Georgetown University Institute for Transformational Leadership

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The Institute for Transformational Leadership is a generative hub of conversation, research, and education vital for addressing 21st century leadership challenges. Established in 2012, at a time of historic change, the Institute is dedicated to creating learning communities and networks where leaders and coaches engage in deep inquiry, reflection and exploration in service to building a better world. By convening conversations with culturally diverse stakeholders, conducting ongoing research, and sharing knowledge through innovative, experiential educational programs, the Institute advances the art and science of transformational leadership education, leadership coaching and the possibilities of leadership. The Institute is rooted in the values of Georgetown University and those of the coaching profession. We are inspired by a spirit of generosity and sense of shared responsibility for the future. We invite the contributions and participation of people from government, business, and non-governmental organizations globally to ensure the common well being, the flourishing of the human community, and protection of the environment for future generations.

#StudentSpotlight: Karina Nersesyan talks #TransformationalLeadership and #communityimpact.
02/12/2018
Student Spotlight: Karina Nersesyan

#StudentSpotlight: Karina Nersesyan talks #TransformationalLeadership and #communityimpact.

Student Spotlight: Karina Nersesyan July 22, 2016 Karina Nersesyan Transformational Leadership Meet Karina Nersesyan: Karina Nersesyan was a member of Cohort 2 of the Transformational Leadership program. A senior leader in the field of international development, she’s sharing the knowledge g*i...

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching program.
02/02/2018
The Real Reason People Won’t Change

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching program.

It’s a psychological dynamic called a “competing commitment,” and until managers understand how it works and the ways to overcome it, they can’t do a thing about change-resistant employees.

#StudentSpotlight: Marlesa Adams talks #HealthCoaching and #entreprenuership bit.ly/1Tc85iA
01/22/2018
Student Spotlight: Marlesa Adams

#StudentSpotlight: Marlesa Adams talks #HealthCoaching and #entreprenuership bit.ly/1Tc85iA

Student Spotlight: Marlesa Adams Feb. 24, 2016 Marlesa Adams Health Coaching Meet Marlesa Adams: Marlesa Adams completed the Certificate in Health Coaching during the Summer of 2015. A blogger and entrepreneur, she shares her career story and advice for others in the field. Why did you choose...

Addressing #unconsciousbias forces us to examine parts of ourselves we may not like. Learn more about waking up.
01/17/2018
Waking Up to Our Unconscious Bias | Georgetown ITL Blog

Addressing #unconsciousbias forces us to examine parts of ourselves we may not like. Learn more about waking up.

Leadership Coaching Waking Up to Our Unconscious Bias 2017-09-05 Tanya Ilse Leave a comment This post shared from Leadership Coaching Co-Director Bill Pullen’s blog at bpacoaching.com. See the full version of the post here! I approached a breakout session at a recent conference and felt immediatel...

#FridayReads from our Leadership Coaching program!  #NewYearNewYou
01/12/2018
The Anatomy of Change: A Way to Move Through Life's Transitions Second Edition

#FridayReads from our Leadership Coaching program! #NewYearNewYou

The body’s innate capacity for feeling, intuition, and compassion can enable us to heal our physical and emotional wounds. In The Anatomy of Change, Richard Heckler draws on Aikido and Lomi Body Work to demonstrate how a set of practices can bring new awareness and choice into our daily life.

Need a last minute #ChristmasGift? Our faculty wrote a fantastic book: On Becoming a Leadership Coach. #FridayReads
12/22/2017
On Becoming a Leadership Coach: A Holistic Approach to Coaching Excellence

Need a last minute #ChristmasGift? Our faculty wrote a fantastic book: On Becoming a Leadership Coach. #FridayReads

This book focuses on coaching leaders in the context of the organizational systems within which they lead, drawing on the curriculum of the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Certificate Program, one of the premier coach training programs in the world and the only one with this particular ...

12/01/2017
A Practical Guide to Working with Diversity: The Process -- The Tools -- The Resources

#FridayReads: A Practical Guide to Working with #Diversity co-authored by ITL faculty member Bette George.

Here is a truly useful guide to creating the structure and processes that maximize the contribution of all people in an increasingly diverse workforce. It presents an integrated approach to diversity, based on the authors' extensive experience consulting and training in workplaces of all kinds.

