Fred Harburg is a Clinical Professor at the Kellogg School of Management and the former Executive Director of the Kellogg Executive Leadership Institute. He provides Boards, CEOs and C-Suite Teams with catalyzing research and growth guidance.
Fred served as the Chief Learning Officer (CLO) and President of Motorola University, CLO at Williams Energy, and Senior Vice President for Leadership and Learning at Fidelity Investments. He began his career as a pilot flying sensitive missions some of which supported the White House. He also served as a flight instructor for some of the first US Air Force female pilots while teaching in the USAF Academy Department of Behavioral Science and Leadership.
He has been a guest lecturer at MIT, Harvard Business School and Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Fred is a senior fellow at PathNorth and is a member of the Johnson and Johnson, Human Performance Instituteâ€™s Thought Leadership Council. Fredâ€™s experience as a leader in corporate, military, and educational organizations, coupled with his capacity to coach leaders to excellence, makes him sought after as a keynote speaker, executive coach, writer, and organizational consultant. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the US Air Force Academy and his MBA from UCLA.
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