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Leadership Development and Communications Program
Adjunct Lecturer in Leadership Development and Communications
Jodi Glickman is passionate about developing leaders—both seasoned
executives and next-generation talent. As the CEO and founder of Great on the
Job, Jodi and her team have reached hundreds of thousands of the brightest
minds across corporate America and academia—working with many of the
most influential organizations and iconic brands—counting LinkedIn, JP
Morgan, Abbott, and Harvard Business School among their longest standing
Jodi has appeared on the TEDx stage (Why You Should Stop Looking for Work You
Love), she is the author of the critically acclaimed book Great on the Job, What to
Say, How to Say It, The Secrets of Getting Ahead (St. Martin’s Press), she is a writer
for the Harvard Business Review and a leading voice on LinkedIn Learning (2.9 million
views and counting). Jodi lives in Boulder, CO with her husband and three
children. She enjoys hiking, biking and eating hot fudge sundaes, not necessarily in
Jodi regularly contributes to media outlets and her career advice has been featured
in the New York Times, USA Today, US News & World Report, Business Week,
Fortune, Forbes, WSJ finance, CNN Money, Glamour, Shape, Real Simple, Chicago
Tribune, Huffington Post, and many more.
Jodi is a former Peace Corps volunteer (Southern Chile) turned investment banker
(Goldman Sachs) turned communication expert. She received her MBA from the
Johnson School at Cornell where she was a Park Leadership Fellow and received a
full-ride scholarship to business school.
Before turning to the world of finance, Jodi was a policy analyst at the U.S. EPA and
did stints at the White House and Governor’s Office of Illinois. She has a B.S. in
Social Policy, Magna Cum Laude, from Northwestern University’s School of
Education and Social Policy.
She is a former member of the Northwestern University Council of 100, and a former
board member of Readworks.org and Trustee of the Brooklyn Children’s Museum.