Member hosted events

This is a community created listing of events hosted or supported by our Members.

  • Member Hosted: Monthly Adaptive Leadership Dinner in NYC

    Happy 2019. It is hard to believe that we are entering our 4th year of monthly dinners with the Adaptive Leadership group here in NYC. We are incredibly grateful for all members who have been so generous in presenting cases, opening up your apartments & workplaces to host, and engaging in thought-provoking conversations. Here's to another great year, where we look forward to seeing both old and new faces at our dinners.

  • Case-in-Point Intensive June 24-28 Kansas Leadership Center

    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 SteffensmeierJill HufnagelLynette 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.”