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e believe that actively learning from the great leaders of our time, our organizations can transform the challenges of our time into opportunities for our evolution.

MORE IMPORTANT THAN GOLD

Eighty years ago Franklin Delano Roosevelt faced one of the biggest and most pressing growth challenges the US had known in its 150 year history – The Great Depression. The country and the world were thrown into a downward spiral.

Most people feared the decline and viewed it as a possibility that signalled the worst of times.

BEYOND ALL LIMITATIONS

We see that today’s challenges are great once more, and it is our opportunity to evolve as a species.

Writes Mikhail Gorbachev: “The XXI century will be a century either of total all-embracing crisis or of moral and spiritual healing that will reinvigorate humankind. It is my conviction that all of us – all reasonable political leaders, all spiritual and ideological movements, all faiths – must help in this transition to a triumph of humanism and justice, in making the XXI century a century of a new human renaissance.”

Most people feared the decline and viewed it as a possibility that signaled the worst of times.

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WEBCASTS BY GLN-LEADERS

Kindling a Growth Atmosphere in Your Organization

During the webinar, Hylke Faber, founder of Constancee, the Growth Culture and team development company and CEO of the Growth Leaders Network, draws on insights from neuroscience, psychology, business,  and day to day living, on how to build a sustainable Growth Culture in your team and organization, where every moment becomes an opportunity for learning, contribution and excellence.

Learn more about this topic at Columbia Business School Executive Education

Lead Like a Coach: Tapping into Unlimited Potential

Hylke Faber, founder of Constancee, the Growth Culture and team development company and CEO of the Growth Leaders Network, discusses how we learn as leaders and how we can help others do the same. Attendees learn specific coaching mindsets and tools they can apply in their organizations.

Learn more about this topic at Columbia Business School Executive Education

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