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Seth Kahan is a man on a mission…a mission to accelerate visionary leaders success through impact and profitability on a grand scale.
Widely recognized as being on the forefront of Visionary Leadership and trusted advisor to over 100 CEOs, Seth is a sought after business strategy specialist, a respected thought leader and convener on Grand Challenges and the author of the business bestsellers, Getting Change Right, and Getting Innovation Right. His next book Grand Challenge: How Leaders Grow their Businesses by Addressing the World’s Most Intractable Problems, a collaboration with Julie Jordan Avritt, will be available soon.
Seth began in 1995 helping Steve Denning introduce Knowledge Management at the World Bank. From there he went on to work with President Jim Wolfensohn and Director Gaddi Vasquez of the Peace Corps. Since that time, over 100 executives tasked with high-value change, innovation, and growth have relied upon Seth Kahan to help them achieve remarkable results that transform the world and grow their organizations.
Seth’s proven results working with CEO’s to achieve their large-scale change, innovation, growth and strategies, have earned him the designation of Thought-leader and Exemplar in Change Leadership by the Society for Advancement of Consulting®. He is a regular contributor to CEO Update and Associations Editor, Innovation Excellence. Seth has also been featured as an expert on Grand Challenges in Lisa McLeod’s book, “leading with noble purpose; How to Create a Tribe of True Believers” and “Charting Change; A visual toolkit for making change stick” by Braden Kelley and Guest faculty for the Leading Learning Symposium sponsored by Tagoras.
In addition to being a dedicated husband and father, Seth actively contributes as a board member for the American Geophysical Union, Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind, and the Council of Better Business Bureaus.
Seth founded Visionary Leadership as the umbrella organization under which he works with visionary leaders, helping them achieve remarkable results that transform the world and grow their organizations.
“Kahan informs leaders on how they can strategically and logistically enact change.”
–Bill George, Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School