Leadership for the Community
The iLead Series at MIT
The Innovative Leadership (iLead) Series at MIT celebrates innovative individuals who make a difference in the world. These leaders operate at the leading edge and transform today’s organizations and communities by challenging common assumptions, and creating new structures, new business models, and new modes of organizing at all levels of the traditional structure. MIT Sloan School of Management invites distinctive individuals to participate in The iLead Series who embody these qualities and who, in their actions, exhibit the best aspects of what it means to be a principled, innovative leader.
MIT Sloan Executive Education Leadership Courses
Many of our affiliated faculty teach in MIT Sloan’s Executive Education non-degree executive programs which provide business professionals from around the world with a targeted and flexible means to advance their career development goals and position their organizations for future growth. Their cutting-edge leadership training includes more than 40 short courses, executive certificates, online courses, custom programs for organizations, and their flagship five-week program, Advanced Management Program .
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Leadership at MIT Sloan
Discover more articles from the MIT Sloan Management Review. Partnering with Sloan staff, faculty, and alumni, they highlight how MIT's leadership shows up within and outside of Sloan.
7 ways leaders can make hybrid work better
Experts from Thinker-Fest 2023 offer advice on how to fully reap the benefits of hybrid work. One tip: Beware side chats.
How 7 leaders manage stress, burnout, and their employees’ well-being
Walking meetings, intermittent fasting, and an “anytime vacation” policy are how today’s leaders tend to their well-being and encourage work-life balance among their employees.
Creating change through collaborative participation
The Zipcar co-founder shares her idea of “Peers Inc,” the organizational structure that creates collaborations between institutions and external resources and people.
This VP of transformation has a 4-point plan to uplift all employees
Messer Americas’ Patricia Hargil on being a visible leader, pacing herself, and letting go of perfectionism.