Equips leaders involved in crisis management at the federal, state, and local level with the skills and analytical frameworks necessary to successfully manage, survive, and recover from unexpected events.
Session Dates: April 05, 2020 – April 10, 2020
Application Deadline: February 05, 2020
Faculty Chair: Herman B. (Dutch) Leonard
Faculty Chair: Arnold Howitt
Program Director: Julie Burgholzer
Program fee: $9,400
Applications may be submitted after the deadline and will be considered if space remains. Please contact the program director for additional information.
Program Fee: The program fee includes tuition, housing, curricular materials and most meals.
Natural disasters. Infrastructure failures. Major technology breaches. Terrorist attacks. Public health emergencies.
These are the kinds of extraordinary challenges that leaders like you face every day. Do you feel fully prepared to handle all of them? In our one-week executive education program, Leadership in Crises: Preparation and Performance, you’ll learn how to successfully manage, survive and recover from the unexpected.
Essential Crisis Management Skills
In this program, you’ll learn how to build the expertise you need to ensure a more successful crisis management process. You’ll also learn how to effectively gather critical information, adapt to unique circumstances and prioritize effectively. Leadership in Crises also looks at how to build bridges across boundaries, presenting perspectives on planning, training and implementing, so that senior managers like you can have systems in place in advance of a critical event.