Transatlantic Leadership Seminars
GMF’s Transatlantic Leadership Seminars enable leaders from business, government, and civil society to manage the rapidly changing operational environment of the 21st century. They offer lessons on how to lead with agility, deal with complexity, and reduce uncertainty, as well as respond to specific contemporary challenges. Each seminar lasts seven to nine days, is expert led, and takes place in a region in flux. Participants engage more than 40 leaders in open, frank, and dynamic conversations and benefit from firsthand experience and group reflection. The seminars rely on GMF’s extensive network of partners and 35-plus years of strategic convening to offer programs of the highest quality. The most recent seminar looked at leadership strategies for the great recession in Greece and Italy from November 1 to 7, 2015. Previous seminars examined global north-south cooperation in France and Morocco in 2014 and leadership lessons for democratization, reconciliation, and structural reform in Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia in 2013.
Transatlantic Leadership Seminars are exclusive to alumni of the GMF’s Transatlantic Leadership Initiatives, including the Marshall Memorial Fellowship, Manfred Wörner Seminar, Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network, Asmus Policy Entrepreneurs Fellowship, APSA Congressional Fellowship, and New Länder Fellowhip. Registration fees apply.
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