The Aspen Executive Seminar


The truly difficult problems leaders face are ultimately human problems: problems concerning relationships to ourselves, to others, to our organizations, and to society. For 70 years the Aspen Executive Seminar on Leadership, Values, and the Good Society has challenged participants in every field to achieve meaningful leadership growth through a critical examination of their core values. The Aspen Executive Seminar is an invitation for every leader to answer the question ‘How do I lead well and live justly in a good society?’


Join us on Thursday, February 17th at 12:30PM EST for a Lunch & Learn meeting on this seminar experience and expected outcomes. You’ll also have the chance to ask questions and hear from the Director of Seminars at the Aspen Institute, Kalissa Hendrickson. 

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About the Aspen Institute's Executive Leadership Seminars Department: 


Through their programs and seminars, the Executive Leadership Seminars Department have challenged individuals to think more deeply, listen more attentively, and develop critical habits necessary to lead. Aspen Institute Executive Leadership Seminars are not skills training, but intentional dynamic conversations in which participants learn both from reading materials and each other, establishing deep connections among diverse people and organizations. 


Reach out to Kalissa Hendrickson ( or Jennifer Donnelly ( with questions or for additional information.