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Episode 711 – The Telos of Business: What Are We Setting Out To Do?

On this episode of the Working for the Weekend podcast, Emily Obert, WMBA ’24, and Laura Perkovic, WMBA ’25, join host Lydia Stoltzfus Miller, WMBA ’24, to discuss the concept of telos in the context of a Weekend MBA from the Ross School of Business. Telos was a term made famous by the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle that signifies the ultimate end, goal, or purpose of something. The panel explores the factors of their personal telos, including their passions, opportunities, career sustainability, goals, and more. 

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About the participants

Host: Lydia Stoltzfus Miller
Guests: Emily Obert and Laura Perkovic 
Executive Producers: Ajay Baabu Muthuswamy and JT Godfrey
Audio Engineer: Jonah Brockman