Leadership and Influence

Leadership and Influence

October 2–6, 2017

Program Cost:
Until June 30: $5,400
After June 30: $6,000

Today, leadership is not just a top-down idea. Leadership is needed at every level of every organization to drive innovation and performance and stay competitive in a fast-changing world.

Your success is as much a result of your team's capacity for action as it is a function of your knowledge and abilities. The Leadership and Influence program will develop your management and interpersonal skills so you can more effectively collaborate with and inspire others toward a common goal.

Questions?

Email Dayle Lipsky or call +1-781-239-3915.

What You Will Learn

You will gain new ways to articulate ideas, get high-level buy-in, and motivate and collaborate with colleagues across traditional boundaries. Specifically, you will learn to:

  • Use an entrepreneurial mindset to build shared vision
  • Leverage your strengths for greater effectiveness in working with others
  • Extend your influence across your organization to successfully implement strategies
  • Use reciprocity and power principles to influence colleagues across your organization
  • Lead, coach, and engage your team to share responsibilities and improve performance
  • Manage across differences to enhance effective outcomes

Who Should Enroll

This program is for mid- to senior-level executives at companies across industries who want to successfully collaborate with colleagues at every level. You'll also develop the skills and confidence needed to increase your leadership role within your organization.

Your Faculty Directors

The program is led by Nan Langowitz and Keith Rollag.

Langowitz is professor of management at Babson College. Her research examines entrepreneurial leadership, focusing especially on women, as well as the challenges and opportunities organizations and managers face developing and leveraging talent. Her academic leadership includes being the Founding Director of Babson's Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership, chair of the Management Division and Associate Dean of the F.W. Olin Graduate School at Babson.

Rollag is professor of management and the chair of the management division at Babson College. His research focuses primarily on newcomer socialization and training, organizational culture, social networks, and leadership development.  His latest book What to Do When You're New: How to be Comfortable, Confident and Successful in New Situations was named by Success Magazine as one of the "Best Books of 2015."  

Accommodation/Registration Details

Cost includes program materials, accommodations, and meals at the award-winning Babson Executive Conference Center from 4 p.m. on the first day of the program to noon on the last day. All participants receive a certificate of completion.

Each session has a limited number of participants to preserve the intimacy and collegiality of the experience. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, including available discounts, read our FAQ »

 

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