Ascending to the C-Suite: From Theory to Practice

PROGRAM

Ascending to the C-Suite: From Theory to Practice




Course Dates:
24/07/2017 To 28/07/2017


Cost:
USD $ 8700

Language of Instruction:
English





This unique and experiential program is designed for senior-level women executives who aspire to the C-suite. The program combines the world's leading business thinkers from Michigan Ross School of Business with leading business practitioners for an unprecedented educational experience. "Ascending to the C-Suite: From Theory to Practice" immerses you in specialized subjects whose mastery is critical for C-suite executives yet often represent gaps in professional development for women leaders. Each topic is taught with a 360-degree view by pairing renowned Michigan Ross faculty with global business leaders.

Participants will dive deep into key business topics and leadership practices while hearing unfiltered insight and first-hand stories from executive role models. Participants will share a similar breadth and depth of experience in a learning environment that will foster strategic connections and relationships beyond the classroom.

Topics that will be covered in depth include advanced business and financial acumen, persuasion and influence, crisis communication, strategic innovation, and building and leveraging networks. Top faculty from Michigan Ross are joined by business leaders whose experience in these subjects is extraordinary - especially when the stakes are high.

 


Michigan Ross School of Business, University of Michigan


										
                                     	
									

Tel : +1 734 763 1000



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