John Hope Bryant speaks for Black History Month at Alexander High School in Douglasville, Ga, on CHOICE --- and Making Smart Sexy, and Cool, and Staying in School. Check it out. Share.
Civil Rights legend and HOPE Global Ambassador Ambassador Andrew Young will be joined by Gallup CEO Jim Clifton in a unique conversation on "The Future of Leadership & Jobs." The event, hosted by Operation HOPE, will take place on Wednesday, November 16. This engaging discussion will be held at Casa del Mar 1910 Ocean Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90405, from 6pm-9pm.
Operation HOPE's Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant speaks about Love Leadership in an exclusive interview with The Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour with host Earl Ofari Hutchinson on KTYM 1460 AM Los Angeles.
In an exclusive interview on The Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour on KTYM 1460 AM Radio, Operation HOPE’s Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant will discuss keys to winning leadership in urban communities. The interview will be streamed globally on ktym.com, and on thehutchinsonreportnews.com on Friday, October 7, 9:30AM PST and Saturday, October 8, 7:00 PM.
Operation HOPE is proud and pleased to announce a new $40,000 grant in support of Operation HOPE, Chicago, and Banking on Our Future, Chicago programming. This grant comes from the Alliant Credit Union and the newly announced Alliant Foundation.
In salute to my spiritual father, Reverend D. Cecil "Chip" Murray, Tanzi Chair of Religious Studies at USC, today I spoke before the present class of the Passing the Mantle Program, at the newly launched USC Cecil L. Murray Center for Community Engagement. My brother and friend, Reverend Mark Whitlock, is also involved with the institute, which will soon be named in honor of Rev. Dr. Cecil Murray.
Operation HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant has been shortlisted as among the 25 most influential online thought leaders in the sphere of leadership and human capital by HRExaminer.com, an online publication focused on the people, technology, ideas and careers of senior leaders in Human resources and capital.
Recently I was invited to speak at the Youth International Economic Forum, in St. Petersburg, Russia, looking at Operation HOPE as a global "best practice," but for a number of reasons I was not able to make it there in person.
Last month, Operation HOPE’s Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant delivered a passionate keynote address during a leadership summit at the Kansas City Federal Reserve in which he makes the case for his bold approach to leadership in today's corporate, economic, nonprofit and public environments.
Operation HOPE's Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant delivered the keynote address on April 22 at a leadership summit focused on providing insight into the role of leadership in today’s corporate, economic, nonprofit and public environments.
Celebrating April as Financial Literacy Month and speaking to the principles found in his business bestselling book LOVE LEADERSHIP: The New Way to Lead in a Fear-Based World, John Hope Bryant can be seen Thursday on The Steve Harvey Project. The television program, a spin-off of Harvey’s syndicated radio program can be seen on Centric Television at 9pm. Local listings can be found here.
This Friday, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City will host a leadership summit featuring keynote addresses by four distinguished speakers, including Operation HOPE's Founder, Chairman, and CEO John Hope Bryant. The event, scheduled from 8:30 am-11:30 am, will provide an opportunity to learn about the role of leadership in today’s corporate, economic, nonprofit and public environments. The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is located at 1 Memorial Drive Kansas City, MO 64198.
Traditional power these days more often than note emanates from the money we have or make, the titles we hold, and the possessions we accumulate over the course of a life. That's all fine, but that's not really power, or at least not a sustainable one. Real power, real life-wealth, emanates from the inside, out.