Strategic Leadership Executive Education Programs
As a growing company, it is crucial to effectively manage rapid progress as it applies to the most critical resource — your human capital. Too often, an organization's expansion moves faster than internal development efforts can practically keep up.
Whether your need is to build financial fluency, develop core leadership capabilities, address organizational structure or identify growth areas for the business, Carnegie Mellon is well positioned to tackle your strategic leadership challenges.
Strategic Leadership Open Enrollment Programs
Leadership as a Daily Challenge: An Integrated Approach
Understand what it takes to be an inspired and effective leader to successfully lead teams in a dynamic world.
Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women
You're a proven and successful leader — hard-working, goal-oriented, effective. That’s just the beginning.
Executive Presence: Communicating with Impact
Elevate your executive presence and perform effectively at the highest levels.
Executive Leadership Academy
Preparing African-American leaders for executive advancement.
Executive Leadership Program
Understand what it takes to successfully lead without limits.
As the world becomes increasingly digitized and interconnected, there’s more reason than ever to develop yourself as a digital leader.
Custom Leadership Programs
Leverage Carnegie Mellon’s expertise in Strategic Leadership to customize a program that directly addresses a business issue. Prepare your enterprise for growth with leadership competencies in strategy, financial acumen, organizational structure and design and managing and inspiring teams. Work with field experts to identify industry disruptors and trends that impact the organization’s strategic plan.
Example Program Topics
- Developing Winning Strategy
- Financial Decision Making
- Managing Risk and Uncertainty
- Collaborative Problem Solving
- Leading Change
- Creating Star Performers
- Building Effective Teams
- Executive Presence, Communication
- Women’s Leadership Development
- Men as Allies and Advocates
- Unconscious Bias