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The Leadership Transition


Becoming a leader is within your reach

Herminia Ibarra
Programme Director

Professor Herminia Ibarra and participants, discuss how to develop your leadership capacity and how to better prepare yourself for the critical transition into leadership.

Aimed at those who already have strong management experience, whose careers are progressing steadily and have been told they have leadership potential. The Leadership Transition programme is about realising the opportunity to make a bigger impact in the future.  It will broaden participants’ scope of vision and the sphere of influence they have cultivated in the past.

This is an extraordinary and unconventional experience. Our objective is to develop your leadership capacity and better prepare you for the critical transition into leadership. Our unique learning model helps you to increase your personal understanding and to close the gap between this understanding and effective action. You will take part in 360°feedback and develop a practical, personal action plan to implement immediately upon your return.

Key benefits:

  • Gain valuable insight into your leadership style and its impact
  • Develop a more constructive use of leadership power allowing for more effective behaviour and results as a leader
  • Become a more effective change agent, facilitating an increase in positive results from senior level initiatives.

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Featured Articles

How to Act and Think Like a Leader -  INSEAD KNOWLEDGE, March 2015

Five Questions With Herminia Ibarra - Forbes, June 2015

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