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  • GLG is excited to launch our latest video series: Anatomy of a Decision. Each video features industry leaders discussing his or her process for high-stakes decision-making. WATCH: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ5qx

  • GLG is excited to launch our latest video series: Anatomy of a Decision. Each video features industry leaders discussing his or her process for high-stakes decision-making. WATCH: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ5qr

  • Watch how these top professionals get smart and innovate in GLG's new Leading Learners video series. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vII8F

    Leading Learners | GLG

    Often the best professional learning occurs one-on-one. Watch our videos to learn how companies rely on the knowledge of GLG's membership.

  • GLG is proud to announce a new partnership with the CFA Institute, through which we will offer Continuing Education credits for finance industry professionals.

    GLG to Offer CFA Institute Continuing Education Credits

    Professional Learning Platform Approved to Help Finance Professionals Keep Learning New York, New York; November 11, 2015 - GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group, Inc.)

  • Have a look at a recap of our 2015 Social Impact Convening, celebrating the fantastic group of social sector leaders we'll be working and growing with this year!

    2015 GLG Social Impact Fellows

    GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group) Social Impact Fellowship brings together twelve of the world's most promising nonprofit leaders and social entrepreneurs. To kick-off the Fellowship, GLG convened the Fellows for two days of teaching, learning, and networking with the GLG community. This year's class focuses on key challenges including healthcare, poverty, sustainability, and girls' and women's empowerment.

  • Hear from GLG's CEO Alexander Saint-Amand on the mission of the company and the future of professional learning

    GLG's CEO Alexander Saint-Amand on the Future of Professional Learning

    GLG is transforming the way top professionals share expertise and learn. CEO Alexander Saint-Amand discusses how GLG defines professional learning and how professionals learn best on-demand and peer-to-peer. This idea drives GLG's approach to scaling professional learning. The model transformed how investors conduct research and make critical decisions and is taking hold among the most innovative consultancies and operating companies.

  • We are proud to announce our 2015 class of Social Impact Fellows! The group includes 12 leading innovators and nonprofits, chosen from 400+ applicants from across six continents. Their causes include economic development, sustainability, urban innovation, and mobile healthcare. Visit http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIpzG to learn more.

  • GLG CEO Alexander Saint-Amand on why executives need to learn like they're running for president: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vI8Lc

    What CEOs can learn from Trump and Hillary

    At the Republican presidential debate at the Reagan Library in California on Wednesday, the candidates will be tested on their knowledge of immigration reform, ISIS, healthcare policy, and countless other complex issues.

  • We’re thrilled to announce plans for a major expansion to our Austin office space, nearly doubling its size. Clive Wilkinson architects, the acclaimed team behind GLG’s NY headquarters and other spaces like Google’s corporate headquarters, will bring their expertise to the project. The space will be our second to incorporate activity-based working, and will accommodate capacity for 400 employees! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIKJK

  • We're learned a lot from the first year of our Social Impact Fellowship. In a new op-ed, our CEO shares 4 learning principles for the social sector with the Stanford Social Innovation Review. Check it out: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIWdd

    Four Learning Principles for the Social Sector (SSIR)

    Creative solutions to common learning challenges that social innovators face. In 2012, Spirit of America, a nonprofit that provides humanitarian and economic assistance around the world, faced a particularly complex challenge in Mauritania, West Africa. Many believed the country was on the brink of falling under Al Qaeda control.

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