Mobilizing people by understanding yourself and others
Leadership is a noble calling. Through co-curricular programming and by tapping the Business School's Center for Leadership Development and Research, Fellows have a variety of opportunities to gain a deeper self-understanding of leadership, and explore how they personally lead teams and organizations.
Fellows take part in diverse, yet complementary, activities to develop their leadership potential. In real time, Fellows can apply leadership models and learning through classroom discussions and simulations, in study groups, and in student leadership roles where participation, feedback, and self-reflection are essential to personal and professional growth.
- Assessments provide data on your strengths and development opportunities that can guide academic, career, and personal advising.
- Co-curricular learning or “leading-by-doing” is critical to developing leadership capacity. Study groups, team projects, and class leadership roles provide a safe environment to test leadership ideas, and to encourage constructive peer feedback.
- Leaders and opinion-makers from business and government meet with Sloan Fellows to describe their setbacks, challenges, and insights through: