Center for Leadership Communication
 

Boundless Potential 
From CLC Chairman
Mark S. Walton and
McGraw-Hill, the world’s leading business publisher, comes the breakthrough guide to life and work reinvention based on the latest discoveries in neuroscience.

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A Focus on Lifelong Leadership

The Center for Leadership Communication is an education and communication enterprise with a focus on leadership and exceptional achievement at every stage of life.

For nearly two decades, CLC has provided high potential men and women with leadership development courses, seminars and workshops at top-ranked academic institutions, corporate universities, management training events, retreats and conferences nationwide.

Our clients include executives and professionals at many of the world’s leading companies and organizations, among them: Bank of America, The College Board, Deutsche Bank, Dow Chemical, Duke Energy, General Electric Corporation, GlaxoSmithKline, NASA, Toyota Motor Sales and the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.

Mark WaltonThe Center was founded by Mark S. Walton, a Professor of Leadership in the U.S. Navy’s Advanced Management Program, faculty member at the top-ranked Senior Executive Institute and Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and an internationally-acclaimed business author and journalist.

CNNPrior to entering the leadership development field, Mark was Chief White House and Senior Correspondent at CNN. He is a recipient of broadcast journalism’s premier honors, including the coveted Peabody Award, the National Headliner Award, the Ohio State Journalism Award, the Ace Award and numerous others. 

 

PBS-TV Special 
In this paradigm-shattering
PBS-TV network special,
CLC's Mark S. Walton
provides practical advice,
clear direction and real-world
inspiration, based on his
seven years of research
into remarkably reinventive
men and women.

PBS-TV Special
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“Provides compelling portraits of people who have reinvented their lives, explores the science of lifelong potential, and explains how individuals can create work they love.”

-Wall Street Journal