Landmark Worldwide Presents

Creating Leaders: A New Model

An Evening with Werner Erhard and Professor Michael C. Jensen

Tuesday, November 5 • New York University's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

This special evening features two extraordinary, original thinkers as they engage in a conversation in which you and they will explore a groundbreaking access to being a leader and to the effective exercise of leadership as one’s natural self-expression.

Werner Erhard
Werner Erhard created the breakthrough ideas and methodology on which The Landmark Forum and certain other Landmark programs are based. In addition to the public programs (the est Training and The Forum), his innovative ideas and models of individual, organizational and social transformation have transformed and dramatically elevated the effectiveness and quality of life for millions of people and thousands of organizations worldwide. For more information, visit, a site by the Friends of Werner Erhard.
Professor Michael C. Jensen
Professor Michael C. Jensen, Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration Emeritus, Harvard Business School has authored more than 100 scientific papers on a wide range of economic finance and business related topics. He is coauthor with Kevin Murphy of the book to be published in 2014, CEO Pay and What to Do About It: Restoring Integrity to Both Executive Compensation and Capital-Market Relations. For more information, visit his Harvard faculty and research page.
To read an excerpt on Werner Erhard and Professor Michael C. Jensen’s work on leadership, please see The Handbook for Teaching Leadership, written by leading international scholars and edited by the faculty of the Harvard Business School.
As part of this exploration, Werner Erhard and Professor Michael C. Jensen will address:
  • The requisite foundations for leadership as your natural self-expression (and living a great life)
  • A context that leaves one being a leader and exercising leadership effectively—as one’s natural self-expression
  • What it is to discover for yourself, and the power that is available in doing so
  • The impact of ontological constraints on one’s freedom to be and act
This event is likely to sell out quickly. We want to offer you, and your family, friends and colleagues, the opportunity to purchase tickets in advance before they become publicly available.
Landmark will contribute the net proceeds from the event to the Erhard-Jensen Ontological / Phenomenological Initiative for the development of a new science of leadership.
Date: Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Time: 7:00pm – 9:45pm
Location: New York University’s Skirball
Center for the Performing Arts
60 Washington Square South
New York, NY
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Admission: $125
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