Years of research show that leaders are made, not born. KLI is committed to upholding Claremont McKenna's leadership mission by offering students experiences that will challenge them to think, feel, and act as a leader and a changemaker.
The mission of the Kravis Leadership Institute at Claremont McKenna College is to be a premier academic center for the promotion and understanding of responsible, innovative leadership and to provide unique opportunities for CMC students to develop as outstanding real world leaders in the public, private and social sectors.
2/19 Dinner With World Changers - Etosha Cave - Opus 12
2/23 Women and Leadership Workshop
2/26 Dinner With World Changers - Yscaira Jiminez - LaborX
3/1 - 3/2 Annual Kravis - de Roulet Conference
3/2 - 3/3 Women of Color Power and Purpose Forum
The KLI Leadership Competency Model
What is it?
Our Competency model has been proven to develop and maximize leadership potential in individuals. We are the leading institute for leadership research, theory, and practice. Our goal is to help students become the leaders that this world needs through these three competencies.
Join us for a lunch and workshop to learn evidence-based, effective skills for negotiation, as well as strategies for fostering and building strong, supportive mentoring relationships. The conference is designed for 7C college students and alumni at all stages in their professional development.
2018's KDR Conference will be convening award-winning social entrepreneurs, innovators, researchers, and funders: people pioneering new strategies that are changing systems, transforming communities, and improving lives. Join us as we explore new research identifying best practices for organizational success.
Success Redefined: An Interview with Kyle Weiss
Meet Kyle Weiss '15 who started FUNDaFIELD, “a non-profit organization, run by students, dedicated to enriching the lives of less fortunate kids in the developing world through sports