WWU to host ‘Corey Ciocchetti: Chasing Authentic Success’

William Woods University will host motivational speaker,
Corey Ciocchetti as part of the President’s Concert
and Lecture Series.

The talk, which is free and open to the public, is
scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19, in Cutlip Auditorium of the McNutt
Campus Center.

Ciocchetti is an assistant professor of business ethics and legal
studies in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver and
author of the book “Real Rabbits: Chasing an Authentic Life.”  He speaks on college campuses across the
country every year on what it means to chase “authentic success.”
 
He
firmly believes in the values associated with finding happiness in one’s
personal and professional life, and warns students of the dangers of becoming
focused on the outward signs of success, like a large paycheck, fame and
notoriety.
 
With a unique ability to relate his subject matter to
students, Ciocchetti gives audiences a clearer view of what it means to gain
character, define their priorities and live an ethical life.

He hopes William
Woods students, like so many others before them, will leave “Chasing Authentic
Success” with a better idea of the things that are most important to them, and
a strategy for achieving those things.

 
Brenda
Foster, chair of
concert-lecture committee, said, “We
expect that Corey Ciocchetti will also touch on personal leadership and offer
ideas for achieving success and happiness in one’s personal goals. We believe
these are excellent topics and suggestions for everyone to consider in their
current and future endeavors.”
 
The annual President’s Concert and Lecture Series
brings top speakers and entertainment to campus for the enjoyment of students
and the community. For more information, contact Foster at brenda.foster@williamwoods.edu.