Carey Business School

Foundations of Leadership & Management

Available dates

Feb 24—26, 2020
3 days
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
USD 3800
USD 1266 per day
Apr 22—24, 2020
3 days
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
USD 3800
USD 1266 per day
Jun 8—10, 2020
3 days
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
USD 3800
USD 1266 per day

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About the course

This course exposes participants to the fundamentals of leading and managing in teams or units. As the required foundational course for the Management Development Certificate (but open to any Carey Executive Education participant), this course equips participants to lead with purpose and incorporate core knowledge and skills from research on leadership and organizations into their daily practices. Specifically, the course will help participants understand how to better form teams and make strategic decisions, how to leverage group processes and personal networks to be more effective as a leader, and how to select and motivate the right people to join your team or unit.

Learn the day-to-day functions of leaders and managers as you take part in hands-on, collaborative learning experience with industry peers. Explore fundamental research-based principles that you can learn and grow from whether you're a first-time manager, middle manager, or seasoned business leader. This course is grounded in social science research and taught by renowned faculty that are experts in the leadership space.

Who should attend

  • Rising managers
  • Experienced business leaders
  • Current managers looking to rise to the next level of management
  • Team leaders and decision-makers across industries

Trust the experts

Brian Gunia

Brian Gunia, PhD (Management & Organizations, Northwestern University) joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2011. He is an Associate Professor in the research track. Brian studies three ways that people commonly jeopardize their careers: by acting unethically, negotiating ineffec...

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Colleen Stuart

Areas of Interest: Organizational Behavior Biography Colleen Stuart, PhD (Organizational Behaviour, University of Toronto) joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2013. She is an Assistant Professor in the research track with expertise in the areas of collaborative work, social ...

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Christopher Myers

Areas of Interest: , Organizational Behavior,, Knowledge Management,, Leadership Development,, Healthcare Organizing Biography Christopher G. Myers, PhD (Management & Organizations, University of Michigan) is an Assistant Professor in the research track at the Johns Hopkins Carey Busi...

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Executive Education: Foundations of Leadership and Management

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