Your success as a leader is closely linked to your ability to run a business in a world that is changing faster than ever before, and how you create a platform where employees will thrive, grow and perform at their best.
Therefore, we have created a leadership development program that will keep you at the forefront with cutting edge thinking on strategy, leadership and innovation from Harvard Business School and Harvard Business Review – and by offering a confidential setting to discuss everyday business challenges and decisions with leaders who match your level of management.
Your leadership development is supported by highly recognised professors and educators through interactive webinars, for which you prepare with case studies, simulation exercises and online resources from Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning - all at your disposal, whether in the office, at the airport or at home.
“Today’s business executives face new challenges. We at Harvard Business Publishing are committed to helping them by providing access to the best ideas in leadership. We have chosen to partner with EGN because of their commitment to quality and lifelong learning.”
- David Wan, Chief Executive Officer, Harvard Business Publishing
You learn, share and apply your knowledge in a tailored peer group, with professionals who match your level of management and discipline but inspire each other with new perspectives, whatever the industry.
A membership includes:
Confidential EGN peer group with members who match your level of management and discipline
Five yearly learning modules based on case studies, simulation exercises and webinars with professors and educators from Harvard Business Publishing
Five annual meetings in your peer group, including one 24-hour meeting
Digital members’ universe where 14,000 leaders and specialists make each other better every day in subject specific, national and international networks of peers
Access to the online edition of Harvard Business Review with new articles and insights from leading experts
Membership events offering networking opportunities and new inspiration at membership prices.
The EGN Executive Program offers an annual completion certificate from EGN and Harvard Business Publishing when you actively participate in at least four out of the five yearly meetings.
How much does a membership cost?
An EGN membership varies in price, depending on your locality, seniority and the specific benefits applied to the EGN group.
Our Network Advisors can help you find the right group based on your managerial level and professional needs.
Enter your contact info here and one of our Network Advisors will get back to you.
How does the peer group network work?
With the support of a professional network, you get the opportunity to exchange experience on a high professional level, strengthen and develop your own skills within management and specialised areas.
As a member of EGN, you get direct access to Top Executives, Business Leaders and Specialists in most parts of the world via our online Members’ Universe where you can ask questions, join debates and network with more than 14,000 other members.
Your personal EGN group represents a confidential forum where all ideas and challenges can be discussed with peers at your own, professional level. To ensure confidentiality, no competitors or significant customer relationships are allowed in the same group.
All our peer groups are managed by a professional and experienced EGN Chair, who facilitates and mentors the peer groups, ensures output both at and between meetings and focuses on your professional and managerial development.
We also offer events and seminars, networking tours, a Between Jobs Scheme, mentoring programmes, CEO coaching and much more.
How do I become a member?
You can apply for membership by filling out this form
When we have received your application, you will be contacted by a Network Advisor for a more in-depth interview to find the right peer group for your managerial level and/or professional need.
All candidates must be approved by both the Chair and specific peer group members before joining a group. This is done both to match relevant peers and also to avoid private friends, customer relationships and competitors being placed together in the same network group and to help facilitate honest and fruitful discussions.