Check out these upcoming Executive Education programs open to HKS alumni. As an HKS graduate, you are eligible to receive an exclusive discount on all open-enrollment HKS Executive Education programs.

  • Crisis Leadership in Higher Education is a 5-day online program commencing on February 27, 2023 – March 3, 2023. The program provides frameworks to quickly make critical distinctions between different types of crises and to heighten situational awareness. The program is led by Herman (Dutch) Leonard, George F. Baker, Jr. Professor of Public Management, of the Harvard Kennedy School and Judy McLaughlin, Senior Lecturer on Education of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The curriculum equips participants with protocol for responding more effectively to crises, including training to proactively implement effective crisis management systems.
  • Promoting Racial Equity in the Workplace is a 5-day online program commencing on February 27, 2023 - March 3, 2023. The program explores diversity and its ability to strengthen relations among employees, clients, and the community to drive greater overall impact. Led by Robert Livingston, Lecturer in Public Policy, the curriculum shows leaders how to increase diversity, inclusion, and racial equity for greater organizational effectiveness in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
  • Climate Change and Energy: Policymaking for the Long Term is a 5-day on campus program that commences on March 5, 2023-March 10, 2023. The program explores new climate change policy perspectives that are distilled from cutting-edge research. Led by Robert Stavins, A.J. Meyer Professor of Energy and Economic Development, the curriculum helps participants gain a greater insight into climate change and the multitude of challenges it presents.
  • Delivering Public Services: Efficiency Equity and Quality is a two-week online program taking place July 10, 2023-July 21, 2023. The program explores how to create public value by managing, evaluating and adapting to meet the needs of citizens in a world with increasing challenges. Led by Mark Fagan, Lecturer in Public Policy, the curriculum is designed to help participants utilize new tools and technology to improve the quality of services provided at a lower cost and share proven, practical methods to enhance cumbersome processes and inconsistent quality. Please follow this link to learn more.