Lessons in Leadership

The Lessons in Leadership virtual series will offer emerging leaders from business, government, and civic organizations the opportunity to hear from experienced leaders about their leadership journey. Speakers will offer insight on overcoming challenges, maximizing opportunities, and more.

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Najah Bazzy


Najah Bazzy
, founder and chief executive officer of Zaman International, joined the Chamber to discuss her unique leadership journey from leaving a six-figure salary as a nurse to creating a global nonprofit committed to empowering women to overcome extreme poverty. During the conversation, she explored the importance of prioritizing who and what matters most to fulfilling your mission, as told through her experience building an organization around the transformative power of hope.

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Peter Quigley

Peter Quigley, president and chief executive officer of Kelly, joined the Detroit Regional Chamber to discuss how individuals can lead at all levels of an organization with increased awareness of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The long-lasting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of sustaining a healthy work environment to allow employees and businesses to thrive was also covered.

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Maj. Gen. Ross Coffman

Maj. Gen. Ross Coffman, director of Next Generation Combat Vehicles, Cross Functional Team for the Detroit Arsenal, joined the Chamber to share lessons learned throughout his career as a leader in the U.S. Army including what impacts effective leadership, the importance of a human connection, team collaboration, and demonstrating care to enable collective success.

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Dug Song

Dug Song, chief strategy officer for Cisco Secure and co-founder of Duo Security, joined the Chamber to discuss his perspective on leading in a technology-forward world, and share lessons learned throughout his journey from entrepreneur to corporate success.

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