“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete” – Buckminister Fuller

ABOUT AHMAD

Ahmad is strategist, educator, and entrepreneur focused on transforming education. Globally recognized as an authority on the future of learning, talent and economy, Ahmad helps leaders learn deeply about complex global challenges and big shifts impacting their organization, region and community, and offer leadership solutions to adapt for change. He advises on program innovation, career education, executive leadership, workforce development and community partnerships.

Ahmad is the managing partner of a global education, consulting and venture company that develops a portfolio of brands for lifelong learners to access leadership, talent and personal development training through online courses, workshops, catalyst events, media channels, learning journeys and change labs.

A sought-after speaker, Ahmad shares his insights on a broad range of topics with audiences worldwide through keynotes, panel discussions, and executive sessions at premiere events. He also produces and pens on various media platforms, authors deep futures research, host a podcast and a leadership blog.

LEADERSHIP THAT TRANSFORMS

Ahmad is a strategist, educator, entrepreneur and a thought leader on the talent economy. He helps leaders learn deeply about complex global challenges and big shifts impacting their organization, region and community, and offer leadership solutions to adapt for change.

A sought-after speaker, Ahmad shares his insights on a broad range of topics with audiences worldwide through keynotes, panel discussions, and executive sessions at premiere events like Swissnex “Future of Leadership” conference, US Congressional Panel on Biotechnology and Jobs and the ILA London conference.

Ahmad also pens for various media platforms, authors deep futures research, and explores transformational perspectives at his blogmag – LeadershipDisrupted.com – on leadership challenges at the intersection of innovation, society and globality.

Early Life:

MIS-ADVENTURES IN THE CITY

“It’s time to bust out of this L7 and take the world for a spin” was my existential senior quote, as I prepared to walk out the doors of St. Ignatius College Preparatory. This would essentially be the mantra that set the course of my life as a contrarian. I knew from my early days as a mischievous kid growing up in my beloved neighborhood, The Fillmore (aka “Fillmoe”), and roaming the streets of San Francisco, that I would not fit in the proverbial box. My life would be lived in beta, experiential, as a paradox.

Podcast: TALENT LAB