HCA Program for Non-Profit Leaders 2019 - Now Sold Out
Leadership & Culture: DNA for an Age of Disruption
with Harvard Business School Professor Joshua Margolis
Wednesday 31 July to Friday 2 August 2019
at RACV Healesville, nr Melbourne, Victoria
In the 2019 HCA program, we will explore the roles leaders must play – beacon, architect, change agent – and the core capabilities they need to develop to navigate their organizations through disruptive times.
But we will also look deeply at organizations themselves to understand how to create cultures that can fuel innovation, disruption, and exceptional performance.
The program will feature written and video cases, interactive lectures, group exercises, and personal reflection, all designed to equip you with the capacity to lead more effectively in the contemporary business climate.
testimonials from past participants
TAUGHT BY JOSHUA MARGOLIS, ONE OF HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL'S LEADING PROFESSORS
Faculty lead Joshua Margolis is the James Dinan and Elizabeth Miller Professor of Business Administration in the Organizational Behavior unit, Faculty Chair of the Christensen Center for Teaching and Learning, and course-head for the required first-year MBA course, Leadership and Organizational Behavior.
He has taught in over 30 executive education programs, for everyone from high potential leaders to senior executives, and for organizations ranging from the Fortune 50 to global NGOs, across a wide array of industries from energy to high technology, athletic apparel to pharmaceuticals, healthcare to high technology.
Professor Margolis’ research focuses on leading in complex, perform-or-else situations involving tradeoffs. He received his B.A. from Yale University summa cum laude and his A.M. (Sociology) and Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Harvard University, where he was also a Fellow in the Program in Ethics and the Professions. Joshua joined the HBS faculty in 2000 after three years on the faculty at the University of Michigan as a Fellow in the Society of Scholars.
Professor Margolis has received the Student Association Faculty Award for teaching excellence, the Apgar Award for Innovation in Teaching, the Robert F. Greenhill Award, and the Academy of Management award for Outstanding Publication in Organizational Behavior.
INDICATIVE CASES and program content *
* Subject to change.
Our fully residential program includes:
An engaging, informative program featuring case study discussions and lectures
Networking opportunities with fellow attendees, all non-profit leaders
All meals prepared by on-site chef
Two nights’ accommodation & use of leisure facilities
Complimentary on-site parking and transfers to/from Melbourne Airport
Plus, to simulate the same learning environment as the Harvard Business School, we will also be building a customised, tiered "U" shaped lecture theatre in the main conference room
Cost: $2250 + GST. A deposit of $550 is payable at the time of registration.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Our program for leaders is aimed at CEOs and senior leaders of charitable not-for-profit organisations or social enterprises. The organisations they lead must, in the opinion of Harvard Club of Australia, generally fit one or more of the following criteria:
They offer a charitable, community-public benefit or poverty relief purpose, as indicated by whether the NFP has Australian Tax Office TCC and/or DGR status, or “registered charity” status.
They are a social enterprise or business (organisations using a business model to provide a social benefit) and which may not have TCC/DGR.
They are an organisation with a community or public benefit purpose (generally evidenced by a “formal” governance structure, voluntary participation by members and independence from government).
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