Leadership Programs That Get Results
Entrepreneurial leaders share three defining characteristics that make them different from every other type of leader. They are strong risk managers. They are exceptional uncertainty navigators. They are highly skilled ambiguity explorers. These three traits work together, enabling entrepreneurial leaders to take action, solve problems, and create value while others are still analyzing the situation.
At Babson College, we believe that entrepreneurial leadership is both a mindset and a skillset, and we know it can be taught. Entrepreneurial leaders turn problems into opportunities that create economic and social value, for themselves, for their organizations, and for society at large.
With a $50 million gift from the Blank Family Foundation, Babson has established the Arthur M. Blank School for Entrepreneurial Leadership. This new school will create opportunities for the entire Babson College community to lead change, solve global problems, and create value across business and society. Entrepreneurial leadership is also taught throughout Babson's undergraduate, graduate, and executive education programs, and Babson Academy supports today's educators as they develop teaching strategies to empower tomorrow's entrepreneurial leaders.