Executive Development Program: Leading Into the Future

Date(s)
September 29–October 11, 2024
Cost
$29,500
CIBE Credits
18
Format
In-Person
Location
Manhattanville Campus, NYC
Requirements
Suitable for executives with 10+ years of management or senior functional experience who are developing strategies shaping the future of their organization.
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Executive Development Program: Leading Into the Future


Date(s)
September 29–October 11, 2024
Cost
$29,500
CIBE Credits
18
Format
In-Person
Location
Manhattanville Campus, NYC

Overview

Program Structure

Program Content

Get the effective leadership tools, strategic thinking, and adaptable management skills needed in this ever-changing world. The Executive Development Program provides real-time, actionable tools on several key leadership topics — from leading high-performance teams to building agile organizations and learning the art of persuasion. You will explore complex issues such as self-awareness and learn skills to build a coalition of the willing and lead others into the future.

  • Coaching and Effective Leadership  
  • The Executive Challenge 
  • Immunity to Change  
  • Leadership as a Practice 
  • Negotiation and Persuasion  
  • Leading Diversity 
  • Leveraging Your Network 
  • Navigating Social Responsibility and the Socio-Political Environment  
  • Values-Based Leadership  
  • Leadership Jazz 

Executive Coaching Virtual Sessions 
Four 1-hour monthly virtual sessions

Our four 1-hour personalized leadership coaching sessions will give you the space and guidance to explore aspects of your life relevant to your leadership growth. Senior, highly experienced executive coaches are carefully selected to maximize leadership learning and ensure participants commit to applying their new knowledge and skills in their current roles and daily life.

 

Key Benefits

Participant Profile

Faculty Directors

Stephan-Meier-Columbia-Business-School

Stephan Meier

James P. Gorman Professor of Business, Columbia Business School

Faculty Co-Director
Dan-Wang-Columbia-Business-School

Dan Wang

Associate Professor of Business, Columbia Business School

Faculty Co-Director

Faculty

Vanessa Burbano | Sidney Taurel Associate Professor of Business | Columbia Business School Executive Education

Vanessa Burbano

Sidney Taurel Associate Professor of Business

Ashli Carter - Lecturer in the Discipline of Management in the Faculty of Business

Ashli Carter

Lecturer in the Discipline of Management in the Faculty of Business

Declan Fitzsimons | Visiting Academic Director | Columbia Business School Executive Education

Declan Fitzsimons

Visiting Academic Director

Adam Galinsky

Adam Galinsky

Paul Calello Professor of Leadership and Ethics, Columbia Business School

Charles Daniel Guetta - Columbia Business School Executive Education

Charles Daniel Guetta

Associate Professor of Professional Practice

Paul Ingram

Paul Ingram

Kravis Professor of Business, Columbia Business School

Sheena S. Iyengar | S. T. Lee Professor of Business | Columbia Business School Executive Education

Sheena S. Iyengar

S. T. Lee Professor of Business

Jerry Kim | Columbia Business School Executive Education

Jerry Kim

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Business Management Division

Sandra Matz | David W. Zalaznick Associate Professor of Business | Columbia Business School Executive Education

Sandra Matz

David W. Zalaznick Associate Professor of Business

Valerie J Purdie-Greenaway | Affiliated Faculty Associate Professor of Psychology | Columbia Business School Executive Education

Valerie J Purdie-Greenaway

Affiliated Faculty Associate Professor of Psychology

Bernd Schmitt, Robert D. Calkins Professor of International Business at Columbia Business School Executive Education, specializes in branding, marketing, and management through his focus on the customer experience, innovation, and customer happiness.

Bernd Schmitt

Robert D. Calkins Professor of International Business

Bruce Usher | Co-Director of the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise | Columbia Business School Executive Education

Bruce Usher

Co-Director of the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise; Elizabeth B. Strickler '86 and Mark T. Gallogly '86 Faculty Director; Professor of Professional Practice

Pierre Yared

Pierre Yared

MUTB Professor of International Business
Vice Dean for Executive Education
Columbia Business School

Program Dates

Module Date
Core Module From September 29 to October 11, 2024
Coaching Sessions From September  to October 2024

 

 

 

Faculty Interviews

Co-faculty director of Executive Development Program: Leading Into the Future, Stephan Meier

What Leadership Skills Are Needed for the Future of Business?

How can leaders be ready for what's ahead – the future of the workforce, the future of finance, the future of technology? Co-faculty director of Executive Development Program: Leading Into the Future, Stephan Meier shares some key insights into what the future of business looks like and the leadership skills that will be needed to address the challenges ahead.

Co-faculty director of the Executive Development Program: Leading Into the Future

How to Develop the Effective Leadership Skills Needed for the Future?

Business is changing faster than ever. How can one effectively lead through all the changes, challenges, and opportunities that are coming? Co-faculty director of the Executive Development Program: Leading Into the Future, Dan Wang shares his key insights into the effective leadership skills needed for the future of business.

Declan Fitzsimons adjunct professor of leadership of the Executive Development Program: Leading Into the Future

The Future of Business Needs Effective Leaders

Leadership development rarely tackles the future as the future is uncertain. How can one lead effectively when changes, challenges, and opportunities have yet to be determined? Adjunct professor of the Executive Development Program: Leading Into the Future, Declan Fitzsimons shares his insights on the leadership skills needed to handle whatever the future may throw a business executive’s way.

Participant Interviews

Strategizing for the Future with Joseph Ho

Strategizing for the Future with Joseph Ho

A seasoned strategist in Southeast Asia, Joseph Ho wanted to stretch his perspectives beyond the usual groupthink. He wanted to expand his skills to more effectively lead his team and find new ways to problem solve for his clients. Joseph shares his insights into how the Executive Development Program prepares participants to strategize for the future.

Catalina Rivera: a Human Resources executive

Navigating the Future: HR Executive Insights

Catalina Rivera is a people person. A Human Resources executive, she has overseen talent in the United States, Mexico, and South America for small companies and large corporations. As the future of work is changing, she wanted to prepare for whatever is coming next. Catalina shares her insights into how the Executive Development Program prepares participants for the workforce of the future.

Abdullah Assadi

Insiders Perspective: How Executive Development Fuels Success

For 15+ years, Abdullah Assadi has worked in Human Resources and Business Development. He knows that leadership development is the key to transforming people and organizations. As a past participant of the program, Abdullah shares his insights into how the Executive Development Program helps executives gain the tools they need to adapt to the challenges of tomorrow and achieve their goals.

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