virtual event; open to all mentees and mentors | required for Lead 360, Career 360, and College 360 participants
Join us for conversation and Q&A with Alex Budak, author of Becoming a Changemaker, where we will discuss the traits the most successful changemakers have in common. We will review concepts like Micro-leadership to show how each of us can lead from where we are, and principles like “Confidence without Attitude,” “Question the Status Quo,” and “Beyond Yourself” to provide a framework for stepping into our own unique changemaker potential.
These insights will help in developing the mindsets and leadership skills needed to navigate, shape, and lead change and to make a positive impact in our lives, career, and communities.
Alex Budak is a UC Berkeley faculty member, social entrepreneur, author, and speaker. At UC Berkeley, Budak teaches his wildly-popular course “Becoming a Changemaker,” directs the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program, and teaches in Berkeley Executive Education programs. Budak co-founded StartSomeGood, which has helped over 1,200 changemakers in over 50 countries raise millions of dollars to launch and scale new change initiatives. His book, Becoming a Changemaker, has been endorsed by Nobel Prize winners, Olympic athletes, and most meaningful of all—his former students. He is a graduate of UCLA and Georgetown University.
all mentees and all mentors