Dr. Carole Robin has been in the business of helping leaders grow for over 35 years. Most recently she served as the Faculty Director of the Interpersonal Dynamics for High Performance Executives Program and Director of the Arbuckle Leadership Fellows program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB). She received the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award for her work in numerous courses, including Interpersonal Dynamics (the most popular elective course at the GSB for over 45 years).
In addition to her teaching, she has coached and consulted for individuals and groups of high-profile executives for the last fifteen years. Her clients work with her to develop their interpersonal skills, update limiting mental models, and learn to modify their style. She has become internationally known for her expertise in interpersonal relations and, particularly, experiential small group learning. This type of training gives participants the capacity to become more effective leaders, build higher performing organizations, and have richer, more fulfilling personal and professional relationships.
Episode #1570 Carole Robin: Meeting Your Leadership Moment
At an extraordinary moment in history, exceptional leadership is increasingly scarce. Leadership advocate & former faculty director of Stanford Graduate School's famed Interpersonal Dynamics course, Carole Robin rejoins Moe Abdou to explore the modern essence of leadership excellence.
Episode #125 Carole Robin: Carole Robin
33voices interviews Carole Robin