Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education offers a global curriculum focused on generating powerful ideas to help people, communities, and nations solve the world’s most pressing public problems. Over 35 programs – most one week or less – address critical subjects from crisis leadership and decision making to economic development and national security.   More...

Upcoming Programs

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Global Change Agents: Leading with Commitment, Creativity, and Courage

April 30 – May 5, 2017

Designed to challenge fundamental assumptions about how we can courageously and effectively exercise leadership and authority for the purposes we care about most.

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Leading Successful Programs: Using Evidence to Assess Effectiveness

April 30 - May 5, 2017

Addresses the challenge that managers face in identifying useful strategies for evaluating and improving program effectiveness.

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Executive Core Qualifications for U.S. Federal Employees
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NEW! 2017 Program Guide
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NEW! Earn an Executive Certificate from HKS
Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education has created an Executive Certificate, offering a suite of programs in three concentration areas: Public Leadership, Economic Development, and Nonprofit Leadership. Receive your certificate by completing 3 programs within a concentration in under 6 years.

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