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Resilient Leadership

Navigate Uncertainty with Resilience

Uncertainty is a big part of life, now more than ever. When careers and current events take unpredictable turns, it’s important to meet the moment with grit and flexibility. We call this resilience, and it’s what keeps us moving forward even though our work and personal lives are colliding in new ways, and the future is unknown. This program will help you crystalize your definition of resilience, integrate it into your entrepreneurial leadership style, and transform your team’s culture so it can thrive.

Learn Essential Skills

  • Learn how to define and find resilience in your daily routine  
  • Discover what recent research has taught us about how entrepreneurial leaders can develop greater resilience
  • Find out how to build a culture that supports high-performing, resilient teams

Who Should Attend

This program is for working professionals at any level who are working in complex, dynamic organizations, including well-established firms, as well as companies that are starting or growing.

Program Details

What You Will Learn

In this online course, you will learn the fundamental concepts, methods, and tools of resilient leadership. The program includes live webinars led by faculty and online sessions you will complete individually. Program materials include individual assignments, group work, discussion boards, optional office hours, and readings that will help you and teams you work with become more resilient

Faculty

This program is led by Babson College Associate Professor Scott Taylor and University of New Hampshire Associate Professor Vanessa Druskat

Award-winning researcher and professor, Taylor studies the various approaches organizations use to assess and develop their leaders, evaluates the effectiveness of those approaches, and develops new approaches to improve leader assessment and development. Taylor has taught and consulted for executives and working professionals from leading organizations around the world. His research has been featured in a number of publications including Harvard Business Review, MSNBC, Bloomberg Businessweek, and The Wall Street Journal blog.

Druskat is an associate professor of organizational behavior at the Peter T. Paul College of Business & Economics at the University of New Hampshire. Internationally recognized as an expert on the role of emotion and emotional intelligence in effective leadership and team performance, she is an award-winning teacher and researcher who has authored and co-authored over three dozen research articles.

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. For other discounts and your eligibility, reach out to Dayle Lipsky.

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.

Deadlines

Registration deadline for program: October 27, 2020 and June 17, 2021 

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.

How to Become a Resonant Leader

Questions?

Frequently Asked Questions

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