Wall Street Journal identifies Leadership at the Peak and LDP, and names them #1 and #2 in the leadership category. The San Diego campus relocates and expands.
1994 – Robert J Lee becomes the new president; CCL adds more customized approaches to tailored to the needs and challenges of intact groups within an organization. Center employees grow to 400 and revenue is now $35M.
John Alexander becomes the first president from within CCL’s Ranks. The Center’s employees base expands to a total of 500+ and revenue is now over $45M. The Greensboro office expands by adding a 192,000 square foot addition to the Smith Richardson building. The popular series Ideas into Action Guidebooks is launched.
Business Week ranks CCL #1 and the title of world’s top provider of leadership education”.
The Internet Assessment System (IAS) , allows participants and raters to complete assessment forms online. Standing at the Crossroads: Next Steps for High-Achieving Women is published.
The Center, delivering programs in Asia since the 1980s, establishes the CCL_Asia campus to broaden custom solutions offerings, and coaching and assessments in address leadership needs of multinational companies, government-linked agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
After reducing its workforce by 25% the year before due to the global recession, CCL serves NGOs in Africa by partnering with Unity University in opening an office in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The Leadership Beyond Boundaries initiative delivers programs in Ethiopia, Sudan, Kenya, Ugana, South Africa, Zambia, Ghana, Nigeria, and the Island of Mauritius.
CCL APAC (Asia-Pacific) opens new campus in Singapore.
The Center for Creative Leadership EMEA (Europe, Middle East & Africa) opened its new regional headquarters and training campus in Brussels. With its contemporary design, open-space concept and high-tech focus, the campus will further enhance the learning experiences of clients from around the world.