The world’s first school for CEOs, featuring applied research and peer-driven learning through lively exchanges among the world’s top business leaders, influential public policy makers, media opinion leaders, as well as foremost scholarly thought leaders, employing candid, confidential discussions of timely global business leadership challenges and compelling societal concerns.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld is the Senior Associate Dean for Executive Programs at Yale University’s School of Management and the Lester Crown Professor in the Practice of Management, as well as the founder, president & chief executive officer of the Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute. This institute is the world’s first CEO College and is dedicated to the advancement of top leadership education through scholarly research and peer-driven educational forums for prominent CEOs. Previously, he was a professor at the Goizueta Business School of Emory University. There he founded the Center for Leadership & Career Studies, which he ran for eight years. Prior to this, Sonnenfeld spent ten years as a professor at the Harvard Business School. His research, publications and consulting address issues of top leadership development, executive succession, and board governance. Read more.
Jeffrey A. Sonnenfeld; Founder, President & CEO
Joseph DeLillo, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Dan Mullins, Conference Coordinator
Donna DeLillo, Program Logistics