Great read for #BlackFriday: Faculty member Barbara Braham's Managing Stress: Keeping Calm Under Fire. #FridayReads
11/24/2017
Managing Stress: Keeping Calm Under Fire (Briefcase Books)

Great read for #BlackFriday: Faculty member Barbara Braham's Managing Stress: Keeping Calm Under Fire. #FridayReads

Managing Stress offers useful alternatives that help reduce stress, including how to let it flow into more productive responses. This guide offers tips for learning how to say no, and provides the author's tested way to respond to stress by using the CALM approach: C--Change the things you can; A...

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching curriculum: "The Making of a Corporate Athlete."
11/10/2017
The Making of a Corporate Athlete

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching curriculum: "The Making of a Corporate Athlete."

Some executives thrive under pressure. Others wilt. Is the reason all in their heads? Hardly. Sustained high achievement demands physical and emotional strength as well as a sharp intellect. To bring mind, body, and spirit to peak condition, executives need to learn what world-class athletes already...

11/03/2017
Seven Transformations of Leadership

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching curriculum: Leaders are made, not born. Learn more in the Seven Transformations of Leadership.

Leaders are made, not born, and how they develop is critical for organizational change.

Join us for lunch on Oct 19 to learn how an ITL #certificate can transform leaders, coaches, & orgs.
10/12/2017
Certificate Programs Information Fair | News & Events | Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies

Join us for lunch on Oct 19 to learn how an ITL #certificate can transform leaders, coaches, & orgs.

Join us at our downtown campus to learn how a professional certificate from Georgetown University can benefit your career. Come at your convenience for an opportunity to meet with faculty and staff from your specific program of interest. Light lunch will be served during the general information fair...

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching program: People can learn how to lead. Learn the secrets to turning good manag...
10/06/2017
The Extraordinary Leader: Turning Good Managers into Great Leaders (Management & Leadership)

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching program: People can learn how to lead. Learn the secrets to turning good managers into great leaders.

People can learn how to lead. This was the position John H. Zenger and Joseph R. Folkman took when they wrote their now-classic leadership book The Extraordinary Leader―and it’s a fact they reinforce in this new, completely updated edition of their bestseller. When it was first publ...

Addressing unconscious bias forces us to examine parts of ourselves we may not like. Learn more about waking up.
09/19/2017
Waking Up to Our Unconscious Bias | Georgetown ITL Blog

Addressing unconscious bias forces us to examine parts of ourselves we may not like. Learn more about waking up.

Leadership Coaching Waking Up to Our Unconscious Bias 2017-09-05 Tanya Ilse Leave a comment This post shared from Leadership Coaching Co-Director Bill Pullen’s blog at bpacoaching.com. See the full version of the post here! I approached a breakout session at a recent conference and felt immediately…

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching program: This thought-provoking guide dissects the art & science of #coaching.
09/15/2017
Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others,3rd Edition

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching program: This thought-provoking guide dissects the art & science of #coaching.

Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others is an insightful, thought-provoking guide that dissects the art and science of coaching. Beginning with theories, concepts and models, the book moves on to consider rigorous methods of practice and self-observation in a relationship of mutual trust, respect ...

#FridayReads to get you ready for #LaborDay: Faculty member Scott Eblin teaches you how to leverage mindfulness and inte...
09/01/2017
Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative

#FridayReads to get you ready for #LaborDay: Faculty member Scott Eblin teaches you how to leverage mindfulness and intention to achieve better outcomes.

Leverage mindful awareness and intention to achieve better outcomes Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative offers practical insights for the executive, manager or professional who feels like their RPM is maxed out in the red zone. By making the concepts and practices of mindfulne...

#FridayReads from faculty member Kristi Hedges. Learn How the Best Leaders Energize People Every Day.
08/31/2017
The Inspiration Code: How the Best Leaders Energize People Every Day

#FridayReads from faculty member Kristi Hedges. Learn How the Best Leaders Energize People Every Day.

Great leaders inspire action with their words. They spark enthusiasm and commitment. With a single conversation, they can change the direction of someone's life.Everyone wants to be the kind of leader who energizes and mobilizes others—yet too few are. Why is it so challenging to crack the ...

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching program: "Teaching Smart People How to Learn."
08/31/2017
Teaching Smart People How to Learn

#FridayReads from our #LeadershipCoaching program: "Teaching Smart People How to Learn."

Every company faces a learning dilemma: the smartest people find it the hardest to learn.

#FridayReads from our Leadership Coaching program: "What Makes a Leader?"
07/28/2017
What Makes a Leader?

#FridayReads from our Leadership Coaching program: "What Makes a Leader?"

IQ and technical skills are important, but emotional intelligence is the sine qua non of leadership.

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