Columbia Business School Executive Education

Advanced Management Program

Columbia Business School Executive Education
In New York City (USA)

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Tipologie Kurs
Ort New york city (USA)
Beginn Oktober
  • Kurs
  • New york city (USA)
  • Beginn:
    Oktober
Beschreibung

Would you like to give an impulse to your professional life? If so, you should check this Advanced Management Program, organized by Columbia Business School Executive Education, that Emagister.co.uk has added to its catalogue.

Senior executives must solve complex problems, create opportunity, and make a powerful impact consistently – especially in unpredictable conditions. The Advanced Management Program at Columbia Business School helps executives respond to evolving leadership challenges and create a vision to lead their companies to success.

This transformational program designed specifically for global senior-level executives weaves together more than 50 lectures led by Columbia Business School faculty, industry experts, and influencers with experiential learning sessions, personal assessments, and individual and group coaching.

The program’s four-week curriculum — offered in four consecutive weeks or in two 2-week modules — is highly integrated and designed to maximize linkages across three key themes:

-LEADING Authentically
Become the leader you want to be.

-THINKING Strategically
Lead your organization to success.

-EXECUTING Dynamically
Make a lasting impact.

So, if you want more information about this programme contact Columbia Business School Executive Education through Emagister.co.uk without hesitation. You won’t regret it!

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Ist dieser Kurs für mich?

This transformational program designed specifically for global senior-level executives weaves together more than 50 lectures led by Columbia Business School faculty, industry experts, and influencers with experiential learning sessions, personal assessments, and individual and group coaching.

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Wo und wann
Beginn Lage
Oktober
New York City
3022 Broadway, NY 10027, New York, USA
Karte ansehen
Beginn Oktober
Lage
New York City
3022 Broadway, NY 10027, New York, USA
Karte ansehen

Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Executive
Leadership
School
Business School
Programming
Business
Strategic thinking
Programming
Business Studies
Business Studies
Authentic leadership
Decisive execution

Themenkreis

Program Structure

Format and Location


The four-week Advanced Management Program is available in two formats — a consecutive four-week option and a 2x2 option consisting of two, 2-week modules. In both formats, accommodations are provided and included in the program tuition.

Uniquely designed to take place in two distinct locations in the greater New York area, the program brings together executives from around the world and across sectors and industries to learn in an immersive and productive environment.

The first half of the program takes place at a full-service conference center on the outskirts of New York City where executives, faculty, and program managers reside throughout the first two weeks of the program for a fully immersive learning experience that only this retreat-like setting can provide.

For the second half of the program, participants stay in a five-star hotel in Manhattan. The program sessions for part two take place on the Columbia University campus and throughout Manhattan, immersing participants in the business capital of the world. The city becomes an integral part of the learning experience as we take you to inventive, inspiring, and informative locations throughout New York in a variety of program sessions. 
 

Program Curriculum

Weaving together more than 50 unique program sessions over the course of four weeks, the Advanced Management Program combines lectures, workshops, and discussions with a variety of experiential learning opportunities that take you outside of the conventional academic environment.


Preprogram, In-Session, and Postgram Experience

At the Advanced Management Program, your journey of intellectual, personal, and professional growth begins long before you arrive in New York and doesn’t end with the last day of the program. A team of faculty and staff members is single-mindedly dedicated to creating an overarching learning experience for you that extends beyond the four weeks of the program.
From connecting with the program director and members of your executive cohort prior to the program start date to help you identify the organizational challenge you’d like to bring to the program to address, to working with the program director then again after you’ve returned to your organization, we’re committed to giving you professional development with a lasting impact.


Preprogram


In preparation for your arrival, Program Director Bruce Craven will reach out to set the foundation for your learning by helping you with:
  • Setting your personal and organizational goals
  • Identifying and preparing your Living Case (Learn more about the Living Case in our program information downloads.)
  • Completing your 360-degree feedback assessments


You’ll also hear from various faculty, get connected to members of your incoming cohort, and begin to exchange ideas and objectives.


In-Session


Throughout the program, more than 50 faculty members and practitioners led by Faculty Director Paul Ingram share their subject-matter areas of expertise to inspire and guide your journey to authentic leadership, strategic thinking, and decisive execution.


Dynamic and engaging sessions challenge executives’ existing ideas and frameworks. Concepts are absorbed, internalized, and actualized to create immediate and lasting change for executives and their organizations.


Postprogram

After the program concludes, Program Director Bruce Craven consults with executives to maintain the trajectory of their work and help them progress as leaders. Executives also have access to various virtual learning opportunities and are encouraged to leverage their Columbia Business School alumni benefits including the invitation to attend alumni events.