Lynda Gratton who teaches Management Practice at London Business School, just received an award from the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)- one of the numerous she already received in the past- for her work and support to the leadership field. As a dedicated researcher having achieved outstanding work on Business Leadership training, Gratton is considered as being one of the most influential figures of Business Thinking.
Additionally, Professor Gratton is Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Council on Leadership and researches not only on leadership training but also Collaboration and the Work Environment-
Her expertise has distinguished her from the crowd as one of the top adviser for companies in Asia, Europe and USA. As if this was not enough work for the successful author and Professor, Gratton is currently on the path to publishing a new book in May 2013.
London Business School’s Fiona Sandford (director of Career services) revealed in a recent interview with the Financial Times that Lynda Gratton was her Business Hero “I love to watch LBS professor Lynda Gratton work a room – she is a networker par excellence and she has a particular way of engaging an audience with her work, explaining her research clearly without losing its complexity.”
Another recent statement about Gratton has been made by Walter F. Ulmer Jr, former CCL president himself: "Lynda Gratton has made remarkable contributions to the field of leadership; it is a privilege indeed for CCL and for me to interact with and learn from her."
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