CCL announces the release of CCL Passport™, an integrated licensing package that supports HR and learning and development leaders in making access to high-impact leadership development more scalable and equitable throughout organizations.
Scott Bohannon, an accomplished executive and innovator in the leadership development, HR, and technology industries, will serve as the next President & CEO of the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)®.
The CIPD Middle East People Award’s category of Best L&D Program – one of the most anticipated categories – was awarded to a CCL client for its outcome-driven program focused on building agility and digital leadership capabilities.
Selecting from the largest applicant pool in the Brandon Hall awards’ 28-year history, a digital transformation program developed for a CCL client has received a Gold and Silver award in 2 competitive categories.
Among hundreds of international applicants, 2 EDI-focused leadership programs developed for CCL clients have received awards from the research and analyst firm Brandon Hall Group’s annual Excellence Awards.
After serving as President and CEO of the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)® for more than 14 years, John R. Ryan will step down by the end of 2021. The international search for his successor is underway.
At the Center for Creative Leadership, we are committed to bring about increased racial justice. Join us in our journey and learn more about our commitment to bringing about fundamental leadership shifts in the systems that have failed a significant portion of our populations.
The Center for Creative Leadership and Management Concepts are partnering to develop a new generation of leadership development solutions designed specifically for the U.S. federal government marketplace.
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