Dates & Fees
October 2-6, 2017
Program fee includes program materials, accommodations, and meals at the award-winning Babson Executive Conference Center.
Today, leadership is not just a top-down idea. Leadership occurs at every level of every organization—from top down to bottom up. As a leader, you know that your success is as much a result of your team’s capacity for action as it is a function of your knowledge and abilities.
This program is focused on developing the management and interpersonal tools that you can use to collaborate with and inspire others toward a common goal. You will learn new ways to influence, get buy-in, and collaborate across traditional boundaries.
Build commitment to a vision through effective communication
Extend your influence across your organization to successfully implement strategies
Use reciprocity and power principles to influence colleagues across your organization
Lead, coach, and engage your team to share responsibilities and enhance performance
Manage interdepartmental conflict to ensure effective outcomes
The program faculty team is comprised of leading academics with significant experience in executive education, leadership development, and consulting to organizations across a broad range of industries. The program is led by these faculty directors:
Dr. Nan Langowitz is the associate dean in the graduate school and professor of Management at Babson College. Her research examines entrepreneurial leadership. She was awarded the Dean’s Teaching Award for the Graduate Program in 2009 and the Babson College Alumni Distinguished Faculty Leadership Award in 2010. Langowitz has more than twenty-five years of experience in executive development design and delivery, having worked as a consultant, researcher, and educator with organizations ranging from complex global corporations to new startup ventures.
Dr. Keith Rollag is an associate professor of Management and Chair of the Management Division at Babson College. His teaching focuses on organizational behavior, teamwork and leadership, and his research focuses primarily on newcomer socialization and training, organizational culture, social networks and leadership development.