from Weston, CT to Mt. Evans, CO, and the lessons learned that are relevant to life, work, and leadership. Topics to be addressed include:

  • The 80-80 Rule
  • The Power of Reinvention and Transformation
  • Self-Awareness and Mindfulness
  • The 3 Ps of Life, Work, & Leadership: Privilege, Purpose, and Passion


Ruchin Kansal

Ruchin Kansal combines his business acumen, deep industry knowledge, and executive coaching skillset to transform specialists into special leaders. He is the Director of the Business Leadership Center at Seton Hall University’s Stillman School of Business and faculty in the Department of Management. He founded Kansal & Co to help companies achieve their vision, win the future, and build a better society through purposeful leadership development.

Previously, Ruchin was Senior Vice President and Global Head of Strategy for Digital Services at Siemens Healthineers. Prior to that, he established and led the first Business Innovation & Transformation department at Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc., where he focused on cross-sector customer partnerships, digital health, and patient centricity. He also spent 12 years at Deloitte and Capgemini/Ernst & Young, focused on growth strategy, business and product launch, transformation, and post-merger integration.

Ruchin is the co-author of Redefining Innovation: Embracing The 80-80 Rule to Ignite Growth in the Biopharmaceutical Industry, editor of In the Lead, and primary investigator of the Future of Leadership Survey. He teaches a course on radical innovation titled The 5th Industrial Revolution. Ruchin is also the host of “30 Minutes,” a monthly TV talk show in Connecticut.


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