Fletcher LIVE Online

The Essentials, Curated for Today’s Global Leaders

In a fluid global landscape, you need access to reliable information and strong collaborators. Fletcher LIVE Online brings the expertise of our faculty directly to you, wherever you are in the world. We’ve created a streamlined collection of essential courses that are fast, in-depth, and prepare you for today’s most important global challenges.

Fletcher is here to set you up for success. Lead your team through today’s most urgent challenges, whether you are managing a multinational team, growing a global business, serving in a diplomatic delegation, or launching a local initiative that could transform your community.

What sets apart the Fletcher LIVE Online experience?

World-Renowned Expertise: Our faculty serve as consultants and strategic advisors at organizations like the United Nations, NATO, the World Bank, the World Economic Forum, World Trade Organization, and the Pentagon, among others. Navigate with confidence, knowing you have the best and most up-to-date knowledge at your disposal.

A Global Network: In small classes, you will join a global community of fellow leaders – diplomats, CEOs, and innovators – tackling many of the same challenges as you, and you will join Fletcher’s vast network of faculty, alumni, and collaborators.

A Standard of Excellence: Our online programs offer the same in-depth, educational experience our students have come to expect. Classes are capped at 30 participants to ensure a high level of engagement, interaction, and personalized learning.

Summer Courses 2022

Thank you to all those who participated in Fletcher LIVE Online! It was a pleasure to work with you and be a part of your professional journey.

Understanding the Dynamics of Climate Action in 2022

Taught by Dean Rachel Kyte

As special representative of the UN secretary-general, former VP of the World Bank, and special envoy in the Paris Agreement, Dean Kyte offers a rare look at climate policy and the future of our planet.

Thursdays, 8:00 – 10:00 am EST
May 12 – June 9

Strategy and Leadership for Social Impact

Taught by Prof. Alnoor Ebrahim, author of the award-winning book, Measuring Social Change

Design a robust theory of change for your organization and prepare a strategic plan to create measurable impact in your community.

Tuesdays, 9:00-11:00 am EST
May 31 – June 28

Advanced Negotiation

Taught by Professor Eileen Babbitt

Leverage the tools of the UN, WHO, and leading peacekeeping organizations to move your organization forward.

Thursdays, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm EST
June 2 – June 30

Cyber Risk Management

Taught by Professor Josephine Wolff, author of By the Time You Read This, It Will be Too Late

Take control of your cyber risk strategy and be prepared with an incident response plan.

Wednesdays, 9:00-11:00 am EST
June 1 – June 29

New Courses Under Development

Market-Driven Inclusion

Taught by Kim Wilson

Engage and leverage market forces to improve lives and learn strategies for commercial, government, and non-profit sectors.

Data-Driven Approaches to Humanitarian Crisis

What is the role of data when human rights are at stake? Learn to use evidence powerfully and ethically to make an impact in a crisis.