Posts Tagged ‘professional development’

leadership development

You’ve pivoted, innovated and gotten into the groove of working from home – at least some of the time. Important things like professional development can’t, and shouldn’t, be on hold any longer. Executive education can be a significant investment of time and money so you need to find the right course. What should you be considering when making your choice?

June 2021

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ethical leadership

As we near the end of what has been been an extraordinary year globally, leaders in every sector and industry are future planning. You know ethical leadership is key to the success of that future, but it’s hard. How do you make the right decision when you face competing interests, conflicting advice, partial information and tight deadlines? What if doing the right thing is bad for the bottom line in the short-term or damages your career prospects? Wherever you and your team are starting 2021 – together, remotely, refining your existing business or reimagining what it could be – we can help you. Online and in-person 2021 programs are open for registration now.

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leadership development

In today’s changing world, organisations are looking to transform themselves in order to stay competitive and be future-ready. One of the key drivers of an organisation’s ability to transform is its ability to develop leaders who are strategic, agile and resilient. The more the learning and development of senior management is leveraged as a strategic tool the better equipped companies are to transform.

In this article Rose Cartolari talks about how to ensure leadership development programs give you the results you need.

via Forbes, 8 September 2020

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alumni

Imposter syndrome, the doubt that gnaws at you while you wait for others to realise you’re a fraud, is all too real.

Fortunately for us, Executive Colloquium alumna Esther Roadnight discovered the rewards of stepping out of her comfort zone. She was among peers at the table, and their experiences and hers were very similar.

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