'Challenging leaders to create the future'
The Senior Executive Programme equips senior leaders with the intellectual agility, tools and insights required for organisation-wide management today and tomorrow. It's a results-oriented, exploration of three key themes challenging executives around the globe: strategy, leadership and transformation.
This programme helps you critically examine your current mind-set and biases, transforming your view of yourself as a leader. You'll discover more about the elements of your leadership style, their implications on your ability to lead your organisation through turbulent times and give you the awareness you need when you need it the most.
Participants on this executive development programme typically bring more than fifteen years of relevant management expertise and have responsibility for determining future direction of their organisation, managing complexity, transforming their organisations and inspiring the individuals with whom they work.
Delivering on today's objectives and shaping tomorrow's direction is the heart of this executive development programme. This executive development programme will challenge you to create the future for yourself and your organisation.
Inspiring leaders to create the future for themselves and their organisations.
Success today demands effective action on multiple dimensions. In the same way, leaders must draw on all skills simultaneously. Interwoven throughout the Senior Executive Programme are three themes critical to today's executives and their organisations - strategy, leadership and transformation.
The Senior Executive Programme is designed for high-calibre executives who want an intensive, general management experience to invigorate their ability to lead, inspire and transform their organisations. Participants from public, private, forprofit and not-for-profit sectors join today's leaders from around the globe, creating a world-class, multicultural executive forum. Inspiring you to improve business performance.
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Last updated October 14, 2016