Robert Langewisch
Robert Langewisch

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Lecturer of Leadership

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Bob completed his bachelor's degree in Economics from Northwestern University and spent over 11 years with Andersen Worldwide and Accenture where he focused on customer relationships and information management. During his experience in the corporate world, Bob embarked on his own career change journey, resulting in the completion of his master's degree in counseling psychology at Northwestern University with an emphasis on career psychology. Bob is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Illinois and teaches courses on personal leadership development, facilitates workshops and seminars on career management and professional development, and serves as an executive coach for Kellogg Executive MBA students and alumni.  His clients include individuals at all levels and career stages with an emphasis on developing emerging leaders in a variety of industries and types of organizations including for-profit corporations, not-for-profit organizations, family businesses, and entrepreneurial ventures.

Bob's business experience, successful execution of his own career transition, and training as a counselor combine in a unique way enabling him to understand more fully how professional and personal influences affect professional development, success and satisfaction.  In his work as a professional development coach, Bob helps his clients gain awareness of the strengths they possess, the values that drive and motivate them, and the goals they hope to achieve for themselves and for the communities they impact.  Bob also provides his clients with the tools, guidance, and support that enable them to identify and implement actions that move them and their organizations in the direction of their identified goals.



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Education
M.A., 2005, Counseling Psychology, Northwestern University
B.A., 1990, Economics, Northwestern University

Academic Positions
Leadership Coach, Director of EMBA Leadership Coaching, and Lecturer of Leadership Coaching, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2007-present

Other Professional Experience
Adjunct Executive Coach, Center For Creative Leadership, 2017-present
Career Counselor; Licensed Professional Counselor, Self Employed, 2005-present
Manager, Accenture, 1998-2001
Manager, Andersen Worldwide, 1990-1998

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Full-Time / Evening & Weekend MBA
Personal Leadership Insights (KACI-461-5)
This course was formerly known as MORS 935-C
This course is a unique opportunity for students who are highly motivated and committed to their personal development and growth as a leader. You will partner with a faculty member and Kellogg Leadership Coach who will lead a small group of students through a series of assignments that will help you increase self-awareness and gain clarity about your unique leadership skills, values, strengths and limitations. Classes will meet weekly for 90 minutes. Each class will consist of group discussions and peer coaching exercises around self-reflective assignments that you must prepare prior to class. In addition, you will meet one-on-one with your Kellogg Leadership Coach for two personalized, 45-minute coaching sessions during the quarter. Due to the self-reflective nature of the course, you will not receive a letter grade, but rather “Pass/No Credit” on your transcript for 0.5 credits. The “Pass” designation will be given if you meet the following requirements: 100% attendance (with no exceptions); on time completion of all assignments; honoring the confidential information of others in the group; and preparation and active engagement in all group coaching sessions.
Please note that the 100% attendance policy is non-negotiable across all sections and instructors. Only bid on a section for which you are sure you can attend every class session. Review the abbreviated syllabus for that section to confirm the precise meeting dates.