Learn to lead when failure is not an option.
Effective leadership determines organizational success, and professionals in high reliability organizations understand the constant pressure to deliver. Our High Reliability Leadership course prepares you to tackle organizational challenges head-on.
Master techniques and tools based on cutting-edge research and learn essential skills to consistently achieve successful outcomes. Whether you’re currently in a leadership position or aspire to be, this course will prepare you for success in challenging environments.
Who Should Attend
- Professionals in the medical, healthcare, public safety, energy, public service or government sectors
- Rising managers who wish to develop their capacity for leading a highly reliable team, unit, or organization
- Individuals who want to consistently succeed in high pressure situations
What Will You Learn
- Master the techniques and tools for leading in challenging environments
- Manage expertise and information crucial for reliable performance
- Bolster the confidence and capabilities necessary to lead high reliability organizations to success
No active sessions.
JHU employees are eligible for 100% tuition remission. JHHS employees receive a 20% discount. For more information on discounts, registration, and cancellation policy, please visit our FAQ page.
CHRISTOPHER G. MYERS
Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School
Christopher G. Myers is an Assistant Professor in the Management and Organization discipline at the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School, and Core Faculty at the Johns Hopkins Medicine Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. He focuses on individual learning, leadership development, and innovation. His research has been recognized with scholarly awards from organizations including the Academy of Management and featured in best-selling books such as Work Rules! by Google's Laszlo Bock.
KATHLEEN M. SUTCLIFFE
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School
Kathleen M. Sutcliffe, PhD (University of Texas, Austin) is the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Business and Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. Her research focuses on how organizations and their members cope with uncertainty and unexpected surprises, and how organizations can be designed to be more reliable and resilient. She is currently investigating these issues in healthcare as well as in wild-land firefighting, oil and gas exploration, and other dynamic high-risk industries.