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The Challenge of Leadership Webinar
The 2012 NGen Leadership Series concluded on Tuesday, May 1 with the final installment in the spring series.  This fourth webinar, “The Challenge of Leadership” was led by Alexander Grashow, CEO of Cambridge Leadership Associates.

The Challenge of Leadership
Tuesday, May 1
Speaker:  Alexander Grashow, CEO, Cambridge Leadership Associates.

In this webinar, Alexander Grashow led participants through a dynamic discussion to help identify barriers to becoming more well-rounded and authentic leaders in the nonprofit space to have a deeper impact.

Powerful questions for collective discussion include:
  • How do the relationships you develop at work propel your professional goals forward? 
  • Are you collaborating and building partnerships effectively? 
  • How do your self-perceptions and your perceptions of coworkers influence your ability to build authentic relationships?
  • Are there behavior adaptations that you know you need to make but are not sure how?
Cambridge Leadership Associates is a leadership consulting firm that works with organizations around the world to help them build adaptive capacities in order to thrive during change.

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Alexander Grashow is the Chief Executive Officer of Cambridge Leadership Associates (CLA), a global leadership development consulting practice. He is co-author, with Ron Heifetz and Marty Linsky, of The Practice of Adaptive Leadership (Harvard Business Press, 2009).

Grashow is a leading expert in helping organizations and communities thrive in complexity and change. He consults to and works with CEOs, senior managers, and top teams in many Fortune 500 companies, international aid organizations and multiparty collaborations. Grashow has been on the executive education faculty at the New York University, Duke Corporate Education and Harvard University. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Clinton Global Initiative. He has been published in Harvard Business Review and had a column in the Washington Post, and has been a keynoter and panelist at the International Leadership Association.  Grashow studied economics and fine arts at Wesleyan University. He lives with his family in Brooklyn, NY. 



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