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Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education
 
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Learn about HKS Executive Education from faculty and alumni. More information at http://bit.ly/2Cxe7Ii. Transcript below. (INTRO MUSIC) VOICE-OVER: There’s just so much drive and energy and motivation here. You see how excited people are about what they do. AKASH DEEP (SR LECTURER IN PUBLIC POLICY): It is an intense experience, it’s almost an exhausting experience but we want it that way. GABRIELLE DOLAN (HKSEE ALUMNA): After a day and a half, I thought, “We’re not in Kansas anymore, Toto. This is going to be different.” PETE ZIMMERMAN (LECTURER IN PUBLIC POLICY/SR ASSOC DEAN FOR STRATEGIC PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT): What’s special about this place is a chance to engage with people who’ve committed their lives to public service and who have a common interest in advancing the public good. DEBRA ILES (HKS EXECUTIVE EDUCATION SR ASSOCIATE DEAN): The people who come to our programs are already seasoned professionals with the kinds of jobs where they can make a difference for their country or their community. They are ready to learn and very excited to be here. DOLAN: It truly was the most challenging leadership program I’ve done. Because of the diversity in the room, you’re hearing things that you just wouldn’t normally hear. Hearing those stories has been amazing and inspiring. ZIMMERMAN: When we started executive education in the 1970s, the core idea was to bring together the expertise and experience—the deep, deep functional, granular knowledge that people have in government and the nonprofit community and combine that with the best minds in economics and politics… history… and a wonderful synergy will happen. And that, I think, over time will prove to be the core idea of “exec ed.” SOLOMAN OBANGE (HKSEE ALUMNUS): The chance came for me to look for a program in the United States. My first choice was Harvard. I had done training at other places but I was looking for a wider perspective, a global perspective that I thought this would be an opportunity to sit down with my counterparts from different parts of the world and exchange ideas. DEEP: The typical program that we run has about a thousand years of experience in the room: fifty participants with twenty years of experience. Bankers, lawyers, government servants, elected officials—all in the same room. Typically this set of people are sitting across the table in the real world situations but here is the chance where they all sit on the same side of the table and teach each other. HANNAH BOWLES (SR LECTURER IN PUBLIC POLICY): Watching that flame ignite, and the relationships grow and the mutual support networks blossom over the course of the week is always a very powerful experience. Many of them really do stay contacted and they cheer each other on in very meaningful ways. DOLAN: Creating some really strong relationships, and what I now know will be ongoing friendships, has just been an amazing experience. Walking back to our accommodation, my colleagues would go, "Stop. Stop.” And I’d go, “What?” “We’re at Harvard.” On the last night, I said, “Will you stop doing that?” And then I went, “No, actually don’t stop doing that—it’s pretty cool.” DEEP: We do understand that all of our participants’ time here is very valuable so we try to make every minute worthwhile and that means almost all of our participants saying they worked harder in these few weeks that they were here than probably they’ve ever worked before. DOLAN: The days start early and you’re not only in the classroom together but you’re having breakfast together and having lunch together and having dinner together. And the relationships that form, the discussions you’re constantly having, reinforce all the training. BOWLES: The need to make what we do professionally relevant and useful, I mean that is just demanded by the executive education participants. DEEP: Everything translates into, “How does this work in the real world?” So instead of taking a set of academic concepts and then trying to apply them, here is a set of applications which we then step back and bring the insights of theory and academic research into trying to deal with these problems. ZIMMERMAN: At the end of the experience, these are people who will be back in the office on Monday. And if we’ve done our job and they’ve done their job, there will be some different things happening on Monday morning. JOSEPH SCHMITT (HKSEE ALUMNUS): My job is to go back and implement the concepts and techniques of the procedures I learned here at Harvard. Learning for a week, going back and employing what we’ve learned for those 90 days and then coming back for the next class, to me that’s what’s most impactful. ILES: People do find it very inspiring to come back, be refreshed in their commitment to a life of public service and be in a classroom filled with other people who have made the same choices. It’s actually at the very core of what we do and a huge part of why our programs are so successful.
Leadership, Organizing and Action: Leading Change
 
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A Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education online program designed to help leaders of civic associations, advocacy groups, and social movements learn how to organize communities that can mobilize power to make change. Learn more at http://bit.ly/1FFQp6w
Digital Transformation in Government: Innovating Public Policy & Service
 
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Provides a framework for understanding the digital world and the tools to create a roadmap for your organization. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2i14zZV
Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education
 
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Learn about HKS Executive Education from faculty and alumni. More information at http://bit.ly/2Cxe7Ii
Leading Nonviolent Movements for Social Progress Harvard Executive Program
 
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Offering a unique opportunity for those engaged in nonviolent social movements to learn the strategic and tactical frameworks needed to effectively lead a successful campaign. Learn more at http://bit.ly/1TeC9rZ
Senior Executives in State and Local Government
 
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Provides a balance of traditional and hands-on learning experiences to help seasoned public officials meet the changing needs of their constituents and communities.
Public Financial Management in a Changing World
 
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Offers a rigorous, evidence-based approach to public financial management by examining the challenges associated with successful systemic reform.
Applying Behavioral Insights to the Design of Public Policy - Participant Testimonials
 
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Hear participants from Applying Behavioral Insights to the Design of Public Policy talk about their Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education experience. Learn more about Applying Behavioral Insights to the Design of Public Policy at http://bit.ly/1Ks29OU
Webinar: Defending Democracy Through Social Movements
 
