Wharton School of Business

Limra Leadership Institute Fellow (LLIF) Designation Program

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About the course

With companies across the globe facing increased competition amid a difficult economic environment, even the best leaders are finding it tough to grow their organizations. This joint venture between Wharton and LIMRA International, the final component of the 20-credit LIMRA Leadership Institute Fellow (LLIF) Designation Program, will help you develop leadership capabilities to meet any challenge.

Program Highlights & Benefits

During this week-long program you will:

  • Explore the current business environment of constant change and its implications for senior leaders
  • Discuss business problem solving from an ethical point of view, applying classical theory to today's corporate challenges and strategic decision-making processes
  • Understand the importance of managerial decision-making and critical thinking skills at senior levels and develop a useful framework for making key organizational decisions

Experience & Impact

After completing this in-depth program, you will be better able to lead your organization to continued growth. You will also have earned the LIMRA Leadership Institute Fellow (LLIF) Designation, an internationally recognized credential that illustrates your commitment to professional development and your desire to be a great leader.

The culmination of the 20-credit LLIF Designation Program, this highly interactive program draws on knowledge gained from previous coursework and puts it in a real-world context.

This program is by invitation only and for senior leaders who have completed the requisite LLIF credits. To attend this LIMRA-Wharton program, participants must have earned a total of 15 credits: at least five Leadership credits, at least two Marketing credits, and at least two Financial credits, plus six Elective credits.

Who should attend

Senior financial services leaders who have completed the requisite LLIF credits are invited to attend this program. Leaders must have earned a total of 15 credits — at least five leadership credits, at least two marketing credits, and at least two financial credits, plus six elective credits — before attending.

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Gregory Shea

An awardwinning teacher, consultant and author of numerous books on leadership and change, Greg’s expertise covers organizational and individual change, group effectiveness, and conflict resolution. For over 30 years, he has consulted extensively with senior organizational leaders of companies fa...


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