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Aspen Executive Leadership Seminars

For 70 years, the Aspen Executive Seminar has been an invitation for every leader to answer the question "How do I lead well and live justly in a good society?".

Aspen Executive Seminar on Leadership, Values and the Good Society has challenged participants in every field to achieve meaningful leadership growth through a critical examination of their core values. 

Seminar Premise

The truly difficult problems leaders face are ultimately human problems: problems concerning relationships to ourselves, to others, to our organizations, and to society. We cannot lead others through this complex landscape until we fully understand it and know how to navigate it ourselves.
Read more about the history of the Seminar here.

What You Will Learn

Leading others requires the ability to understand and forge alignment among diverse values systems. The Aspen Executive Seminar on Leadership, Values, and the Good Society will provide you with the tools to identify the cultural context and underlying values systems in which your organization and colleagues operate, successfully navigate the tensions among values in your current role, and leverage your personal leadership philosophy to tackle your most pressing leadership challenges.

Aspen Method of Leadership Development

The Aspen Method appeals to both the professional and the personal dimensions of leading. The small group, text-based dialogue process will challenge you to expand your perspectives, refine your understanding, and become more resolved in action. Read more about the Aspen Method here.

Who Should Attend

Leaders in the corporate, non-profit, civil service, or military sectors who are seeking:

  • a thought-provoking, interactive program that focuses on leadership, not simply management skills
  • to integrate previous skills training in a deeper framework of values
  • clarity during a professional inflection point, promotion, or career transition
  • to engage with alternate leadership styles and strategies