Who We AreLeadership Beyond Boundaries is an initiative by the Center for Creative Leadership to democratize leadership development and unlock the power of human potential. By extending leadership development to all, we’re expanding the leadership equation. By helping individuals lead themselves, work more effectively with others, and enact inclusive change, we’re improving lives, advancing organizations, and transforming communities. We believe that leadership development is a lever that can and will change the world.
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We congratulate our partners at the WeSchool (Welingkar Institute of Management) on being named one of the Top 10 B-Schools in India by The Times Group. We are proud to have worked with them on the landmark Global Citizen Leader … Continue reading
Institute for Future Education Entrepreneurship and Leadership (iFEEL) students from the Global Citizen Leaders program leveraged leadership and innovation methodologies to win the 2015 National Entrepreneurship Challenge. The team presented creative solutions to sustaining e-cells in colleges to the Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (Bombay). Click … Continue reading
Hiten Momaya, a past Leadership Beyond Boundaries (LBB) participant and Early Leadership Tool Kit user, visited the Center for Creative Leadership to collaborate with the LBB Early Leadership team on youth work in India. In this interview, Hiten discusses his … Continue reading
Webinar: Global Citizen Leaders: Developing leadership and innovation skills through social impact projects
Please join Leadership Beyond Boundaries and Design Impact for an overview of the Global Citizen Leaders (GCL) Program which is designed to increase employability and civic engagement. The GCL Program works with 250+ MBA students in India to develop leadership and innovation skills through social impact … Continue reading
India’s future hinges on its youth. As a country where half the population is under the age of 25, India’s ability to rise to become a more equitable and economically advanced nation rests on how well we prepare the next … Continue reading