Leadership Development Programs and ecq-based Readings



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Vanderbilt University




Managing Teams in Organizations


Management skills and the ability to lead high-performance teams are greatly prized by top companies and executives. In this dynamic, two-day course, you’ll be able to develop and practice these skills—and in the process become more valuable to your organization. For more information, click here.

Date: September 30 – October 1, 2013

Location: Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management

Costs: $1,980
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Washington University in St. Louis

Leading Through Influence: Two Day Seminar

Exercising real leadership and leading positive change requires more than just a worthy goal or a good idea.  It also requires the skill of informal leadership: the ability to influence people both within and outside your chain of command in order to gain support and overcome resistance.  This session helps you understand and develop three key skills of informal leadership: navigating politics, understanding power and exercising influence. For more information, click here.


Dates: November 6-7, 2013
Location: St. Louis- Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center

Cost: $1,500

Contact Number: (314) 935-9494
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Doing Well While Doing Good: Reconciling Profits and Purpose (NEW)

In the midst of striving to serve customers in a profitable manner, executives must find new ways to address social, environmental and economic influences.  Firms vary greatly in how they reconcile their pursuit of profitable results with expectations for serving the common good.  As some focus on "seemingly" narrow shareholder perspectives, others may invest resources towards Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) endeavors that may seem "irrelevant" to the core value-generating competencies of the firm.  Can firms genuinely sustain a competitive advantage while providing an increasing societal value that does not erode profitability inappropriately? For more information, click here.


Dates: December 11, 2013

Location: St. Louis- Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center

Program Tuition: $750

Contact Number: (314) 935-9494
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Negotiation and Conflict Management



Negotiation is a fundamental aspect of every manager's job.  This program will use individual assessments, complex business cases and hands-on experiential activities to address your strengths and limitations, enhancing your skills as a negotiator.  The objectives of the program are to develop a general framework that enables you to better prepare for and conduct a wide range of negotiations and to use negotiations to resolve difficult conflicts effectively and efficiently.  For more information, click here.
Date: October 17, 2013

Location: St. Louis-Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center

Fee: $750

Contact Number: (314) 935-9494


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Wharton—University of Pennsylvania



Building Relationships That Work


Every business today is a relationship business. The quality and impact of your work, and the profitability of your business, depend upon relationships — with customers, co-workers, and competitors; with suppliers, distributors, and support services; with direct reports, senior managers, and boards. Global mergers and alliances offer opportunities for creating growth, but they also pose new challenges. Not only are you working with more people from different disciplines, industries, and cultures, but you have much less face-to-face time with them than ever before. This three-day program helps you revitalize the relationships that affect the quality and profitability of your business. It goes beyond strategies for influencing the behavior of others to provide a process for creating clear communications, effective collaboration, and relationships that achieve results. Faculty will help you develop better listening and questioning skills. You will learn to recognize your own assumptions and judgments and to reframe situations to gain a broader perspective. You will be introduced to a series of sequential, step-by-step frameworks for building new relationships and improving existing ones. For more information, click here.

Program Date: October 21-24, 2013; April 14-17, 2014

Program Tuition: $7,600 USD

Contact Name: Katrina S. Clark

Contact Number: 215-898-1776

Contact Email – execed@wharton.upenn.edu
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Creating and Leading High-Performing Teams


Teams drive organizational progress. Yet forming and leading high-performance teams is one of the most complex challenges facing any leader. Creating and Leading High-Performing Teams combines the best insights from research and case studies, tested in the context of hands-on, experiential learning. The program places executives into team challenges in diverse settings — from rowing crew shells to the performing arts. These experiences will change the way you create and lead your own high-performing teams. For more information, click here.
Program Date: October 7-11, 2013

Program Tuition: $9,400 USD

Contact Name: Katrina S. Clark

Contact Number: 215-898-1776

Contact Email – execed@wharton.upenn.edu
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Leading and Managing People


How do you get people to follow your lead? Your success depends upon your ability to influence the actions of others. Leading and Managing People shows you how to use the fundamental principles of human behavior and communication to engage employees in serving your goals, by linking to their individual motivators. For more information, click here.
Program Date: September 9-12, 2013, December 9-12, 2013

Program Tuition: $8,000 USD

Contact Name: Katrina S. Clark

Contact Number: 215-898-1776

Contact Email – execed@wharton.upenn.edu

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