Greater Boston’s talented workforce isn’t just a driving force of our economy. It’s our competitive advantage.

We help our members invest in that talent through comprehensive leadership development offerings designed to connect and grow strong leaders who lead both in and out of the office.

Our leadership development programs offer a unique blend of classroom and experiential learning that allows participants to:
  • Build meaningful, long-lasting connections
  • Learn from our region’s most influential leaders
  • Think critically about key business, policy and civic issues facing Greater Boston
  • Apply learnings back to their workplaces

Questions? Contact us.

Rachel Benjamin

Learning & Development Program Manager

Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce

Our Programs


Transformational DEI Certificate

Fluency and training in diversity, equity, and inclusion is critical for business success in our increasingly complex and networked worlds. Offered in partnership with [email protected] Consulting Group, participants at any level of their organization will be equipped with actionable tools and techniques to bring back to their workplaces.


Women’s Leadership Program

Presented in partnership with Simmons University, Women’s Leadership Program (WLP) empowers women at all stages in their career with the skills and network they need to excel, as well as to create the conditions for other women to thrive.


EQ to Elevate Workplace Well-being

This new certificate program incorporates cutting-edge approaches to the perpetual issues of employee engagement, stress reduction, self-awareness in staff, and effective leadership. By participating in this course, your employees will face the future of work armed with the essential skills for amplifying overall workplace well-being.


How to Be an LGBTQIA+ Ally in the Workplace

To prepare for the evolving workforce, it is imperative that businesses and the professionals within them understand how to be effective allies and create inclusive workplaces. This workshop, led by queer educator and consultant Ali Kane (she/they) and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, will deepen your understanding of LGBTQIA+ identities.


Boston’s Future Leaders Program

Presented in partnership with Harvard Business School, Boston’s Future Leaders (BFL) provides emerging leaders with a socially conscious and civically engaged leadership toolkit, as well as the opportunity to apply their knowledge through experiential assignments. Participants graduate with the skills, experience, and connections they need to lead Boston into the future.

EQ to Elevate Workplace Well-being

Designed for mid-level managers and supervisors, this new certificate program addresses workplace well-being through unique, innovative, and actionable methods.

Learning & Development Resources

Thought Leadership

Five Tips to Successfully Relaunch Your Career

Think about reentering the workforce as an opportunity to contribute your skills, which is why your first steps should be to identify those skills and what you truly enjoy doing. Then, reach out to your network for support.
Thought Leadership

Embracing Vulnerability as a Leader

Being able to connect with others on a human, emotional level is a valuable skill. If you are your authentic self in the workplace, it can make you a better leader. And we need leaders who embrace vulnerability and practice compassion in the workplace. We would not have been able to get through the last year without empathy, consideration and understanding for others.
Thought Leadership

A Lesson in Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

A Lesson in Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

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