Organizational Leadership & Transformation MA/PHD

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Organizational Leadership Degree Programs at Saybrook

Do you want to:

  • Develop your leadership ability
  • Design humanistic institutional systems and administrative structures
  • Become a change agent
  • Succeed as a social entrepreneur
  • Enhance your coaching or consulting practice
  • Be a better manager 
  • Employ the power of human and organizational systems to effect positive change toward a sustainable future
  • Explore new ways to work within and across organizations and communities
  • Find new approaches to address issues such as climate change, resource use, social innovation, and social justice?
  • Incorporate systems science in designing organizational change
  • Become a leader who can create the conditions for transformational change
    Support cross-sector collaboration
  • Develop credentials for academic teaching, coaching and/or "Lean" manufacturing
  • Bring sustainable practices to your organization and communities

Then pursue one of our master’s or doctoral programs in our School of Organizational Leadership and Transformation. Choose between our Seattle-based, blended learning program with frequent face-to-face weekend labs, or our hybrid online learning option to find the best fit for your needs and lifestyle.

Organizational Leadership & Transformation Degree Programs

Organizational Leadership Students & Alumni

Join an active community of students and alumni who have adapted and reinvented themselves for careers in government, administration, non-profit leadership, executive coaching, leadership training, and consulting. Our Organizational Leadership alumni work everywhere from small start-ups and non-profits to Fortune 100 companies such as Boeing and Microsoft.

You'll learn from each other and from faculty who are skilled scholar-practitioners, with national and international experience. They are not just scholars, but also sought-after business leaders who work first-hand on the cutting edge of globalization, information technology, and new management practices.