CCL and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation announce the next class of a model program for developing local leaders who can unite people to create transformational change toward a more equitable society for all.
Martin Schneider, an experienced senior business leader in the technology, supply chain, direct to consumer, and innovation fields, has been named the new President and CEO of the Center for Creative Leadership.
CCL has appointed Sarah Nabors as its Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for its Global Marketing & Client Communications team. She will oversee strategic initiatives for the CCL brand and its portfolio of leadership programs and solutions.
The Center for Creative Leadership continues to host quarterly public art receptions showcasing the work of local and regional artists at its Greensboro, NC campus.
CIPD (the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) and CCL have teamed up to launch a new leadership program for frontline people managers across the EMEA region.
CCL announces the release of CCL Passport™, an integrated licensing package of leadership development solutions that supports HR and L&D leaders in making access to training more scalable and equitable throughout organizations.
With nearly 6,000 votes cast, CCL was again voted as a winner in the categories of “Leadership Development” and “Measurement, Testing & Assessment” in Training Magazine’s 2022 Network Choice Awards.
CCL announces the relaunch of its public artists’ receptions at the Greensboro campus location, showcasing the work of local and regional artists to celebrate the deep connections between art, innovation, leadership, and purpose.