Around the world, financial companies face critical challenges—a weak global recovery, unstable economies, high unemployment, low consumer spending, and heavy government debt. To help financial executives tackle these cross-border issues, Harvard Business School offers Leadership in Financial Organizations. This program delivers the leadership strategies and industry insights you need to build a global platform and hold a competitive edge in today's evolving world economy.
Drawing on their extensive industry expertise, faculty cochairs Boris Groysberg and Paul M. Healy will explore critical issues in leadership, change management, ethics, and talent management. You will emerge ready to improve financial performance and drive business growth in any economic climate.
Leadership in Financial Organizations examines a broad range of industry, strategy, leadership, and organizational topics. Through global case studies, lectures, interactive exercises, and surveys, you will analyze the complex leadership challenges confronting financial institutions around the world.
This program is designed for managing directors and other high-level executives of established global financial institutions. Typical organizations represented include insurance companies, investment and commercial banks, asset management firms, hedge funds, and private equity firms.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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