Zander Grawshow

Alexander “Zander” Grashow

Founder and CEO, Good Wolf Group

Alexander “Zander” Grashow has made it his mission to build evolutionary capacity. A recognized authority on leadership and change, he has been a confidential advisor to presidents, activists and change agents in their most critical moments of transition. Zander is a renowned facilitator, speaker and advisor to leaders around the world, with a broad reach into the global business, philanthropic, entrepreneurial and creative communities.

For the last two decades, Zander has created programs that are uplifting, challenging, highly interactive and grounded on the principle that the capacity to adapt and evolve is vital to each of us. He has shown repeatedly that these capacities can be internalized quickly and deployed effectively to create new value, well-being and contribution.

With a deep commitment to sharing what works, Alexander co-authored Adaptive Leadership: Tools and Tactics for Changing the World, from Harvard Business Press.  He was also co-author of the Harvard Business Review article entitled “Leadership in a Permanent Crisis.”

In 2015, Zander founded Good Wolf Group as the next evolution in leadership, business and personal development practice. He performs his work with a mix of logic, creativity, truth and grace.

Contributions

Mobilizing Change: Scenario Planning and Choice Making for a Better Future

Posted on April 27, 2020 by Alexander “Zander” Grashow

seven doors in a room - decision making and choices
NCFP has invited Zander Grashow to share some of the ideas, tools, and practices to help guide us through this adaptive chapter of our collective history. This two-part series will include content sharing, small group time with peers, large group reflections and Q&A. Attendance is not mandatory for both sessions, but together, they certainly build a more coherent set of… Read More

Intro to Adaptive Leadership: Leading in Times of Great Change

Posted on April 27, 2020 by Alexander “Zander” Grashow

four paper boats with a red boat leading the way
NCFP has invited Zander Grashow to share some of the ideas, tools, and practices to help guide us through this adaptive chapter of our collective history. This two-part series will include content sharing, small group time with peers, large group reflections and Q&A. Attendance is not mandatory for both sessions, but together, they certainly build a more coherent set of… Read More

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