Mumbai: Harvard Business School (HBS) will host an executive education program, Maximizing Your Leadership Potential - India, from
December 15-18, 2014 at the HBS style classroom, Taj Land's End, Mumbai. The program will explore what it takes to be a successful manager and leader in today's global economy.
"Leadership is a critical element to success—to
move forward, companies need leaders at all levels who can build trust, inspire others, and seize emerging opportunities. Maximizing Your Leadership Potential - India will deepen your understanding of what it takes to be an
exceptional business leader in the 21st century," said Prof. Linda A. Hill, Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration.
Through case studies, assessments, and interactive group discussions, the program
explores ways to adapt management styles to meet new strategic and organizational challenges. The program explores ways to drive change, motivate teams to achieve strategic objectives, and compete successfully in the global
economy. Participants will examine the latest research on effective leadership, analyze cases on a mix of global companies, and reflect on their personal leadership challenges and goals.
Maximizing Your Leadership Potential
- India is designed for senior executives from any industry or sector who have at least 10 years of professional experience. With an emphasis on leadership and management, the program is appropriate for general
managers, chief operating officers, chief administrative officers, managing directors, divisional directors or leaders and functional executives.
"This program is designed to help
participants to nurture and unleash their leadership potential through sessions on emotional intelligence, effective team leadership, and strategic change management," said Prof. Anthony Mayo, Thomas S. Murphy Senior Lecturer of
As with all HBS Executive Education programs, the India portfolio is taught by distinguished HBS faculty using the renowned HBS case-study method. Faculty lectures, interactive exercises, and
diagnostic assessment tools create a dynamic learning environment. The program aims to build long-lasting relationships via the professional network that is created through close interaction with an elite group of Indian and
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