NPLI Master Symposium

The NPLI Master Symposium is designed specifically for all NPLI Executive Education Program Alumni.

Tuition Fee: $2,250  (Note: travel and travel related costs not included in tuition fee.)

Target Audience: NPLI EEP Alumni (you must have attended and completed the NPLI Executive Education Program at Harvard University to be eligible to register.)

Program Dates: 2018 TBD

Location:  Washington, D.C.

Program Learning Objectives:

  • Increase your meta-leadership proficiency with new tools, recent lessons learned, and emerging best practices;
  • Be better equipped to cope with the need for leadership and organizational adaptation and transformation;
  • Improve your ability to lead and develop leaders in a multi-generational workforce;
  • Hone your understanding of emerging threats and how to mitigate and respond to them.

Curriculum includes: Brain Science, Organizational Transformation, Principles of Swarm Leadership, Updates on Meta-Leadership, and networking opportunities across all cohorts.

⇒Your Brain: What’s New: Recent insights from neuroscience have greatly expanded the knowledge of how the brain works—and what it means for those who lead in high stakes, high pressure situations.

⇒The Situation: Beyond Situational Awareness: NPLI faculty have developed two new tools—the POP-DOC Loop and The Situation Map to help leaders better understand what they confront and maintain disciplined thinking as the decide what should be done.

⇒Connectivity: Swarm Leadership: Drawing on their research into the Boston Marathon bombing response, NPLI faculty will share a leadership behavior model designed to optimize multi-organizational performance within ICS/NIMS and other structured incident management systems.

⇒Agile Meta-Leadership: Adaptation & Transformation: Among the most vexing challenges facing leaders today for the components of their organizations to adapt swiftly, simultaneously, and synchronously to fast-evolving challenges. Invited speakers Peter Neffenger (former TSA Administrator) and Richard Serino (former FEMA Deputy Administrator) share practical meta-leadership experiences leading an interactive dialog.

⇒Next Gen: Developing Emerging Meta-Leaders: In effective organizations, leadership is cultivated in a development arc from top to bottom, novice to master, across a multi-generational workforce. NPLI faculty present their latest research and lead a discussion on changing expectations and opportunities.