Carey Business School (JHU)
Oct 19, 2017 to Oct 20, 2017
This short course focuses on evidence-driven perspectives and tools for leading in these challenging environments, and provides participants experience-based opportunities for developing their personal leadership capacity. Bringing together the latest research findings with a set of hands-on experiences, the overarching goal of the course is to equip participants with the confidence and capabilities to lead highly reliable teams and organizations in their current and future leadership
Oct 23, 2017 to Oct 25, 2017
Today’s leaders embrace Design Thinking as an essential tool for innovative thinking. For professionals who are eager to take their human-centered design skills to the next level, we are pleased to offer Advanced Design Thinking. Participants in this course will further develop their abilities to research, ideate, prototype, and test – this time utilizing their collective efforts for a more intensive design challenge. Teams learn improvisational techniques for idea generation, observational research, and rapid prototyping, along with participating in robust discussions on team synthesis and creative abrasion. This seminar will take you out of the classroom and immerse you in the world of creative and experiential learning. Through Advanced Design Thinking, leaders can further unlock their creative potential and the potential of their teams.
Nov 02, 2017 to Nov 03, 2017
We negotiate every day, and many of our negotiations involve people from different national, regional, or organizational cultures. Cross-cultural negotiations, in other words, are ubiquitous. Despite their ubiquity, many of us know little about the strategy and psychology underlying any negotiation, let alone a cross-cultural negotiation. This seminar will provide participants with the foundational skills and knowledge needed to negotiate effectively across cultural borders. A set of interactive negotiation exercises will introduce participants to negotiation principles that extend across any culture, then the ways that culture may influence negotiators’ priorities, styles, and value systems. By the end of the course, participants will understand the features of negotiation that do and do not vary across cultures, developing the skills and strategies necessary to adapt when negotiating in a cross-cultural setting.
Rotman School of Management (U of T)
Nov 10, 2017 to Nov 20, 2017
Execute on strategy and reduce overwhelm with practical, real-world strategies that help executives carve out more time for leadership.
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Explore the unique challenges of those who strive to be recognized as strategic business partners within their organizations. You will develop the ability to make more informed decisions, apply your legal knowledge to move your organization forward strategically, and successfully navigate organizational dynamics.
Jointly developed with Odgers Berndtson, this program will help you develop the intellectual and emotional agility, decisionmaking, problem-solving and communications skills required for success in a critical leadership role.
Create an inspired workplace that supports true human development through mindfulness training, leadership skills and increasing well-being.
McCombs School of Business (McCombs)
Formal and informal leadership skills are essential to creating engagement in todayâs competitive work environment. This class examines what it takes to "make it" as a leader, and presents a wide variety of practical moves successful people make to create loyalty and build commitment. By outlining specific steps you can take to enhance interpersonal effectiveness you will be poised to generate high levels of engagement among your co-workers. In this program, we discuss research findings where leaders worldwide were asked to describe what they do on a daily basis that makes them successful leaders.
Haas School of Business (Berkeley)
Nov 06, 2017 to Nov 10, 2017
What can you do differently, as a leader, to bring your organization to its full potential?
The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)
San Francisco, CA
Nov 26, 2017 to Nov 30, 2017
Travel and tourism industry executives will enhance their leadership skills in this innovative strategy program.