Resilient Leadership

Babson Olin Graduate School of Business

How long?

  • 5 weeks
  • online

Babson Olin Graduate School of Business

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Who should attend

Our resilience business leadership training is for working professionals at any level who are working in complex, dynamic organizations, including well-established firms as well as companies that are starting or growing.

About the course

Navigate Uncertainty with Resilience

Uncertainty is a big part of life, now more than ever. When careers and current events take unpredictable turns, it’s important to meet the moment with grit and flexibility. We call this resilience, and it’s what keeps us moving forward even though our work and personal lives are colliding in new ways, and the future is unknown. This program will help you crystalize your definition of resilience, integrate it into your entrepreneurial leadership style, and transform your team’s culture so it can thrive.

What You Will Learn

In this online business leadership course, you will learn the fundamental concepts, methods, and tools of resilient leadership. You will take an analytical look at resilient moments from your past and use them to identify key strategies and strengths in how you find resilience. Learn how to increase your personal capacity to find resilience, and help others do the same.

Session topics include:

  • How to define and find resilience in your daily routine
  • A research-based look at how entrepreneurial leaders develop greater resilience
  • How to build a culture that supports high-performing, resilient teams

Experts

Scott Taylor

Academic Division: ManagementScott Taylor is an Associate Professor of organizational behavior at Babson College, a research fellow with the Coaching Research Lab at Case Western Reserve University, and a core member of the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations (CREIO...

Vanessa Druskat

Vanessa is Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior. She is an applied social psychologist who uses her deep knowledge of social systems to help answer real-world questions facing organizations like: How should self-managing teams lead themselves? How should a leader lead a self-managing te...

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