Holly is the June 2013 featured faculty member.  Read more about Holly and her thoughts on leadership and coaching on the Georgetown ITL website.

ITL announces that we will host an evening premiere on June 12, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Haririi Building on the Georgetown University Campus. The theme of the program is "Developing Leaders for the New Millennium: Introducing the Institute for Transformational Leadership." Designed to engage the audience, this special event invites all to consider the context of the 21st century and the kind of leadership needed to meet today's complex and unprecedented challenges. This is the debut of ITL, featuring Dr. Carol Pearson, editor of The Transforming Leader, and other distinguished speakers. This event is open to the public. Please join us!

On Jan. 25, 2013, MAGUS Group Coaching launched The Leadership Minute, a blog Holly describes as "leadership in 200 words or less."  To date, Holly has authored three blogs, archived here

The Leadership Minute is currently featured on the Official Blog of the Institute for Transformation Leadership at Georgetown University and the Blog of the Metro DC Chapter of ASTD.

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April 16, 2013

web article for december

 Holly Williams, MAGUS founder and Georgetown faculty member, at the official launch of the Institute for Transformational Leadership.

On December 12, 2012, Georgetown University's School of Continuing Studies announced the official launch of the Institute for Transformational Leadership (ITL), an international center for "inquiry, research, and education about the nature and requirements of leadership in the 21st century."

The announcement was the highlight of the annual Leadership Coaching Alumni Conference, held December 12-13, at the Maritime Institute in Linthicum, MD. The conference, entitled "Crossing the Threshold: The New Context for Coaching," also featured speakers, seminars, and programs on emerging leadership topics.

Georgetown began offering leadership courses in 2000, and its leadership program was certified by the ICF in 2003. With the launch of the ITL, the university will be able to emphasize innovation, research, and creation of new models for leadership education and best practices, as well as offer advanced courses and seminars.