The Aspen Executive Seminar helps leaders answer the question, What does it mean to lead and live wisely for a good society? Our premises:
- leadership begins with self-leadership—we cannot lead others unless we can lead ourselves;
- the decisions we make are never purely economic or technical, but moral—we need time and space to clarify and test our values;
- wisdom is the capacity to make tradeoffs among competing goods—we must understand the tensions among the values that drive choices in a globalizing world.
For more than 65 years, the Aspen Executive Seminar has convened small groups of 18-20 accomplished leaders from across sectors and throughout the world for challenging, facilitated, text-based dialogue. The seminar’s highly immersive, dynamic learning experience creates a space personal and professional development which aims to help leaders become more self-aware and more self-correcting.
“As a CEO, taking time to sharpen the saw is critical. The Aspen Executive Seminar is the best whetstone out there.” —Reed Hastings, Founder and CEO, Netflix
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Cost to attend in 2018:
All costs include lodging, meals, group events, materials and transportation to and from the closest airport. Airfare is not included; early flight booking is strongly recommended.
- Full participant = $11,350
- Participating spouse/guest = $9,850 (shared room, full participation in all seminar events)
- Auditing spouse/guest = $6,000 (shared room, full auditing privileges, all meals)
- Accompanying spouse/guest = $2,550 (shared room, all meals)
If you would like to bring a guest, please contact Kalissa Hendrickson for additional registration instructions.
– 120 days or more before the seminar: $500
– less than 120 days before the seminar: $2,500 plus unsold room charges
– 120 days or more before the seminar: $5,675 refund if paid in full
– less than 120 days before the seminar: no refund
Cancellation or transfer charges may be avoided by arranging for an Institute-approved replacement.