Noah Nuer

Noah Nuer


Noah is LaL’s Chairman of the Board, as well as a co-designer and co-facilitator of LaL’s public and in-house programs. As LaL’s CEO from 1999-2009, he oversaw a period of unprecedented growth in the company, significantly innovated the LaL methodology, and collaborated with many leading academics in the fields of Psychology and Leadership. He was also instrumental in helping management teams at Fairchild Semiconductor, Sandia National Laboratories and numerous other organizations clarify their goals and overcome barriers to change.

He is a graduate of the Institut Superieur de Gestion (ISG), an international business school where he studied in France, New York and Tokyo. He is a co-author of “The Insatiable Quest for Self-Worth” published in the Psychological Inquiry, and “Do People Need Self-Esteem?” in Psychological Bulletin, an American Psychological Association (APA) publication. He has spoken at Stanford, Berkeley and University of Michigan. Noah is also the CEO of BSC Productions, a French film production company he founded in 1996. He has over fifteen years of visual arts production experience and has directed and co-produced 12 films and documentaries, including the award winning feature film “Get a Way.”

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