Living/learning group work
A modular program creates the opportunity to build close, trusting relationships with a small, diverse group of peer executives who can understand your challenges—but are not part of your organization. Throughout the program, you will work with a small group of peers who will stimulate your learning as you:
While on the HBS campus in Boston, you will share social space with your living group, forging relationships that serve as a valuable source of peer feedback, support, and advice.
Each living group works with a professional coach to optimize group dynamics and maximize the value of the group learning experience. In addition, coaches work with you one-on-one to help you develop a personal leadership style that works for you.
Using the 360-degree leadership assessment and feedback tool as a starting point, your personal coach will work closely with you during Module 4 to identify your strengths, target areas for improvement, and help you develop a personal action plan for ongoing development. All coaching sessions are strictly confidential, giving you the freedom to share your personal goals and professional challenges.
Value mapping strategy project
Throughout the program, you will work on an individual project that addresses a strategic challenge facing your organization.
This program is designed for experienced senior executives who are general managers or functional leaders, particularly those assuming new responsibilities or driving new growth initiatives for any of the following:
Join a global community of successful executives. Your HBS experience continues to deliver benefits long after the program ends. Graduates of the Senior Executive Leadership Program—India become alumni of Harvard Business School, joining a network of highly accomplished executives at all stages of their careers. As a lifetime member of the HBS alumni community, you will have access to a range of educational resources and opportunities, including:
Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Business Administration
Sebastian S. Kresge Professor of Marketing
Senior Fellow. Member of the General Management Unit
Tandon Family Professor of Business Administration
Edward W. Carter Professor of Business Administration
George Fisher Baker Jr. Professor of Business Administration
James Dinan and Elizabeth Miller Professor of Business Administration
Sarofim-Rock Professor of Business Administration
Thomas D. Casserly, Jr. Professor of Business Administration
Edsel Bryant Ford Professor of Business Administration
Baker Foundation Professor, Malcolm P. Mcnair Professor of Marketing, Emeritus
William Barclay Harding Professor of Business Administration
Philip Caldwell Professor of Business Administration
Baker Foundation Professor
“I gained a better understanding of the way a leader should act in emergencies, during conflicts, and when facing other challenges. I also learned how to renew myself when I see big problems, as well as how to take the next step.”
Senior Director of Research & Development,
Philips India Ltd.
“The program has made me reflect on the way I strategize, organize, and run my business. I’ve already started to apply what I’ve learned to achieve better business results and develop myself as an authentic, effective leader.”
President and Director,
Pentaur Technology Pvt. Ltd., India
“This program provided that cross functional view, learning concepts and frameworks that I didn’t know earlier and that compelled me to think about how to use them in my organization for long-term value proposition.”
Assistant Vice President,
Tata Sustainability Group, India
“Within the first few days of the program, I realized that my views regarding how to approach challenges had already changed.”
Managing Director, Sri Lanka, Hemas Pharmaceuticals,
MD Hemas Logistics, MD Hemas Maritime
|Module 1||11–22 APR 2022||Taj Lands End, Mumbai, India||₹40,00,000 plus Goods and Service Tax (GST)|
|Module 2||13–24 JUN 2022||Taj Lands End, Mumbai, India|
|Module 3||21 AUG–09 SEP 2022||HBS Campus|
Note: The program fee covers tuition, books, case materials, accommodations, and most meals.