Leadership Development Programs and ecq-based Readings



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Dartmouth College



The Leadership & Strategic Impact (LSI) Program


The Leadership and Strategic Impact (LSI) program improves the strategic leadership skills of senior managers whose actions and decisions have strategic implications for the organization.  An intensive five-day program, LSI will hone your strategic capability, while at the same sharpening your individual leadership skills and self-awareness so you can help your teams, divisions, and overall organization transform strategy into front-line action. As its title indicates, LSI is all about the intersection of how to think, communicate and lead strategically to further organizational objectives. For more information, click here.

Dates: October 20-25, 2013 & June 22-27 2014

Location: Tuck School of Business on the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, New Hampshire

Cost: $11,000

Application: Click here to access the LSI application

Point of Contact: Valerie Davio (603) 646-2839
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The Leading Innovation: From Idea to Impact Program


Leading Innovataion: From Idea to Impact Program is the essential program for learning to navigate the innovation execution process from beginning to end. In five intensive days, the program provides the necessary practical frameworks to successfully execute on breakthrough ideas so your company can stay ahead by creating, growing, and profiting from new business models. Participants in Leading Innovation will learn how to address these challenges and successfully execute an innovation initiative. For more information, click here.

Dates: October 27-November 1, 2013

Location: Tuck School of Business on the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, New Hampshire

Cost: $11,000 (includes tuition, all program materials, most meals and accommodations on the Dartmouth College campus).

Application: Click here to access the Leading Innovation application

Contact: Valerie Davio (603) 646-2839

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The Tuck Executive Program (TEP)


The Tuck Executive Program (TEP) is Tuck's premier leadership program. TEP immerses senior executives in a broad, strategic general management experience with an unparalleled emphasis on personal leadership transformation. TEP provides you an opportunity to learn with a select group of peers who come from a broad range of functional backgrounds and represent a richly diverse mix of top global organizations, industries, and countries. TEP is the shortest of the elite advanced management programs, as noted in a Wall Street Journal survey of advanced management programs at select business schools. Lasting just three weeks, TEP’s tightly integrated design helps address the pressures of being away from office and home. For more information, click here.
2013 Session Dates: July 13-August 2, 2013
Location: Tuck School of Business on the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, New Hampshire
Program Fee: $33,000 (includes tuition, all program materials, leadership assessments, most meals and accommodations on the Dartmouth College campus).
Application: Click here to access the TEP application

Contact: Valerie Davio (603) 646-2839

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Duke University

Advanced Management Program

Duke’s Advanced Management Program (AMP) develops global business executives who can lead collaboratively and innovatively in today’s rapidly changing environment. The program is designed for:

Upper and mid-level executives with at least 15 years of experience who have the recognized potential to move into a more senior executive position or role with global responsibility and senior executives holding responsibility for corporate or divisional strategy and implementation. For more information, click here.
Dates: Session I: September 8-20, 2013

Session II: November 10-22, 2013



Location: Duke University, Durham, NC

Costs: $43,000 (Includes tuition instructional materials, accommodations, meals, and supplemental activities. Airfare and transportation to and from the airport are not included.)

Contact: Email execed-info@fuqua.duke.edu Phone: 1 800.372.3932 or 1 919.660.8011

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Duke Leadership Program

The Duke Leadership Program (DLP) is based on the principle that every leader has an individual style. The goal of the program is to help you systematize your intuitive leadership skills in an intense and supportive environment, learning to capitalize on your strengths while overcoming leadership challenges. Great leaders are continually learning. This program is ideal for anyone with current or anticipated leadership responsibilities, ranging from high-level executives and managers to people expecting to take on leadership roles, to those who are not in management positions but are expected to lead and influence others in the course of their work. The program teaches six dimensions of leadership and uses a personalized method for helping you develop your competencies in each of the six areas. Central to the course is a 360-degree assessment tool to be completed in advance of the program by your colleagues. Each assessment is interpreted by a professional coach who will work individually with you to analyze the results and apply leadership principles to the feedback. For more information, click here.




Dates: October 13-18, 2013 & December 9-13, 2013

Location: Duke University, Durham, NC

Costs: $9,000 (Includes tuition instructional materials, accommodations, meals and supplemental activities. Airfare and transportation to and from the airport are not included.)

Contact: Email execed-info@fuqua.duke.edu Phone: 1 800.372.3932 or 1 919.660.8011
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Managing the Unexpected


Managing the Unexpected (MU) blends academic research, practical insights and improvisation techniques to give you the tools to react and adapt in the moment. Contrary to what you might be thinking, this isn’t a class for comedians— it’s for managers who want to set aside their inhibitions and learn ways to promote better communication, problem solving, and decision making in their organizations. Managing the Unexpected teaches people at all levels of management topromote creativity and innovation in your organization, improve group dynamics, communication and presentation skills, manage crisis and conflict more effectively, make faster decisions, and better group decisions, promote organizational learning, embrace change and learn to take risks. For more information, click here.
Dates: October 20-23, 2013

Location: Duke University, Durham, NC

Cost: $4,800 (Includes tuition, instructional materials, accommodations, all meals and supplemental activities. Airfare and transportation to and from the airport are not included)

Contact: Email execed-info@fuqua.duke.edu Phone: 1 800.372.3932 or 1 919.660.8011
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