"It clarified both my perceptions and my wider understanding of leadership."
Regional Director - Middle East & Africa, ITW GSE
Programme: Leading Teams for Emerging Leaders
Develop the tools, mindset and frameworks to achieve results through others in today’s digital workplace.
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Leverage your strengths as a leader to build a collaborative and supportive remote team environment.
Three key themes run through the programme, each developing a vital set of skills needed to lead teams successfully:
You can apply to the programme of your choice online. Acceptance is not automatic and your application will be reviewed by our team of Programme Consultants to ensure the best fit between applicants and programmes. Spaces on our programmes can fill up quickly so we encourage you to apply early and ensure your application is as comprehensive as possible.
You'll receive communication from your Programme Manager around six weeks before starting the programme. The information we send will direct you to our online learning platform which will include the programme timetable, pre-programme reading and preparation work, and an introduction to your fellow participants.
Visa requirements vary depending on your nationality and country of residence. We encourage you to use the ‘check if you need a visa’ tool or to consult the UK consulate or embassy in your home country.
This programme can be delivered in-person at our London campus or online. The format options available to you are shown under the ‘location’ tab next to the dates at the top of this page.
To find out more contact our Client Relationship Manager.
Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour
Dr Selin Kesebir’s research interests include co-operation, competition, gender, inequality and cultural transmission. Her research papers cover topics such as gender differences in response to competition with same-gender co-workers, how the growing disconnect from nature is evident in cultural products, and the effects of disclosing personal information on ethically distinct newcomers to a team.
Dr Kesebir teaches Executive Leadership and Negotiations at London Business School (LBS). Prior to joining LBS, she was a post-doctoral research associate at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. She is an editorial board member of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and was previously editor-in-chief and associate editor of In-Mind Magazine. Dr Kesebir has also reviewed various journals including Basic and Applied Social Psychology, British Journal of Social Psychology, Emotion Review, European Journal of Social Psychology and Merrill Palmer Quarterly. She has an MA in cognitive psychology from Northwestern University and a PhD in social psychology from the University of Virginia.
Submit your application through our online application form.
Not ready to apply yet? Reserve a place
We recommend you apply at least three months before the programme starts to guarantee your place. The application form will take approximately 15 to 30 minutes to complete.
We’ll acknowledge receipt of your application by email within 48 hours, if it’s received during normal working hours (Mon-Fri – 09:00-18:00 GMT). We will review and respond to your application within two working days. We do this in order of receipt and acceptance is not automatic.
Yes. We can hold a provisional place for you for up to two weeks, but be aware that completed applications take priority and programmes often fill up several months in advance. You can reserve a place online, by phone or by email.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7000 8575 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The programme is taught in English, so a good working knowledge of the language is essential. If English is not your first language, we may ask you for evidence of your proficiency.
The fee for the programme is £8,500.*
For details on the online programme fee, please speak to our Client Relationship Manager.
We offer a 25% discount for London Business School Alumni.
*Fees are subject to change.