Malcolm Gladwell & Adam Grant: Authors@Wharton – Talking To Strangers

Wharton professor Adam Grant speaks with New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell at the Authors@Wharton Speaker Series: Talking To Strangers – hosted by the McNulty Leadership Program. Topics included success, intelligence, privilege and the fundamental nature of our human abilities. #WhartonAuthors #malcomgladwell #adamgrant #success #intelligence

The Authors@Wharton Speaker Series seeks to enrich intellectual engagement and encourage dialogue between students, faculty, staff, and alumni outside of the classroom. Launched in 2012 by Professor Adam Grant, our events are open to all members of the Penn community at no cost. Learn more:


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