Charles Vogl is an executive consultant and author. He works with leaders in tech, finance, media, government and social change organizations to make them more effective in creating change.
This work includes helping leaders strengthen critical relationships and inspire communities to action. He lectures, leads workshops with groups and works individually with a few leaders.
He draws from the realm of spiritual traditions to understand how individuals build loyalty, strengthen identification with a community, and motivate actions consistent with group values. These principles apply to both secular and spiritual leadership.
This includes teaching leaders how to quickly connect with others in authentic ways. When we communicate in powerful ways, we can generate inspiration, excitement, and commitment in others.
Charles’ experiences include international human rights advocacy, social change leadership and internationally awarded nonﬁction media. He studied business management and spiritual traditions at Yale University.
He is a regular guest lecturer at the Yale School of Management and Yale Leadership Institute. At the Yale Law School, he co-founded the Visual Law Project.