Henry Crown Fellowship Candidate Resources
The two-year program combines text-based seminars to foster personal transformation with a leadership venture that moves Fellows from thought to action.
Seminars: Fostering Personal Transformation
The Challenge of Leadership
This six-day seminar asks Fellows to think about the qualities of leadership necessary to master the forces of change. Fellows discuss their own leadership challenges and develop criteria for effective, enlightened leadership. Fellows explore leaders including Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., Margaret Thatcher, and Ursula K. Le Guin.
The Aspen Seminar
During this seven-day seminar, Fellows build their own vision of the Good Society by reading, discussing, debating and relating the writings of a wide range of thinkers to present-day conditions. Fellows present and discuss their leadership ventures. Thinkers range from Aristotle and Confucius to Mencius and Maya Angelou to Thomas Hobbes and Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Leading in an Era of Globalization
Globalization is a six-day seminar exploring the challenges of leading in an increasingly complex and intertwined world. This seminar is offered in a variety of locations around the world and taken with other Fellows from across the Aspen Global Leadership Network. Time is set aside for Fellows to discuss progress in the implementation of their leadership ventures. This is a six to seven-day commitment (varies by location).
The Promise of Leadership
In this six-day seminar, Fellows share the results and lessons learned from their leadership ventures and explore challenges in balancing work and family, community engagement and personal legacy. They are poised to engage in the next phase of their leadership in the journey to move from success to significance.
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