Loyola University Chicago

Executive and Professional Education Center

Housed in the Loyola Business Leadership Hub

Values-Based Leadership

Loyola’s Values-Based Leadership program explores contemporary business trends from the perspective of values, ethics, and Jesuit principles. These Jesuit core competencies are infused into the curriculum and course experience to create a dynamic program that explores current management practices such as emotional intelligence, strategic thinking, feedback, influence, and more.

During this program, participants explore how to make strategic decisions while creating meaningful impacts in their organizations. Not only will participants assess their own management styles and discover areas for personal growth, but central to the program is developing a personal mission plan for maximizing your impact in your organization.

If you’re seeking to propel your organization and career forward through the framework of values and ethics, this program provides an intensive experience designed to spur your individual growth and develop the qualities of a modern Jesuit business leader.

  • High-potential mid- to senior-level managers 
  • This program is applicable to professionals across all industries

In this program, participants will:

  • Master frameworks, tools, and practices to help you become an effective leader at the highest organizational levels 
  • Blend concepts of contemporary management and values-based leadership to create meaningful impact 
  • Understand the true drivers of influence and power in organizations  
  • Complete a series of assessments that will provide insight into leadership and conflict-management styles and meet one-on-one with an executive coach 
  • Craft your personal mission statement to direct your career and organization’s next steps 


  • Intro to Values-Based Leadership 
  • The Strategy Behind Leadership 
  • Leading with Emotional Intelligence 
  • Leadership in a Global Context 
  • Leading Through Company Culture 
  • High-Impact Leadership and Management 
  • Leading Through Crises for Enduring Success 
  • Disruptive Leadership 
  • Feedback and Coaching Techniques
Andy Kaufman 
Adjunct Faculty
Quinlan School of Business
Amy Kyhos
Executive Lecturer and Director, Honors Program
Quinlan School of Business
Carol Fitzgibbons
Adjunct Faculty
Quinlan School of Business
Brandon Pendleton
Adjunct Faculty
Quinlan School of Business 
  Arup Varma
Interim Department Chair, Management
Quinlan School of Business
Upcoming Sessions  
ONLINE: April 9 - June 18, 2021 
Classes meet on Fridays from 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Registration closes April 2, 2021
$3,500 Register