The Voices in Leadership webcast series aims to enhance the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s community by focusing on leadership education. Providing a format connecting high-profile leaders with students and faculty, Voices in Leadership offers insight on what it takes to reach and manage the top of your field. Live webcasts appear on every event’s page and on-demand videos are free and open to the public. You can search for keywords of interest in the interactive transcript of each speaker below the video. To search for topics across all the content of Voices and our sister program The Forum, please visit the interactive video collection via EduClip. Find short articles reflecting on individual Voices sessions on our leadership blog, each written by one of our Student Writing Fellows.
Thanks to the Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development, we hope you will join us as we interview impressive leaders, discuss their experiences and reflect on their careers. Watch, listen, read, and learn something new and interesting as you focus on critical areas of leadership from professionals at the top of their fields.
Questions, ideas, and feedback are welcomed at Voices@hsph.harvard.edu.
Betty Johnson, Director of Student and Fellow Programs
Alison Barron, Program Coordinator
Thank you to the Harvard T.H. Chan production crew, photographers, and staff members that help make every event possible.
Note: This series for its first three years was named “Decision-making: Voices from the Field.” Beginning in fall 2014, the name changed to “Voices in Leadership” to reflect the diversity of leadership topics discussed.