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Navigating Volatility and Uncertainty as an Entrepreneurial Leader

Lead Your Team Through Unprecedented Circumstances

Current events—from a global health outbreak to stock market fluctuations—underscore just how rapidly the world can change. We are in a volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous, and hyper-connected (VUCAH) environment, where leaders must make decisions without all of the data and answers. This new VUCAH world demands new leadership skills. In this program, learn how to become an entrepreneurial leader who can help teams navigate VUCAH more adeptly, and build a culture of innovation where people can be more creative and entrepreneurial.    

Learn Essential Skills

  • Discover the characteristics and actions of successful entrepreneurial leaders
  • Find out how to develop an innovation culture and team of entrepreneurial leaders

Who Should Attend

This program is most suited for leaders who have direct reports, or leaders who are individual contributors. Leaders from any function and company stage or type (startup to large enterprise, private and public sector) will benefit from this program.

Program Details

What You Will Learn

This online program includes live webinars led by Babson College faculty and online sessions you will complete individually. Program materials include videos, presentations, case studies, articles, and assessments. 

Session topics include:

  • Entrepreneurial Leadership Think & Act like a CEO
  • Innovation Culture: Building an Innovation Sandbox
  • Developing Entrepreneurial Leaders

Faculty

This program is led by Babson College Professor Jay Rao, who teaches extensively for Babson Executive Education. His executive teaching and consulting is in the areas of innovation, how firms can implement innovation initiatives, corporate entrepreneurship, and customer experience innovation.

Program Discounts

Special discount available for Babson undergraduate or graduate alumni, current Babson graduate students, and parents of current Babson students and alumni. Please contact Dayle Lipsky at dlipsky@babson.edu or +1-781-239-3915 to receive 50% off the program fee.

 

Requirements

All Babson Executive Education programs are taught in English. To attend, we ask that you can speak, read, and write English to get the most out of our programs.

Why Babson Executive Education?

Babson Executive Education works with organizations and professionals around the world to turn ideas and challenges into opportunity. Babson cultivates an entrepreneurial mindset that is the basis for many of the world’s most innovative businesses and leaders.

Our programs are about more than theory; they’re about action, and equipping you with the practical tools and strategies necessary to have an immediate impact on your organization or business.

What is Entrepreneurial Leadership?

Questions?

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Dayle Lipsky or call +1-781-239-3915