Leaders and Consultants: How to Find the Best Answers Together
July 18, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
Every day, executives confront high stakes situations that require both strategic decision-making and efficient organization, but how do leaders know which paths will lead to success? Join Host Kate Ebner for a conversation with Larry Hirschhorn, acclaimed author and recognized expert on the internal psychodynamics of organizations. He was the 2008 recipient of the Eliot Jaques award from the Society of Consulting Psychology, and is a founding member and former president of the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations. Hirschhorn will highlight the key choices that leaders can make and how, by working effectively with skilled consultants, they can achieve their organizational and business goals. Join the conversation to learn how you can maximize consulting to create positive outcomes such as heightened teamwork and collaboration, innovation, and an atmosphere of success that can be transformative.
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Produced by Georgetown University's Institute for Transformational Leadership, Inside Transformational Leadership is a weekly radio show dedicated to provoking thoughtful discussion around the most important issues facing leaders today through insightful and inspiring conversations with corporate leaders, leadership coaches, academics, and community organizers.
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The faculty of the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University are multifaceted and diverse with respect to academic training, practical experience, expertise, and research interests. Perhaps the most striking aspect of the faculty is the community they have cultivated and the dialog they have advanced around leadership development and leadership coaching. Most of the original faculty members – those who helped establish Georgetown University’s leadership coaching program in 2000 – still teach and provide direction for leadership coaches and executive leaders, while new perspectives continue to evolve and inform our programs.
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