A recent survey of Canadian executives reveals to what extent executive education is seen as a priority by practitioners, which skills and competencies are most highly valued, and which are seen to be most in need of development support.
In the month that brings us ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’, NYU Stern Business School Professor Jonathan Haidt asks “Can you teach businessmen to be ethical?” in a trenchant article for the Washington Post.
Organizations need leaders who recognize when their current skill sets and knowledge are insufficient and irrelevant and who are willing to change course and learn new approaches - says Michael Campbell, Senior Research Analyst at CCL.
Valérie Gauthier, Associate Professor, HEC Paris and Visiting Professor, MIT Sloan explores the techniques used by the translators of poetry and sees how they can be usefully applied to leaders dealing with complex challenges.
"At Saïd Business School we want to help executives to realise their potential and shape the future of their organisations by building on the intellectual richness of the University, and of our own faculty."