Since 1970, CCL’s mission is to improve the understanding, practice, and development of leadership at all levels for the benefit of society worldwide. Our passion and our mission is to make the world a better place through more effective leaders and leadership.
CCL’s Societal Advancement group works with individuals, organizations, philanthropists, and communities around the world that share our sense of purpose and unwavering passion to improve the human condition. As a nonprofit organization, we are driven to help you achieve your goals.
We work with individuals and organizations worldwide who believe leadership development is an investment that helps create sustainable change.
By enhancing the leadership capacity of individuals, organizations, and communities, you have the opportunity to create systemic and sustainable social change.
The benefits of effective leadership do not end when the program is over. Growth and development continue to resonate and expand outward, affecting not only the individuals in the program, but also each of the lives they touch and change as a result.
At CCL, we focus our societal advancement efforts on four areas in the Americas where leadership has the most potential to improve lives and create lasting change.
K–12 Education: Equipping and enabling leaders at every level of K–12 schools and systems
Population Health: Creating a healthier society
Nonprofit: Amplifying nonprofit impact through strong leadership
Higher Education: Improving the workforce by enhancing the performance of colleges and universities
Applications are now being accepted for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Leadership Network. Delivered by the Center for Creative Leadership the experience includes hands-on training, personalized coaching, community-based support and the opportunity to apply their learning through a community project. As a result of this 18-month fellowship program, participants will gain critical knowledge and skills for advancing racial equity and racial healing in communities. Apply for the fellowship at wkkfcln.org.