Enhance your ability to creatively problem-solve for the demands of today’s workforce.
What You'll Learn
Senior leaders face an unprecedented number of challenges in today's rapidly-changing business environment, from an evolving workforce to complex strategic issues. To succeed in this dynamic business environment, senior leaders must ask better questions, leverage a diverse workforce, and address the complex problems our organizations face in new ways.
During this interactive 3-day program, you will build upon your proven leadership skills with new insights, frameworks and tools to inspire yourself and better lead your team and organization. Reflective exercises, a leadership assessment instrument (Hogan), application activities, and case studies will help you work through modern-day dilemmas and solve problems using both critical and creative thinking. Small and large group discussions will focus on addressing the paradoxes of effective leadership at the executive level.
- Examine what in organizational leadership is evolving – and what is remaining the same – and develop insight into how to address new and emerging senior leadership challenges
- Understand the multipliers and diminishers of effective leadership, and how to evolve as senior leaders
- Build and sustain greater levels of motivation and trust through more strategic leadership
- Earn a Certificate of Participation from the Harvard Division of Continuing Education
Who Should Enroll
- Leadership in today's business world: what’s similar, what’s different, and why the stakes are higher
- Inspiring and motivating a diverse talent team
- Solving complex problems using both critical and creative thinking
- Managing modern-day dilemmas
- Addressing the tradeoffs, tensions, and dilemmas we face as senior leaders
- Future-proofing our organizations and ourselves
This program is intended for senior managers with at least 10 years of management experience and proven leadership skills who want to enhance their capabilities to lead at higher levels in the organization.