Refreshing Your Network for Agile Leadership with Linda A. Hill, Harvard Business School’s Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration and chair of the Leadership Initiative
Yes, some two years later, amid still evolving Covid-19 restrictions, managers and employees must continue to identify and hone new skills needed to master unusual work settings. Networking remains a key one.
For our virtual March 8th webinar, Professor Linda Hill will preview one of the actionable topics to be addressed in her new four-day Executive Education course: refreshing your network for agile leadership.
HBS Professor Hill has been ranked #10 on the list of “Top Management Thinkers in the World” by Thinkers50. Proving the point, she is launching the new program May 1-4, specifically aimed at women of color. The goals include increasing individuals’ ability to realize their leadership potential while helping their companies innovate, perform, and grow.
To prepare for this webinar, take a look at the Harvard Business Review article, Remote Networking as a Person of Color, which explores the complexities of peer relationships in the era of remote working.
Participants must register by NOON on March 7th to receive details on joining the discussion. The Zoom link will be sent out 24 hours before the event.
Please note that no refunds will be issued.
Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration
Linda A. Hill is the Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School and chair of the Leadership Initiative. Hill is regarded as one of the top experts on leadership and innovation. Hill is the co-author of Collective Genius: The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation (Harvard Business Review Press 2014), co-founder of Paradox Strategies, and co-creator of the Innovation Quotient and re:Route™. She was named by Thinkers50 as one of the top ten management thinkers in the world in 2013 and received the Thinkers50 Innovation Award in 2015.
Hill’s research focuses on leadership development, building agile, innovative organizations, and implementing global strategies. She is the author of highly regarded books and articles on leadership. Collective Genius was named by Business Insider as one of “The 20 Best Business Books” and received the Gold Medal for Leadership, Axiom Business Book Award. Hill’s TED talk on how to manage for collective creativity has over 2 million views. In 2015, Hill, along with her co-authors, received the first Warren Bennis Prize for the Harvard Business Review article “Collective Genius,” based on the book. Hill is also the co-author of Being the Boss: The 3 Imperatives of Becoming a Great Leader and author of Becoming a Manager: How New Managers Master the Challenges of Leadership. Her books have been translated in multiple languages. Hill has authored or co-authored numerous Harvard Business Review articles, including “Where Will We Find Tomorrow’s Leaders,” “Winning the Race for Talent in Emerging Markets,” and “Are You a High Potential?”
Hill has chaired numerous HBS Executive Education programs, including the Young Presidents’ Organization Presidents’ Seminar, the High Potentials Leadership Program, and Leading and Building a Culture of Innovation. She was course-head during the development of the new Leadership and Organizational Behavior MBA required course.
Hill has been at the forefront of developing various innovative learning programs for managers, including Breakthrough Leadership, the winner of a Brandon Hall Group Award for Best Advance in Unique Learning Technology, and the award-winning multimedia management development program, High Performance Management.
Executive Director, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, Alternative Investments
An experienced leader in the financial services industry, Michelle has expertise in banking, asset management and wealth management at leading financial services firms. Currently, Michelle is an Executive Director and Head of Business Development – Diverse Asset Managers in Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. Previously, Michelle led the Alternative Investments Education initiative and provided strategic guidance to Financial Advisors and their clients on portfolio construction across private market investment strategies, including private equity, venture capital, private real estate, private credit and infrastructure. Michelle has broad experience in origination, investment due diligence and sales of Alternative Investments resulting from her roles across Investment Management and Wealth Management Divisions of Morgan Stanley as well as her previous experience at Citigroup in the Investment Banking and Asset Management Divisions. Michelle also has extensive business development experience in the asset management industry, with a focus on public and corporate pension plans, endowments and foundations.
Michelle received a B.A. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. She holds Series 24, 7 and 63 FINRA licenses. Michelle is a Venture Partner with Newark Venture Partners, a board member of 100 Women in Finance (Chair, Finance Committee) and a board member of Brightpoint Care, a subsidiary of Sun River Health.
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