- Solving Key People Problems
- Creative thinking and intellectual generosity
- High level of performance and contribute to their own lives, to the lives of their families, and to their organizations and society.
Dr. Gerald D. Bell has taught Business Schools and the London School of Business. His award-winning Power, Politics and Leadership class—rated by Forbes as a “Don’t miss”—is a perennial favorite for up-and-coming M.B.A.s
Dr. Gerald D. Bell – The famous Bell Tower has chimed for decades as an hourly motivator to students on their paths to adult lives of dedicated work and achievement. Close to campus, another Bell, just as treasured as the tower, educates and inspires today’s business elite in self-mastery and world-class achievement.
Mention Bell to executives from Pfizer, Kraft, Marsh Advantage America, or Sovereign Bank, and you may be treated to an impromptu lesson on Bell’s leadership development strategies. Visit The Biltmore Company, Progress Energy, Trammell Crow Company, Walt Disney Imagineering, or the member companies of the Urban Land Institute, and you’ll undoubtedly spy a few of Dr. Bell’s instructive Achiever models on display. Dr. Bell’s creative thinking and intellectual generosity have earned him a national and global reputation as one of the highest-rated advisors on leadership. Organizations such as the Young Presidents Organization and the Chief Executives Organization call on him again and again for his plain, unaffected yet deeply thought-provoking delivery.
Dr. Bell founded Leadership, a consulting firm that works with CEOs and other senior leaders to provide their organizations with advanced leadership development. Two of Dr. Bell’s most striking attributes are his effectiveness and his passion for his mission—helping leaders increase their effectiveness so that they can achieve high level of performance and contribute to their own lives, to the lives of their families, and to their organizations and society.
Dr. Bell has conducted leadership-training sessions for approximately 500,000 leaders in more than 4,700 organizations from over 85 countries.