Helping companies invest in their most promising and talented executives, the High Potentials Leadership Program readies emerging leaders for managing today's toughest business challenges while illuminating pathways for long-term success. You will learn how to lead under pressure, champion change, build teams, and develop effective leadership throughout the organization.
Gleaning from the insights of faculty experts, the experiences of successful leaders, and the latest research on management and leadership, you will be ready to embrace increasing levels of responsibility—and success—throughout your career. You will be prepared for both the risks and the opportunities that accompany new roles.
Faculty lectures, case studies, videos, group discussions, and workshops provide a rich learning experience that immerses you in the qualities of an effective leader and the range of challenges facing today's leaders. You will balance group learning with targeted exercises that help you assess and improve your own leadership style while practicing new skills in an invigorating environment.
Meeting the needs of top performers who want to grow as leaders, the High Potentials Leadership Program is designed for high-impact, fast-track individuals with more than 10 years of experience in roles of increasing responsibility. Teams are welcome.
The Leadership Initiative at Harvard Business School was created as a catalyst to achieve the School's mission to: "…educate leaders who make a difference in the world." Since its inception, HBS has been committed to shaping business leaders with the integrity and capacity to build world-class organizations. Today, the Leadership Initiative seeks to ensure that HBS remains at the forefront of leadership research and development for the 21st century and beyond.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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