I spend most of my time these days on the road, giving talks and leading discussions based on the ideas and lessons in Practically Radical. Most of these sessions, sadly, are not open to the public–either they are private events held by companies, or members-only events organized by associations. In two weeks, though, I’ll be part of back-to-back events–one online, the other in-person–that are open to the public. I hope you’ll consider attending one or the other.

The first is on Tuesday March 6, at 1 PM Eastern. It’s being hosted by Capella University, and it’s a one-hour Webinar in which I’ll talk about leadership, innovation, and the power of culture, and take questions via Twitter. Capella is really good at these online sessions, and it promises to be loads of fun. You can register free here.

On Wednesday, March 7, I’ll be part of an open-to-the-public event in Cambridge MA. It’s the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council. Rather than do a talk, I’ll be leading a “fireside chat” with the incomparable Bill Campbell, a legendary figure in Silicon Valley who has been a trusted adviser to everyone from Steve Jobs to the top guys at Google to John Doerr, Ben Horowitz, and other leading venture capitalists.  Bill Campbell has to be seen to be believed, and if you’re in or around Cambridge on March 7 you should come see for yourself. Tickets are available here.