The Barry and Marie Lipman Family Prize at the University of Pennsylvania is an annual global prize given to one organization that celebrates leadership and innovation in the social sector with an emphasis on impact and transferability of practices. Winners of the Lipman Family Prize are models for the good they achieve as well as for their approach and implementation. The winner of the Prize tackles universal problems in a local setting by offering an approach, model, or innovation that can be adapted to create a positive impact elsewhere around the globe.
This venture builds upon the programs and facilities of the U.S. Marine Corps for developing leadership at its Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Virginia. Drawing on its famed Leadership Reaction Course and Combat Course, the two-day program provides an intense, hands-on learning experience that emphasizes fast decision-making, team-based problem solving, and effective strategic thinking.
This one-day event was developed to share the New York City Fire Department’s best team-building practices. Participants will be immersed in innovative team-building experiences via the FDNY’s state-of-the-art training simulators designed to strengthen your teamwork skills. Through a variety of teamwork, leadership, problem solving and decision-making scenarios, you will leave better equipped to lead future teams to innovation and success.