This program helps you strengthen yourself, your people, and your organization so you can deal with the current times with clarity, wisdom, resilience, and agility
HOW WILL you ADVANCE?
Avoid making bad decisions.
Center yourself and inspire others.
Program Topics include:
Participants learn how to avoid making the wrong leadership decisions under pressure and how to leverage the situation to remind stakeholders, their teams, and themselves of their core values. They also identify how to learn from the crisis, walking away better equipped to lead through the inevitable challenges of tomorrow.
Faculty Co-Director Kravis Professor of Business
Columbia Business School
Paul Ingram’s research examines the intersection between culture and social networks. Recent papers investigate questions such as the role of value similarity to foster business networks, determinants and outcomes of individuals’ fit in organizational cultures, and influences on ethical decision making.
Faculty Co-Director Professor of Practice
Columbia Business School Founder, Mentora, the Institute for Life and Leadership
Hitendra Wadhwa is regularly involved with many Fortune 500 corporations in strategy consulting and leadership development. His widely acclaimed research and teaching on leadership have been covered by Fortune, Psychology Today, BBC World Service, Financial Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Along with Professors Ingram and Wadhwa, additional Columbia Business School faculty may contribute to and teach in the program.
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ROTMAN-UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Thrive and lead your team through the age of disruption with grace and confidence
HENLEY BUSINESS SCHOOL
A unique leadership programme that can act as a significant turning point in a participant’s career, as a catalyst for change of mindset and performance
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire
COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL
Improve your effectiveness in working with individuals and teams by developing your essential leadership abilities