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Leading Through Challenging Times

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Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

May
3,
2021

Course Length:

Less than 1 Week

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

6,200 USD

Location:

Not Provided

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Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

May
3,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

6,200 USD

Location:

Not Provided

Course Description

Research and experience confirm that as uncertainty, threat, and stress mount, leadership matters more. As COVID-19 continues to disrupt, leaders face an extended period of volatility and recovery. Achieving success in this environment, both now and in the future, requires taking the lessons from the past and reframing them for the present in order to confront the uncertainty of the future.Led by Wharton leadership experts who draw on decades of academic and practical experience, Leading through Challenging Times is unique among Wharton leadership programs. It focuses exclusively on how to lead through the most pressing issues facing senior managers today. It is a timely, highly personal, and immediately applicable learning experience.For today’s leaders, three areas matter most — getting your direction right, securing your team’s well-being and high-level functioning, and maintaining your own physical and emotional capacity to take charge. Leading Through Challenging Times focuses on leading yourself, leading others, and setting course in a bold new direction to successfully navigate crisis moments during a turbulent era.

Program Benefits

Not Provided

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

Leading through Challenging Times is designed for senior managers who want to strengthen, advance, and hone their leadership skills to meet their organization’s current and future challenges. With a results-oriented, intensive, interactive learning experience, the curriculum is intended for professionals seeking to broaden their skills for leading other leaders.Fluency in English, written and spoken, is required for participation in Wharton Executive Education programs unless otherwise indicated.

Application Requirements

1620000000

Instructor:

Greg Shea

Contact Person:

Wharton University

Faculty Director:

Michael Useem

University:

University of Pennsylvania

Course Description

Research and experience confirm that as uncertainty, threat, and stress mount, leadership matters more. As COVID-19 continues to disrupt, leaders face an extended period of volatility and recovery. Achieving success in this environment, both now and in the future, requires taking the lessons from the past and reframing them for the present in order to confront the uncertainty of the future.Led by Wharton leadership experts who draw on decades of academic and practical experience, Leading through Challenging Times is unique among Wharton leadership programs. It focuses exclusively on how to lead through the most pressing issues facing senior managers today. It is a timely, highly personal, and immediately applicable learning experience.For today’s leaders, three areas matter most — getting your direction right, securing your team’s well-being and high-level functioning, and maintaining your own physical and emotional capacity to take charge. Leading Through Challenging Times focuses on leading yourself, leading others, and setting course in a bold new direction to successfully navigate crisis moments during a turbulent era.

Program Benefits

Not Provided

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

Leading through Challenging Times is designed for senior managers who want to strengthen, advance, and hone their leadership skills to meet their organization’s current and future challenges. With a results-oriented, intensive, interactive learning experience, the curriculum is intended for professionals seeking to broaden their skills for leading other leaders.Fluency in English, written and spoken, is required for participation in Wharton Executive Education programs unless otherwise indicated.

Application Requirements

Not Provided

Instructor:

Greg Shea

Contact Person:

Wharton University

Faculty Director:

Michael Useem

University:

University of Pennsylvania