Instructors / Authors

Michael C. Jensen M.B.A.

Michael C. JensenInstructor for Singapore Leadership Course
Author
Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus, Harvard Business School, Co-Founder, Chairman, Managing Director and Integrity Officer, Social Science Electronic Publishing (SSRN)

Dr. Jensen joined the faculty of the Harvard Business School in 1985, founding what is now the Negotiations, Organizations and Markets Unit in the School. He became Emeritus in 2000 when he joined The Monitor Group as Managing Director of the Organizational Strategy Practice, and was Senior Advisor 2007-2009. He served on the faculty of the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Rochester, from 1967 through 1988 where he was LaClare Professor of Finance and Business Administration when he left. He founded the Managerial Economics Research Center at the University of Rochester in 1977 and served as its Director until 1988. He is Past President and Fellow of the American Finance Association and Past President of the Western Economic Association International. Full Bio

Steve Zaffron

Steve ZaffronInstructor for Singapore Leadership Course
Author
CEO Vanto Group, Leadership and Management Consultant
Best selling co-author of “Three laws of Performance”

Steve Zaffron is CEO of Vanto Group, a consulting firm specialized in the design and implementation of large-scale initiatives to elevate organizational performance. He has worked with organizations in different industries worldwide including Walgreens, NASA, Reebok, BHP-Billiton, Dalmia Group (India) Petrobras (Brazil), and Polus Group (Japan). Full Bio

Jeri Echeverria

Jeri EcheverriaInstructor for Singapore Leadership Course

Former Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer of the California State University System, Professor and Provost Emerita, Fresno State

Dr. Echeverria served the twenty-three campus California State University (CSU) system as its chief academic officer until 2010 when she retired.  As Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, she participated in the national movement to increase graduation rates in higher education, championed a statewide initiative to improve the experience of students transferring from community colleges to four-year universities and colleges, as well as advocating for the quality of academic programs offered to the largest cumulative student body in the nation, the CSU. Full Bio

Werner Erhard

Werner ErhardAudio/Video Contribution at the Singapore Leadership Course
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Creator of innovative ideas and models of individual, organizational, and social transformation, 1988 Recipient of the Mahatma Gandhi Humanitarian Award

Werner Erhard is an original thinker whose ideas have transformed the effectiveness and quality of life for millions of people and thousands of organizations around the world. For nearly 40 years he has been the creator of innovative ideas and models of individual, organizational, and social transformation. His work has been the source of new perspectives for thinkers and practitioners in fields as diverse as business, education, philosophy, medicine, psychotherapy, developing and emerging countries, conflict resolution, and community building. Erhard has created new ways of seeing things in areas where progress has stalled or where breakthroughs would make a significant difference. A majority of the Fortune 100 companies and many foundations and governmental entities have used his ideas and models. Fortune magazine’s 40th anniversary issue (5/15/95), in examining the major contributions to management thinking, recognized Erhard’s ideas as one of the major innovations of the last few decades. Full Bio

Kari Granger

Kari Granger
Author
Sr. Faculty & Dir. of of Military Practice, Sunergos, LLC, Fellow of the Center for Character & Leadership Development at US Air Force Academy

As a former military officer, Granger led her team to breakthrough performance in a wide range of operational challenges throughout the world. She is also a Fellow of the Center for Character and Leadership Development at United States Air Force Academy where she formerly held the positions of Assistant Professor and Chief of Transformative Education and Development. Granger is respected for her cutting-edge, results-focused, leadership development and resiliency enhancement programs that empower leaders to significantly impact their most complex challenges. Full Bio