In today's global economy, a company's long-term success is determined by the ability of its senior executives to lead effectively through periods of economic uncertainty. To help business leaders achieve their corporate agenda, Harvard Business School (HBS) has developed Leadership for Senior Executives. This Executive Education program prepares you to manage during adversity, drive employee and customer satisfaction, and maintain the strategic discipline to succeed during periods of growth and recession.
By integrating current research with proven techniques, this leadership development program provides unique perspectives on personal leadership and ways to drive customer-strategic thinking across the enterprise. You will leave with best practices to manage teams, handle adversity, and define your personal leadership style.
This intensive program explores innovative ways of applying your personal leadership style to lead change and make decisions in tough situations. Through self-assessment and group exercises, you will acquire new strategies for the critical challenges you face, both professionally and personally.
This program is designed for senior executives and executive team members with significant management responsibilities at large established companies. It is particularly appropriate for chief operating officers, chief accounting officers, chief financial officers, senior vice presidents, senior human resource professionals, and divisional leaders.
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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