The program includes thought-provoking lectures by leading international faculty, case studies, team assignments that require experiential application of knowledge (“rapid prototyping”), small group sessions and workshops, computer-based simulations, applied leadership techniques from the performing arts, and real-time leadership projects with regional business partners, along with opportunities for social and multicultural interaction.
The program incorporates state-of-the-art training methods that go beyond the classroom and provide a common thread that ties the program together using “I as a leader” as a framework, helping participants move forward on the critical path from being the leaders of teams to leading teams of teams, and further on to leading the organization. The program is carefully designed to guide participants from learning in the classroom to application of that knowledge in the real world.
The following topics are typically covered over the course of the program. The ever-evolving global marketplace drives final program content.