During their careers, many senior executives choose to enroll in a leadership course to improve their ability to motivate and manage teams. During your Executive MBA, you’ll complete not one, but four intensive leadership training courses, each aimed at refining a leadership competency critical for success in global business.
During your Executive MBA, you’ll complete not one, but four intensive leadership training courses, each aimed at honing a particular competency:
In an initial immersion session, we introduce you to the key concepts of leadership and assess your individual strengths and weaknesses. Each year, you’ll also undergo a continuous process of practice and mentorship. Critical to this process is constant feedback and support from fellow students and Professional Leadership Development Coaches, who are members of Hult’s faculty who specialize in leadership development, advising, and consulting, and who train some of the world’s top executives in leadership skills.
We begin charting each student’s progress from the first week, and by graduation, the results are very impressive—over 85% of our students show a significant improvement in their leadership skills.
As soon as we joined our Executive MBA class, the environment awakened the ‘entrepreneurial leader’ inside each one of us, and students quickly developed a sense of urgency to do better, make a difference, and think differently.
Syria, Class of 2013
Melanie Eusebe mentors students as a Leadership Coach for the LEAD program at Hult London.
Melanie relishes sharing the knowledge she has gained as an independent management consultant and team leader for global companies such as IBM and Ernst &Young— especially in the areas of brand management, organizational development, and operational strategies. Melanie feels particularly passionate about inspiring a new generation of exceptional business leaders through role modeling, which led her to found the Black British Business Awards in 2012.
I love working with Hult students one-on-one to help them discover their potential as leaders. This usually means going beyond the usual stereotypes of power to identify your true sources of inspiration.
Chair of Black Business Awards, Leadership Coach at Hult London