Fred Kofman

Fred Kofman, PhD. in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley, is Google’s Vice President and leadership development advisor, founding president of the Conscious Leadership Center at Tecnológico de Monterrey, and founder and president of the Conscious Business Center International. Previously, he was Vice President of Executive Development at LinkedIn and a co-founder of Axialent, a global consulting company which has delivered leadership programs to more than 15,000 executives around the world. Fred is the author of the trilogy Metamanagement (2001), Conscious Business (2006) and The Meaning Revolution: The Power of Transcendent Leadership (2018).

To learn more about Fred and his work:
● Fred Kofman: http://fredkofman.org/index-ing.php
● LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fkofman/
● Twitter: @fredkofman

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