Bob Halperin and Andy Billings will lead this webinar.
Date to be determined soon!
- For decades, thousands of CEOs and other executives have participated in peer support groups, often called “forums,” under the auspices of Young Presidents Organization and other professional associations. These forums provide a confidential, safe place for members to wrestle with their toughest challenges and discuss their highest aspirations. Why do busy executives make these monthly, half-day meetings an absolute priority? What principles and protocols contribute to their success? And what can corporate leaders learn from the world of forum to bring back to their own organizations?
Who Should Attend
ICEDR Webinars are intended for everyone within your organization.
Partner corporations can send an unlimited number of participants.
Bob is a Research Affiliate at, and previously served as Executive Director of, the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence. He is also chairman of the Academic Board of the Emeritus Institute of Management, co-founder of Alumni Forum Services, a company that brings Harvard Business School alumni and other executives together for confidential, peer group discussions of important business and personal issues, and a certified forum facilitator for Young Presidents Organization. Bob served previously as Chief Education Officer of YPO, and has held senior leadership positions in executive education at Harvard Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, and Babson College. Bob is a featured expert on the Harvard Business Review Management Channel on the subject of “The Power of Peer Support Groups.”
Head, Profitable Creativity, Electronic Arts
As the VP of Profitable Creativity at Electronic Arts, Andy Billings is passionate about energizing executives, managers, and teams to shape their professional future and transform how they do business through innovation, product development, and organization building. In short, he works with others to find the right path toward success and profitability. His roles at EA include organizational transformation, high potential leader development and executive development. Outside of EA, Andy is an innovation advisor with start-ups and established organizations facing disruptive change. Prior to EA, Andy held leadership positions in management consulting and at Stanford University.