Shalom Saada Saar is cofounder of the Center for Leadership Development. He is a professor of management practice at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business in Beijing and teaches leadership at MIT. His work focuses on enhancing leadership effectiveness through self-awareness and organizational change. Shalom has consulted with numerous organizations and coached senior executives throughout the world. He has taught at Harvard University, SMU, and China Europe International Business School in Shanghai, and he has delivered speeches on the power of leadership in mobilizing people and organizations. Shalom received his bachelor's degree in economics and psychology from Swarthmore College and master's and doctoral degrees in organizational behavior from Harvard University.
Michael J. Hargrove is cofounder of the Center for Leadership Development. He has led large-scale change efforts for global companies. His work has focused on improving performance by leveraging strategic thinking and collaborative leadership. He received his master's and doctoral degrees in planning and organizational behavior from Harvard University.