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While we live in an increasingly globalized and connected world, in 2017 basic democratic values are on the decline and on the defensive in many countries. But can nonviolent social movements successfully prevent this erosion? During this 45-minute live webcast, Professor Douglas A. Johnson, Srdja Popovic and Slobodan Djinovic discuss the most important battlegrounds for democracy happening today. The faculty also provide an overview of the key principles of successful nonviolent movements, both contemporary and historical, large and small. Learn more about their online Harvard Kennedy School Executive program, Leading Nonviolent Movements for Social Progress at http://bit.ly/2wtS8Qy
Women and Power
 
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Focuses on honing the abilities of senior executive women to develop a strong cross-sector leadership strategy through the creation of successful alliances and enduring partnerships
Harvard Kennedy School Online Executive Education Programs
 
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Harvard Kennedy School offers a suite of online executive programs designed for nonprofit and NGO managers from around the world, who are not able to attend on-campus programs. These online executive programs connect leaders across the globe through highly interactive, live sessions. This model affords the ability to balance work commitments with academics and to reflect on and implement principles in real-time. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2Ax3gKf
Harvard Infrastructure in a Market Economy Executive Program - Participant Mix
 
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Designed to help officials from public and private sectors develop public-private partnerships in infrastructure that are technically defensible, economically feasible, and politically acceptable. Learn more at http://bit.ly/1DLBJ3Z
Infrastructure in a Market Economy: Public-Private Partnerships in a Changing World
 
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Examine public-private partnerships in infrastructure that are technically sound, economically feasible and politically acceptable. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2yMJQ6k
HKS Executive Education: Mastering Trade Policy
 
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Mastering Trade Policy: Understanding and Acting in Today's Economy equips trade practitioners at all levels with the tools needed to analyze, formulate, negotiate and implement effective policies and practices. Learn more and apply at http://bit.ly/2y0Sj6J
HKS Executive Education Senior Executives in National and International Security
 
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Harvard Professor and Faculty Chair Maj. Gen. (Retired) William Rapp discusses the Senior Executives in National and International Security executive program.
Global Health and Security
 
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Global Health and Security, created and offered jointly by Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Medical School, brings together key actors to explore novel approaches to global health security. Learn more at: https://www.hks.harvard.edu/educational-programs/executive-education/global-health-and-security
Rethinking Financial Inclusion: Innovation for Policy and Practice
 
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Explores frontier issues in finance for the poor and addresses challenges faced by both low- and high-income countries.
HKSEE Mastering Negotiation
 
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Faculty Co-Chairs Kessley Hong and Brian Mandell discuss the Harvard Kennedy School executive program, Mastering Negotiation
Climate Change and Energy: Policymaking for the Long Term
 
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Discover the science, economics, and policy of climate change, as well as closely related aspects of energy production and use in Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education's Climate Change and Energy: Policymaking for the Long Term one-week executive program. Learn more and apply at http://bit.ly/2i0j4x8
Tim O'Brien discusses Leadership for the 21st Century
 
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Harvard Kennedy School Faculty Chair Timothy O'Brien discusses the executive program Leadership for the 21st Century.
Leading Economic Growth
 
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Enables participants to diagnose their current municipal, regional or national economies and develop new investment promotion strategies for optimal growth.
Harvard Applying Behavioral Insights to the Design of Public Policy Executive Program
 
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Applying Behavioral Insights to the Design of Public Policy illustrates how behavioral science insights can be used to design innovative solutions to public policy problems, both big and small. Learn more at http://bit.ly/1Ks29OU
Leaders in Development: Managing Change in a Dynamic World
 
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Strengthens the leadership capabilities of senior officials to promote policy and institutional reform, strengthen representative politics and manage the challenges of globalization
Free Webcast: An Update on Global Climate Change Policy
 
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An Update on Global Climate Change Policy: A Free Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education Webcast with Professor Robert Stavins Professor Stavins, the A.J. Meyer Professor of Energy and Economic Development at Harvard Kennedy School and Faculty Chair of the Climate Change and Energy: Policymaking for the Long Term executive program (http://bit.ly/2i0j4x8), reviews the past year’s development on the economics, policy, and politics of climate change, including ongoing work on the implementation of the Paris Agreement. Stavins also addresses the types of policies that countries have put in place and may launch in the future. He concludes with reflections on the path ahead for the Paris Agreement. Learn more about Climate Change and Energy: Policymaking for the Long Term at http://bit.ly/2i0j4x8. Learn more about Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education at http://bit.ly/2Cxe7Ii.
Strategies for Building and Leading Diverse Organizations
 
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Develop effective diversity strategies that improve both organizational effectiveness and community relations. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2pn9YQh
Global Health and Security
 
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The 5-day Global Health and Security executive program brings together key actors to explore novel approaches to glboal health security. Learn more and apply at http://bit.ly/2zG1QkW
Matt Andrews discusses the Implementing Public Policy executive program.
 
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Faculty Chair Matt Andrews discusses why he's created the Harvard Kennedy School executive program Implementing Public Policy.
Global Health and Security
 
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The 5-day Global Health and Security executive program brings together key actors to explore novel approaches to glboal health security. Learn more and apply at http://bit.ly/2zG1QkW
Senior Managers in Government Program - Participant Testimonial
 
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Designed for senior government officials and their counterparts in international government, the military, and the private sector. Focuses on policy development and performance management. http://bit.ly/18JuH4S
Global Health and Security
 
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The 5-day Global Health and Security executive program brings together key actors to explore novel approaches to glboal health security. Learn more and apply at http://bit.ly/2zG1QkW
Global Health and Security
 
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The 5-day Global Health and Security executive program brings together key actors to explore novel approaches to glboal health security. Learn more and apply at http://bit.ly/2zG1QkW

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