The Leadership Edge: Strategies for the New Leader
Leadership is a journey, not a destination. It is a journey that requires continuously building and refining a set of skills that allow you to guide, inspire, and work with others. The Leadership Edge: Strategies for the New Leader provides the tools you need to lead effectively.
As part of a diverse learning community, you will receive individual feedback while building and learning from a new peer network of fellow participants. Taught by faculty who teach the core content in Wharton’s MBA program and experts who work with high-performing teams such as NASA astronauts and US Naval Academy officers, the program will help you develop the personal leadership skills that will make a positive impact now and throughout your career.
Leadership Edge Program Highlights & Benefits
- Identify your preferred leadership and communication styles
- Lead with emotional intelligence
- Build and leverage your networks
Experience & Impact
The Leadership Edge uses a range of highly interactive approaches to help you advance your leadership capabilities, including lectures, group discussions and projects, assessments, networking, and experiential learning. Daily integration sessions ensure that you acquire key concepts and skills and can apply them to your current role.
Select session topics for The Leadership Edge:
- Identifying your preferred leadership and communication styles
- Leading with emotional intelligence
- Building and using your network
- Conducting After-Action Reviews
Who should attend
The Leadership Edge: Strategies for the New Leader is designed for those who have recently transitioned into the broader responsibilities of a leadership role, and for those who anticipate such a transition. This includes newly promoted managers, executives with a technical or scientific background, and entrepreneurs leading their organizations into new phases of growth. Participants represent a wide range of organizations, from multinationals to startups, and include for-profit, governmental, and non-profit organizations. Their areas of expertise are diverse, and they come from a variety of industries, regions, and cultures.