Partner Organizations that Share our Leadership Values

The following is a list of non-profit Centers, Councils, Networks and Research Institutes that are related to the mission and programs of the Center for Values-Driven Leadership. We have divided the organizations into two primary groups: organizations that focus on leadership development and organizational change; and organizations that focus on corporate responsibility (including CSR), sustainability, and flourishing. CSR-related partner organizations can be found on the following page.

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Leadership and Change

  1. Center for Creative Leadership
    The Center will create new knowledge that advances our field and that positively transforms the way leaders, their organizations and their societies confront the most difficult challenges of the 21st century.
  2. Center for Effective Organizations, University of Southern California
    CEO’s mission is to improve how effectively organizations are managed.
  3. Center for Leadership Development and Research, Stanford Graduate School of Business
    Center for Leadership Development and Research (CLDR) promotes learning and scholarship in the area of organizational leadership. The CLDR is based on the premise that although management can be taught in the classroom, leadership is something that is learned best through experience–especially when experiences are shared with others who are willing and able to support the learning process.
  4. Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship, University of Michigan
    The Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship is a community of scholars devoted to energizing and transforming organizations through research on the theory and practice of positive organizing and leadership. We are passionately dedicated to the development and dissemination of POS research.
  5. Executives Breakfast Club
    The Executives Breakfast Club is where Chicago’s leading business minds unite to evoke, expand, and exemplify the principles of transformational leadership to be better people and business professionals in an inviting, warm, and accepting environment.
  6. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership
    The Center promotes the understanding and practice of servant leadership.
  7. International Leadership Association
    The International Leadership Association (ILA) is the global network for all those who practice, study and teach leadership. The ILA promotes a deeper understanding of leadership knowledge and practices for the greater good of individuals and communities worldwide.
  8. Small Giants Community
    The Small Giants Community (SGC) is a membership organization of companies who define success by not only their bottom line, but by their contributions to their community, dedication to great customer service and the creation and preservation of workplace cultures of excellence.