Leadership Programs

Women in Leadership

September 10–12, 2024 | In Person

In three days, get the knowledge and real-time problem-solving skills needed to further your own advancement as well as that of other women in leadership roles.

For mid-level executives with fewer than 10 years of experience.

High Impact Leadership

September 23–27, 2024 | In Person

In less than a week, change how you manage people, organizations, and yourself with a realistic path to more effective leadership and improved performance.

For upper-level executives with ideally 10 years of experience.

Developing and Leading High-Performance Teams

September 24–27, 2024 | In Person

In three days, develop the skills and tools needed to harness the power of teams, the key to increasing productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness.

For executives at all levels.

Executive Development Program: Leading Into the Future | Columbia Business School Executive Education

September 29–October 11, 2024 | In Person

In eleven days, fast-track for the future of business and gain the tools and insights needed for the critical issues and topics of today whose understanding is paramount to future success.

For executives with 10+ years of experience.

Emerging Leader Development Program | Columbia Business School Executive Education

October 7–11, 2024 | In Person

In five days, get the skills needed for managerial success including strategy formulation, negotiation, conflict resolution, decision-making, implementing change, and managing culture.

For mid-level executives with fewer than 10 years of experience.

Leading Strategic Growth and Change

October 14–18, 2024 | In Person

In five days, get the insights and tools needed to revitalize and transform your organization in times of uncertainty and successfully drive new growth.

For upper- to senior-level executives.

Leadership Essentials

November 6–7, 2024 | In Person

In two days, get the essential skills and fresh insights needed to improve your decision-making, motivate your team more effectively through better communication, and strengthen your ability to lead and manage organizational change.

For mid-level executives.

Faculty

Robert N. Bontempo - Academic Director in Executive Education and Adjunct Professor of Business at Columbia Business School Executive Education

Robert N. Bontempo

Academic Director in Executive Education
Adjunct Professor of Business

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Joel Brockner

Phillip Hettleman Professor of Business

William Klepper - Academic Director of Executive Education at Columbia Business School

William Klepper

Academic Director in Executive Education
Adjunct Professor of Management, Columbia Business School

Rita McGrath - Academic Director in Executive Education at Columbia Business School

Rita McGrath

Academic Director in Executive Education
Author, Seeing Around Corners and The End of Competitive Advantage

Stephan Meier, James P. Gorman Professor of Business at Columbia Business School, studies psychology and economics’ impact on consumer decision-making and business strategy.

Stephan Meier

James P. Gorman Professor of Business, Columbia Business School

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Dan Wang

Lambert Family Professor of Social Enterprise, Columbia Business School

Return on Learning

of senior executives feel better prepared to solve their business challenges after coming to Columbia Business School Executive Education.
95%
percent of past participants said Columbia Business School Executive Education is pertinent to succeeding in today’s rapidly changing business climate.
96%
of senior executives said that the faculty expertise of Columbia Business School Executive Education contributed to a unique learning experience.
97%