Goizueta Business School’s mission is to develop “principled leaders for global enterprise,” building upon the legacy of the late Coca-Cola Chairman and CEO Roberto Goizueta.
Our philosophy emphasizes that leadership is a skill developed throughout life by study, experience, effective feedback, and reflection. The Goizueta Leadership Development Program provides opportunity and tools for young leaders to:
- Embark upon personal leadership journeys
- Acquire knowledge and competencies needed to become a leader
- Participate in assessment, feedback, coaching and reflection
- Increase leadership competencies as you progress through the program
“Goizueta is developing the next generation of leaders by igniting in them a commitment to integrity and positive change in business,” said Erika James, Dean of Goizueta Business School.
With such a focus on leadership, EmoryBusiness.com decided to dive deeper into the issue. In these stories, hear from faculty, alumni on various bits of leadership training, practice and tips.
- A look at the Leader’s Reaction Course at Ft. Benning, a key component of training
- A recap of the 2015 Diverse Leadership Conference, a hallmark of Goizueta student work
- A peek at what keeps leaders up at night — it involves training and retention
- An in-depth look at the coaching fellows program at Goizueta Business School
- More on the new Leaders in Residence Program at GBS
- Recap and conversation on crisis leadership (particularly with Emory and Ebola)
- A recap — with photos — of the Goizueta Advance Leadership Academy (GALA)
- An examination of when leaders in the C-Suite go too far with power