Leadership Lab Fellows

The Leadership Lab Fellows Program is designed to further engage MBA and EMBA students who are interested in leadership development opportunities. During students’ first two semesters, they will fulfill the below noted criteria in order to become a Leadership Lab Fellow. Eligible students will opt in to become Fellows at the beginning of their second year.

Requirements for becoming a Leadership Lab Fellow (to be completed during students' first two semesters): 

  • Attend at least two Leadership Lab events
  • Complete a Leadership Lab coaching session. More information will be sent following receipt of the LEAD 360 report.
  • Additionally, meet at least one of the following items:
    • Take at least one Leadership-related elective course during your first two semesters (such as The Leader’s Voice, Managerial Negotiations, Leading Diversity in Organizations, Think Bigger, and Personal Leadership & Success)
    • Participate as a Peer Advisor, CMC Fellow, or Chazen Leadership Fellow
    • Hold a leadership position in a student organization
    • Complete an independent study with a Management Division faculty member

The benefits to Leadership Lab Fellows include:

  • A free third coaching session. All students have the opportunity for a free second coaching session during their second year. Fellows may take advantage of a third session any time during their second year.
  • Priority sign-up for Author Talks and Workshops.
  • One free Action Learning Venture. Action Learning Ventures are off-campus events such as rock climbing, dinner duel cooking challenge, and ropes course.
  • Recognition as a Leadership Lab Fellow on Leadership Lab’s website.
  • Opportunities to present at Leadership Lab events. This may include introducing speakers, or leading the debrief discussions after events.
  • And more!

Please contact leadershiplab@gsb.columbia.edu with any questions on the Fellows Program.