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Executive Leadership Development: Analysis to Action

Executive Leadership Development: Analysis to Action

Learn to lead with confidence in this rigorous general management program for executives on the verge of achieving even greater things.

Executive Leadership Development prepares you to take the helm — to analyze critically, lead confidently, and articulate strategically.

This intensive, experiential program encompasses analysis to action — with an emphasis on the action. Develop and hone your leadership style and effectiveness with 360º assessments and one-on-one coaching. Learn design thinking with real, hands-on challenges. Study the art of negotiation by actually negotiating. Manage a hypothetical crisis with team role-playing sessions. Then, return to work with a 100-day action plan that focuses on implementation and impact.

Experience two one-week modules on campus filled with dynamic lectures, hands-on workshops, visits from guest speakers, and leadership development. Between modules, return to your office to work on a design challenge for your company and initiate the 360º leadership assessment. Post-program coaching sessions and a 360º re-assessment keep you engaged and accountable.

You will work closely with Stanford GSB faculty, thanks to the program’s small size, and collaborate in small groups with highly motivated global peers to share business challenges, gain relevant insights, and develop a valuable network that extends far beyond the classroom.

Key Benefits

Strengthen your management acumen, analytical tools, and interpersonal skills to build effective teams and successfully navigate challenges.
  • Improve core analytical skills required for approaching business challenges holistically and making better executive decisions.
  • Develop greater awareness of your leadership style and how it’s perceived by others.
  • Enhance your understanding of the critical interface between execution issues and internal and external strategic challenges to the organization.
  • Apply design thinking principles to solve business problems — learn effective ways of designing teams, business operations, change management initiatives, and organizational structures and culture.
  • Understand relevant psychological principles needed to create high-performance teams and increase employee motivation.
  • Hone interpersonal skills to increase your impact within and outside of your organization.

Who Should Attend

  • High-potential leaders on the fast track who are poised and motivated to take on significant managerial responsibility in their organizations
  • Mid-level executives with at least 10 years of work experience and a minimum of three to five years of management experience — from any size company, any industry, and any country
  • Individuals who are eager, engaged, and inspired to make a positive impact in this program and in their organizations

2018 Program|14 Jan 2018 – 27 Apr 2018

Format

In-person|Stanford GSB
Full-time during on-site sessions

Program Schedule

14 Jan 2018 – 19 Jan 2018
Module 1
Intersession at your office: 360º and Design Challenge
22 Apr 2018 – 27 Apr 2018
Module 2

Deadline

01 Dec 2017

Program Fee

US $28,000

The program fee includes tuition, private accommodations, all meals, course materials, and three one-on-one coaching sessions.

Payment is due upon admission. Your space is secured upon receipt of full payment.

Awarded

Certificate of completion

Contact

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Learn More About the Program

Curriculum

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Application Requirements

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Participant Profile

Learn more about our past participants, and find out if the program is right for you.

Faculty Leadership

Francis J. Flynn
The Paul E. Holden Professor of Organizational Behavior
  • Co-Director, Executive Leadership Development: Analysis to Action
Anne Beyer
Associate Professor of Accounting
  • Co-Director, Executive Leadership Development: Analysis to Action
  • Director, Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Executive
  • Director, Summer Institute for General Management

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