||Corporate Learning Moderator
||The Moderator is a core member of the Harvard Business Publishing client delivery team who leads and facilitates blended learning programs. Moderators work in collaboration with HBP staff and work directly with learners of our three primary programs: Leadership Direct™, Breakthrough Leadership, and Harvard Manage Mentor™. Learners can be emerging leaders, mid‐level managers, or senior leaders within corporations. Moderators facilitate discussion of case studies and lead application exercises via videoconference, webinar or online discussion boards, debrief simulations, and lead some train‐the‐trainer sessions. In addition, Moderators may lead client calls, participate in orientations, write summaries, conduct needs assessments, or create written materials.
This position is ideal for an experienced educator who has deep expertise in management and leadership topics, is well versed in the Harvard Business School case study method and is a natural facilitator and educator. The successful Moderator loves being in front of a group virtually, and facilitating discussions about the practice of management.
This is a contract position where hours are variable depending on volume and scheduling of client programs. This role is best suited to someone who has flexibility during and after working hours over several months as our programs last from 4‐7 months.
All moderator candidates are screened by the Corporate Learning Resource Network (CLRN) and participate in an audition process. The audition consists of the moderator candidate leading a brief case discussion with an internal Harvard Business Publishing team.