Margaret Andrews

MARGARET ANDREWS is on a mission to improve the world by improving the craft of leadership. Her course, Managing Yourself and Leading Others, is among the most popular classes and executive programs at Harvard and the foundation for much of her speaking and writing.  With over 30 years of business and academic leadership, she understands the ins and outs of leading diverse teams in challenging situations. Starting her career as a CPA in San Francisco, Margaret has also been a marketing executive and a long-time strategy consultant. She now leads The MYLO Center, a private leadership development firm.

On the academic side, Margaret ran the MBA program at the MIT Sloan School of Management before becoming Associate Dean for Management Programs at Harvard University. She currently teaches a variety of courses and executive programs at Harvard, which also includes Creativity and Innovation, Leading with Emotional Intelligence, and Understanding and Evolving Organizational Culture.

Margaret hails from California and has an undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley.  She is also a graduate of MIT Sloan, where she was named a Seley Scholar, the school’s highest honor.