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Shalom Saar

Shalom Saar

Founder of the Center for Leadership Development, Harvard University

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  • Employability

  • Subjects

  • Strategic Leadership
  • Leadership and Coaching for Senior Executives
  • Talent Management
  • Situational Leadership

Shalom Saada Saar teaches leadership and management at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Dr. Saar has worked with various companies on articulating strategic direction, identifying core competencies, designing and delivering learning initiatives, and providing coaching to executives. His clients have included global corporations, government agencies and non-profit organizations. He has trained executives on leadership effectiveness and

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Shalom Saada Saar teaches leadership and management at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Dr. Saar has worked with various companies on articulating strategic direction, identifying core competencies, designing and delivering learning initiatives, and providing coaching to executives. His clients have included global corporations, government agencies and non-profit organizations. He has trained executives on leadership effectiveness and implementation strategies. He has managed executive education for universities and corporations, and developed workshops on managing change, motivating and influencing others, thinking strategically, and leading in adverse environments.

In addition to teaching at MIT, Shalom has taught at the Harvard University, State University of New York, University of Hartford, Southern Methodist University Luiss University in Italy and Loyola College. He has presented papers on leadership development and has been a speaker at civic, industry, and professional associations throughout the United States and abroad. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Psychology from Swarthmore College; and Master and Doctoral degrees in Organizational Behavior from Harvard University.

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