Todd Henshaw, PhD Senior Fellow, Center for Leadership and Change Management, The Wharton School; Distinguished Visiting Professor, Schwarzman Scholars at Tsinghua University; President, Leader Development Associates, President, Leader Development AssociatesAbout Todd: Todd Henshaw teaches Executive Leadership Programs at Wharton. Prior to coming to Wharton, Todd was a Professor at Columbia University, and Academy Professor and Director of Leadership Programs at the United States Military Academy at West Point. A key architect of West Point’s Leader Development System, Todd also served as the inaugural Director of the Eisenhower Leader Development Program, a graduate partnership with Columbia University that prepares Army captains to develop future officers. At Wharton, Todd teaches leadership and leader development to both executives and MBA students, and consults with organizations desiring improvement in leadership at all levels. He has worked to enhance leadership capacity in numerous global organizations, including General Electric, Glaxo Smith Kline, Coca-Cola, Bao Steel, Kuwait Ministry of Finance, Huawei, IBM, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, Novartis, Penske, McKinsey, Bain, McKesson and the National Military Academy of Afghanistan. Todd earned his MBA from The University of Texas at Austin, concentrating in Executive Leadership and Strategy, and a Ph.D. in Business at the University of Kansas, examining leadership development and organizational culture. Executive Education Programs Taught:Advanced Management ProgramTechnology, globalization, and constant change have made the job of leading a business more exciting, complex, and demanding. If you are leading, or are in line to lead your firm, Wharton’s flagship program empowers you to define and act on your purpose as a leader and strengthen your strategic prowess. Receive alumni status. Creating and Leading High-Performing TeamsDevelop your ability to build, effectively lead, and successfully sustain high-performance teams. Explore team dynamics in the classroom, using the latest research and casework, and in highly experiential exercises.