Study the theories. Assess yourself. Learn from experts. Practice.
The MIT Leadership Center provides a rich suite of educational opportunities for students whose interests, needs and experiences run the gamut. The Center partners with MIT Sloan to offer courses, workshops and activities tailored to four distinct modes of learning: practice, role models, self-assessment and reflection, and skill development.
The Center educates leaders at all levels, from seasoned executives to MBA students and undergraduates.
Academic courses provide developing leaders with a full range of instruction, from leadership theory to skills assessment—then gets them out into the workplace to take on real-world challenges.
Sloan Innovation Period gives MIT students a chance to expand their horizons or hone key skills during week-long series.
Distributed Leadership Workshops introduce students to the Center’s signature leadership model, a practical system for enhancing leadership throughout an organization.
Executive Education gives top professionals opportunities to build the skills and learn the strategies that will propel them to the next level in their careers. Open-enrollment and custom courses provide intensive instruction. Topics include international management, business dynamics and leading innovative enterprises.
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