The COLE Insights Collection features leadership insights from leaders in our network, with insights focusing on a common theme. During the 2014-2015 Academic Year, the center explored the theme – Defining, Identifying, and Cultivating “It”. As part of an education institution, our work revolves …
Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics
COLE adds top leaders to Advisory Board
The Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics (COLE) continues to add top leaders to its advisory board. Edith Cooper, EVP and Global Head of Human Capital Management, Goldman Sachs, David Kohler, President & CEO of Kohler Co., and R.C. …
Are You Including Men in the Conversation on Gender Equality?
As we engage leaders across private, public, and social sectors at the Coach K Center, what we hear is this: For our society to reach a point where gender doesn’t factor into the promotion of talent, the dialogue needs to …
Sim Sitkin named Michael W. Krzyzewski University Professor
COLE’s founding Faculty Director, Sim B. Sitkin named Michael W. Krzyzewski University Professor in Leadership. Congratulations to Sim on this well-deserved honor!
The Future of Leadership in the Electric Utility Industry
COLE and the Center for Energy, Development, and the Global Environment (EDGE), teamed up to explore how three trends are shaping the future of leadership in the electric utility industry. Workforce demographic shifts, transformative industry change, and the changing nature …
COLE Leadership Fellows
COLE fellows play a key role in building and representing the leader of consequence culture at Fuqua. This select group of second-year Duke MBA students become facilitators and personal coaches for incoming first-year students and their teams.
COLE LifeChats Collection
A part of our Women's Leadership Initiative, the COLE LifeChats Collection features stories of remarkable women leaders, and their lessons for success achieved through overcoming obstacles, doubts, and major challenges.
The NDLR Conference brings together leading and emerging scholars to share diverse perspectives in ways that will generate advances in scholarship on leadership and ethics. It is convened by a COLE-led consortium of schools – Duke, Erasmus, University of Pennsylvania and INSEAD.