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Who should attend
- High-potential leaders preparing to take on increasing levels of responsibility and challenge as they move into more senior leadership/management roles
- High-impact executives with a proven track record of success and seven to ten years of management experience — from any size company, any industry, and any country
About the course
Develop a leadership style and an action plan tailored to your personal objectives that inspire innovation in your team, your company, and the world.
Live Online Program
Power. Influence. Collaboration. Learn to master all three in Leadership Strategies: The Effective Use of Power. This one-week, live online program explores the sources and uses of power and teaches influence strategies to help you become a more collaborative and successful leader.
You’ll experience world-class faculty, cutting-edge research, personalized coaching, and an interactive approach to learning. Engage directly with faculty through real-time lectures, Q&A, and office hours. Collaborate and connect with other senior executives through discussions and group-based exercises. And, immediately apply new insights and frameworks to create a personalized 100-day action plan.
To help you stay accountable and increase your chances of success, you’ll get 3 months of an unlimited coaching plan at BetterUp after the program ends. The virtual coaching experience is entirely customized for you and your goals. Once you’ve established a baseline for critical skills, mindsets, and behaviors, your coach will leverage the latest evidence-based research in learning theory and behavioral science to help you continuously practice and grow.
Whether you’re a high-potential leader preparing to take on more responsibility or a high-impact executive with a proven track record of success, you’ll learn the essential communication, collaboration, and coaching skills you need to empower and inspire your teams.
Explore the dynamics of power, learn strategies for influencing others, and become a more collaborative and successful leader.
- Learn how your personal leadership style impacts those around you
- Develop strategies for using personal power to build strong mutual-influence relationships within your organization
- Build a strong, cohesive team by leveraging the leadership potential of all members
- Create a personalized leadership action plan to make you more effective and accountable back at work
How does your personal leadership style impact others? How can you apply influence without authority? How do you manage upward and downward within your organization?
Leadership Strategies: The Effective Use of Power focuses on the personal and the practical. You’ll learn strategies for using your personal power to build strong, mutual-influence relationships within your organization. You’ll develop practical tools you can implement right away to manage and inspire teams. And you’ll receive personalized coaching after the program ends to help you practice and improve.
Below is just a sample of the sessions you’ll experience as part of the program.
Scaling Up Excellence
Leaders are in a race to build organizations that are not only bigger but better. A problem, however, is how does one restore the soul of a startup in large companies. We draw on award-winning research and Silicon Valley case studies to present practical tools to avoid scaling traps, and to create domino chains of excellence in organizations as they strive to sustain scale.
Leading change requires building influence and creating alliances so that others want your efforts to be successful. It requires vision and the ability to turn that vision into reality.
Other Selected Sessions:
- Neuroscience and the Connection to Exemplary Leadership
- Acting with Power
Research Statement Margaret Neale’s research focuses primarily on negotiation and team performance. Her work has extended judgment and decision-making research from cognitive psychology to the field of negotiation. In particular, she studies cognitive and social processes that produce departures ...
Research Statement Jeffrey Pfeffer has published extensively in the fields of organization theory and human resource management. His current research focuses on the relationship between time and money, power and leadership in organizations, economics language and assumptions and their effects on ...
Research Statement Professor Rao studies collective action within organizations and in markets. His research and by implication, his teaching, revolves around scaling up mobilization, innovation, and talent in organizations. Teaching Statement Professor Rao teaches courses on Scaling up Excellenc...
Bio Shelley Correll is professor of sociology and (by courtesy) organizational behavior at Stanford University. She is also the Barbara D. Finberg Director of the Clayman Institute for Gender Research and the founding director of the Center for the Advancement of Women’s Leadership. Professor Cor...
Research Statement Baba Shiv's research expertise is in the area of neuroeconomics, with specific emphasis on the role of neural structures related to emotion and motivation in shaping decisions and experiences. His recent work examines the interplay of the brain’s "liking" and "wanting" systems ...
Research Statement Professor Lowery's research seeks to extend knowledge of individuals' experience of inequality and fairness. His work suggests that individuals distinguish between inequalities framed as advantage as opposed to disadvantage. This finding affects how individuals perceive inequal...
Research Statement Using the methods of experimental social psychology, Professor Monin's research investigates the interplay between self-image and morality. He seeks to understand for instance when individuals behave unethically, and how they live with it; the consequences of high or low moral ...
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