Case-in-Point is an interactive and experiential teaching method in which you, the practitioner, use a class or team as the case study for learning about leadership. Developed at Harvard University by Ron Heifetz, Marty Linsky and others, Case-in-Point is a defining feature of The Art and Practice of Leadership Development, a course taught by Heifetz at the Kennedy School of Government. Because Case-in-Point is challenging for both teacher and learner, it can be hard to find a space to practice and learn through trial-and-error. KLC’s own rigorous experience equips leadership development practitioners like you to incorporate Case-in-Point in your teaching, training or consulting. You’ll connect with like-minded professionals from around the world and find a strong support system of Harvard-trained master-practitioners, Tim Steffensmeier, Jill Hufnagel, Lynette Lacy, and Peter Cohen. KLC’s five-day intensive gives you the skills and assistance you need to make full use of this powerful tool for leadership education.
Marty Linsky, co-founder of Cambridge Leadership Associates and co-author with Heifetz of the best-selling book, Leadership on the Line, highly recommends this program. “KLC is the perfect place to perfect your case-in-point delivery skills. Using the class as a case is a challenging and powerful method of enhancing people’s leadership capacity . . . and for me at least, doing it well is a life-long learning journey.”