“The Executive Seminar was not intended to make a corporate treasurer a more skilled corporate treasurer, but to help a leader gain access to his or her own humanity by becoming more self-aware, more self-correcting, and more self-fulfilling.”—Institute Founder Walter Paepcke.
The Aspen Executive Seminar on Leadership, Values, and the Good Society—the flagship offering that launched the Institute in 1950—explores the key contours of, and tensions among, fundamental values such as freedom, equality, justice, community, wealth creation. The seminar, offered 10 times a year (upcoming dates with registration below), probes the leadership dimensions of such fundamental questions as: What is a good society and what is my role in making it a reality? What are my core values, and how do they align with those of others, my organization, and my community? How do I navigate the competing tensions among the values which inform the decisions I make?
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