At Fletcher, we know that global leadership takes many forms.
Whether you are in government or in the C-suite, in a board room or on the ground changing your local community through nonprofit work, you are shaping the future and need the knowledge and tools that today's complex and increasingly interconnected problems require. The Fletcher School has been training global leaders since 1933, and we look forward to welcoming you into our professional community.
Fletcher's custom executive education programs offer a space for thoughtful, research-based and expansive learning that can inform high-stakes decisions and long-term global strategy.
We invite you to work closely with our program team to determine your training needs and create a custom experience that achieves your goals.
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Areas of Expertise
- Leadership & Business for Social Impact
- Climate Action in Policy, Business, and Strategy
- International Security & Cyber Risk Management
- Humanitarian Action & Global Change Leadership
- Geopolitical Factors in Business & Policy
- Diplomacy, Leadership, and Global Affairs
Featured Summer 2022 Faculty Leaders
Dean Rachel Kyte, CMG, Dean of the Fletcher School
Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, CEO of UN-SDG #7 (Sustainable Energy for All), former Vice President of World Bank and special envoy for climate change; world-renowned leader in climate finance, climate action, and current climate policy.
Dr. Alnoor Ebrahim, Professor of Management, The Fletcher School
Acclaimed expert in social impact, leadership education, and social enterprise strategy; Advisory Board member for Global Impact Investing Network and Stanford Social Innovation Review; former executive education faculty at Harvard Business School and Schwab Foundation.
Dr. Eileen Babbitt, Professor of Practice of International Negotiation and Conflict Management
Recognized expert in mutual gains negotiation, human rights, peace-building, and conflict management, with experience in the Middle East, Balkans, and UN. Former Director of Education & Training, U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Josephine Wolff, Associate Professor of Cybersecurity Policy
Author of You'll See This Message When It Is Too Late: The Legal and Economic Aftermath of Cybersecurity Breaches (MIT Press 2018). Expert in international Internet governance, cyberinsurance, liability of online intermediaries, and cybersecurity breaches.