Date, Location, & Fees

Nov. 16 – 20, 2020
Philadelphia, PA
$11,280
May 3 – 7, 2021
Philadelphia, PA
$11,280

Description

Make the transition from new manager to leader in your organization. Gain insights into your decision-making processes and develop your authentic leadership style. Find new and effective ways to motivate, inspire and influence your team and colleagues.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Learn a behavior-based approach to leadership to accelerate your development
  • Leverage your preferred communication style to better articulate your ideas
  • Put new knowledge and skills to the test in hands-on experiences

Audience

Those who have transitioned into broader leadership responsibilities, including entrepreneurs and executives with a technical background

Academic Director

Nancy Rothbard, PhDDavid Pottruck Professor; Professor of Management; Chairperson, Management Department, The Wharton School

Date, Location, & Fees

Nov. 2 – 6, 2020
Philadelphia, PA
$11,280
May 24 – 28, 2021
Philadelphia, PA
$11,280

Description

Drawing on key faculty and content from Wharton’s top-ranked MBA program, this program introduces you to the critical business concepts every successful manager needs to understand in marketing, finance, strategy, negotiations, and leadership.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Gain fundamental knowledge in multiple business topics
  • Apply learning to your current challenges through personal assessments and daily integration sessions
  • Includes a post-program “check-in” webinar with Wharton faculty

Audience

Managers with extensive experience in one functional area and those with a non-business education

Academic Director

Gad Allon, PhDJeffrey A. Keswin Professor; Professor of Operations, Information, and Decisions; Director, Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology, The Wharton School

Date, Location, & Fees

Nov. 9 – 12, 2020
Philadelphia, PA
$9,375
May 18 – 21, 2021
Philadelphia, PA
$9,375

Description

There’s an art and science to making strategic business decisions. Explore the best practices and behaviors that lead to good decision-making habits. Learn how to effectively use critical thinking in business and gain a deeper understanding of the role personal judgment and emotions play in the decision-making process.

Highlights & Benefits

  • Learn to harness critical thinking, personal judgment, and emotions in decision making
  • Make better decisions under uncertainty
  • Improve individual, group, and organizational decisions

Audience

Executives who are moving from tactical to strategic roles and those involved in cross-functional decisions

Academic Director

Maurice Schweitzer, PhDCecilia Yen Koo Professor; Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions; Professor of Management, The Wharton School



Contact Us

Schedule a personalized consultation to discuss your professional goals:

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