breaking news


today is May 30, 2023

Imagine this: you’re an F1 fan, and you’ve always dreamed of becoming the next long-running, successful team principal. Who better to learn from than a boss who’s won eight consecutive constructors’ championships? 

That’s right. Toto Wolff (or Professor Wolff, if you’re part of Harvard Business School’s MBA programme 👀) is heading to university to share insights on high-performance leadership, organisational culture and personal effectiveness with the school’s MBA students.

Toto’s official role is Executive Fellow and he will serve as a guest lecturer.

It’s not the first time Toto has worked with Harvard Business School. Throughout the 2021 F1 season, professor Anita Elberse gained behind-the-scenes access to the Mercedes team, which resulted in a case study about Toto and his success with Mercedes.

In a press release, Toto said: “I feel very honoured and privileged to continue working with the incredibly bright young minds at Harvard.

“When I step on campus, I am inspired by the student’s curiosity and ambition, and I leave energised by the special learning environment they create together with the brilliant faculty.”

Elberse, a co-lecturer, said: “We very much look forward to welcoming Toto back to campus. I have seen first-hand how much our students benefit from learning about Toto’s leadership journey and from his deep knowledge of what it takes to run a highly successful sports team.”

We don’t go to Harvard, but if Toto could teach us how to run our lives more efficiently, that would be great.

Would you like to be taught by Toto Wolff?