Our Programs

Our interactive programs are thoughtfully designed to prepare you to lead more effectively at any stage of your career. Whether you are looking for a focused, online learning experience or an expansive, in-person exploration, we have solutions to support you on your leadership journey.

Crisis Leadership


Winter Session: December 8-13, 2024

Summer Session: June 8-13, 2025


Format Residential Tuition $8,995
Best For

Professionals with five or more years leadership experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors.

Preparing to Lead in Crisis

Offered biannually

Fall Session: October 8-24, 2024

Spring Session: 2025 TBA

Format Online Cost $1,995
Best For

All levels of professionals in the public, private, and non-profit sectors.

Custom Programs

Amplify your organization's leadership capacity with a high-impact program designed to address your unique needs and circumstances. We customize content and curriculums for your leaders at any level, anywhere in the world.

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The program emphasizes that it takes a community to succeed in the midst of crisis. Participants form a new “community” to lean on when needed.

Brandye Terrell Deputy Chief of Staff, Veterans Benefits Administration
Brandye Terrell, Deputy Chief of Staff, Veterans Benefits Administration

The Harvard Connectivity

We bring together expertise from across Harvard University to create a robust and dynamic learning experience. Program participants engage with top academics and practitioners from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Harvard Business School, and more. Thoughtfully uniting experts with diverse backgrounds and perspectives ensures a more holistic view of leadership during crisis and change.

Our Faculty

Our programs are developed and taught by widely recognized instructors, field researchers, authors, and organization leaders. To stay current, faculty practice a continual cycle of practice-to-research content creation.
Featured Faculty

National Preparedness Leadership Initiative
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