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Have You Heard About the Holzman/Columbia University Leadership Lab?

By September 19, 2021March 18th, 2022No Comments

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Okay, so I hope enjoyed watching my Midlife Leadership Crisis videos, but if you missed them, you can watch them anytime by clicking on the links below this video, and in them, I shared seven ways in which you and I might collaborate to make a greater difference in the world together. Today, I’m really excited to do a deep dive on idea number one, the Holzman/Columbia University Leadership Development Lab. And this is where we’re going to bring together select learning executives, each of whom are doing pioneering leadership development work at their respective Global 2000 companies. I created this lab because our companies in our world are in dire need of better leadership and I believe that each of their respective experiments holds the secret to unlocking the power of leadership development for all of us.

So Columbia university and I are going to bring them together so they can learn from and improve each other’s respective efforts. But we’re also going to capture, share, and showcase these stories more broadly so learning executives at other companies can learn from the successes and struggles of these learning pioneers. And even though we haven’t formally launched, two well known Global 2000 companies have already joined and, who knows, maybe you’ll be the next one. So if you are doing impactful leadership development work inside of your company or if you know of someone who is, or if you’re just at the beginning of your journey and you want to learn from the successes and failures of those who have come before you, let us know. And you could do that by clicking on the red Let’s Talk button on the upper right hand corner of our website.

In the meantime, if you want to learn about idea number two, watch and share our Todd Talks. You can do so by clicking on the link below this video.

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