Join an executive MBA community distinguished by drive, ingenuity, keen intelligence, and a thirst for even more knowledge.
Your classmates bring a remarkable diversity of experience and perspectives, yet have one very important thing in common: Berkeley Haas Defining Leadership Principles resonate profoundly with each of them.
We thrive at the epicenter of innovation. We make progress by speaking our minds even when it challenges convention. We lead by championing bold ideas and taking intelligent risks.
We make decisions based on evidence and analysis, giving us the confidence to act with humility. We foster collaboration by building a foundation of empathy, inclusion, and trust.
We are a community designed to support curiosity. We actively seek out diverse perspectives as part of our lifelong pursuit of personal and intellectual growth. There is always more to learn.
We shape our world by leading ethically and responsibly. As stewards of our enterprises, we take the longer view in our decisions and actions. This often means putting the collective good above our own interests.
Your highly accomplished classmates not only enrich your academic journey, they become trusted advisors, supporters, and friends for life.
Staying together in the same hotel during course sessions makes it easy to get together for class projects and group study—and to bond over discussions of life and what you’re learning.
Because you attend executive MBA classes on campus, you are a fully integrated part of Berkeley Haas, with access to a nonstop program of activities, from case competitions and tailgate parties to our annual alumni gala.
There is geometric progression to growth in this program: working with your study group of four or five, bonding with dozens of your classmates during immersion weeks, getting to know students in other programs at Berkeley Haas, and allying with your extensive alumni network.
The most successful leaders understand and value the perspectives and experiences that every individual brings to campus and to the workplace. The diversity of your executive MBA community enlivens the classroom, shows you new ways of thinking, and advances your learning.
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"The Haas Defining Leadership Principles spoke clearly to me, and I could relate to all of them. I thought, ‘That's the kind of leader I want to be.’"