Sep 25, 2017
Karen Geiger develops leaders for the 21st century workplace. She is a leadership and organizational development advisor and executive coach. Over a 25 year career as owner of Karen Geiger & Associates, Karen has helped corporate and non-profit clients diagnose and adapt to rapidly changing workplace issues and challenges. Along with her client service work, she has had a rich career as an academic: she served as associate dean and director of the Executive Leadership Institute at Queens University and director of Leadership Initiatives at the McColl Graduate School of Business. Karen previously served as senior vice president for work/family programs at NCNB/NationsBank (now Bank of America). She earned an undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of Rochester, a master's degree in education from Indiana University-Bloomington, and a Ph.D. in leadership and change from Antioch University.
This episode is perfect for anyone interested in leadership in the workplace and lessons learned to live a life of curiosity and contribution.
IN THIS EPISODE
After the conversation, host Mark Peres adds a personal word that begins this way, "When Karen Geiger talks about the value of time and living life on her own terms, I'm drawn to a very different idea of an MBA..."
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