Three decades ago, at the age of 32 and despite his considerable ambivalence, Tony Schwartz made a life-changing decision to write the “The Art of the Deal” with Donald Trump. It was a choice with ramifications that he could never have imagined — for himself and, arguably, for the world.
At the time, the experience of working with Trump influenced Tony to turn his life in a wholly different direction. Until then, he had been a journalist. For the nearly three decades since The Art of the Deal, Tony’s work has focused on the invisible internal barriers that prevent individuals and organizations from performing at their best. The Energy Project, which Tony founded in 2003, works with large organizations such as Google, the U.S. Airforce, 3M, the Los Angeles Police Department, Goldman Sachs and Save the Children — to create more human and humane workplaces.
Tony’s talk will focus on the unusual journey he’s taken and the lessons he’s learned along the way.
Date: Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Time: 6:15 PM – 8:15 PM
Venue: CohnResnick, 1301 6th Avenue, New York, NY 10019 (between 52nd and 53rd Streets)
$20 – Member / Member Guests
$50 – Non-Member
FREE – Patron Members (Please email email@example.com)
Please note that no refunds will be given
Please register by 3 p.m. on Monday, June 18, 2018. No refunds will be issued. This event is off-the-record.
Tony Schwartz is the CEO and founder of The Energy Project, a consulting firm that helps individuals and organizations solve intractable problems and add more value in the world by widening their world view.
Tony is considered one of the world’s thought leaders around sustainable high performance and building more human workplaces. He began his career as a journalist and has been a reporter for the New York Times, a writer for Newsweek, and a contributor to publications such as New York, Esquire, Vanity Fair, and Fast Company.
Since founding The Energy Project in 2003, Tony has written extensively for the Harvard Business Review. He has also written the Life@Work column in the New York Times, and three of the most popular articles in the Times during the past several years:
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