Award-winning entrepreneur, cofounder 1440 Multiversity
Scott Kriens, chairman and former CEO of Juniper Networks, has been in the technology industry for more than 35 years. In 1996, he co-founded Juniper Networks, growing the company to $4 billion in global sales and more than 10,000 employees in 100+ countries.
In 2010, Scott and his wife Joanie launched 1440 Foundation, a grantmaking organization committed to the cultivation of truly real and connected relationships, with self and others, as a basis for living well. The work of the Foundation led Scott and Joanie to launch 1440 Multiversity, a 21st century learning destination in the California redwoods of Santa Cruz County.
At his core, Scott is a learner and a builder, committed to finding new ways to tie the world around us to that which is real and powerful within us – whether for the purpose of building teams as a leader in the tech industry or simply as an advocate for the path to living lives of true resonance.
True North Leadership
October 14 - 19, 2018
Sunday - Friday, 5 nights
Join Harvard Business School (HBS) Professor Bill George and former Juniper Networks CEO Scott Kriens for a journey to discover your True North and become a better leader. True North Leadership is based on Bill’s groundbreaking courses at HBS that have helped more than 10,000 leaders, and the Leadership Circles that Scott pioneered so effectively at Juniper. Spend...
What Makes a Good Leader Great?
“People don’t care what you say until they know that you care.” – Scott Kriens, 1440 cofounder What makes a good leader great? Find out from authentic leaders Scott Kriens, Bill George, Dana H. Born, and Gayle Ober at the True North Leadership program October 14 – 19, 2018, at 1440 Multiversity. Watch the video above...
Showing Up As Yourself: Mike Prokopeak and 1440 Cofounder Scott Kriens on Leadership
The most important leadership attribute to bring to the world today is not hand-wringing and wishing the old days would come back, but excitement about all the power of what's in our hands and what's in front of us.