Course in Leadership in South America

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Leadership

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A Master’s degree in Leadership is concerned with organizational change, team facilitation, conflicts and communication within organizations. It gives students an interdisciplinary education to handle these issues that institutions face today.

If you wish to increase your knowledge of social, cultural, administrative, and historical viewpoints of South America and the Latin world, this is the continent for you.

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International Management & Leadership - IM

International Business School Americas
Campus Full time July 2017 Italy Altavilla Vicentina Brazil São Paulo + 1 more

Develop essential skills in management and create business leaderships no matter the area the participant takes part. It allows the participant to lead managerial posts and people and to improve managerial processes with an international view. [+]

Course Studies in Leadership in South America 2017. Period: January and July Course load: Full day classes and activities for 3 weeks - 80h in classroom and 8 hours of extra activities. Faculty: Specialist professors from the university, with great academic and professional experience. Dynamics of the class: theoretical classes, cases discussions and practical activities Students’ profile: Undergraduates interested in Administration Additional activities: Visit to the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, or the Fashion District of Milan, Italy. Number of students in class: from 15 to 30 Investment: € 5.100 + enrollment fee € 60 – check scholarship programs Payment conditions: up to 10 installments Enrollment period: upon request Objectives of the program Develop essential skills in management and create business leaderships no matter the area the participant takes part. It allows the participant to lead managerial posts and people and to improve managerial processes with an international view. Program* 1st week: Strategic Leadership Classical and Contemporary Views of Leadership; leadership versus management; sharing power and confidence. Company Visits and Project work. 2nd week: Business Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Negotiation techniques and strategies; environmental analysis and approach methods; Mediator’s role in conflict resolution. Role Game. Company Visits and Project work. 3rd week: Intercultural Management Globalization and the new business arena; international mergers & acquisitions and its impacts over employees; intercultural management foundations. Company Visits and Project work. Graduation Ceremony. * Subject to change according to the coordination. Previous readings: Students will receive a set of articles to read, with... [-]

Executive Program in Leadership: The Effective Use of Power

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 1 week July 2017 USA Stanford Singapore Santa Cruz United Arab Emirates Dubai Argentina Buenos Aires Brazil São Paulo + 9 more

The Executive Program in Leadership is designed to help participants put effective, collaborative methods of leadership to work in their organizations and leverage the leadership potential of all members of their teams. [+]

Successful leaders understand power-and they know how to share it. In today's world, where intellectual capital reigns, competitive advantage occurs when an organization utilizes the knowledge and experience of all its members. "Command and control" leadership styles are obsolete; instead, leaders must learn to identify, focus, and release the power of the entire organization.

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The Executive Program in Leadership is designed to help participants put effective, collaborative methods of leadership to work in their organizations and leverage the leadership potential of all members of their teams. Participants focus on developing their own leadership skills and personal influence, as well as explore strategies for building a team of strong individuals who will support each other, deal with tough problems in an efficient manner, and take accountability for results.... [-]


Executive Program for Women Leaders

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 5 days May 2017 USA Stanford Singapore Santa Cruz United Arab Emirates Dubai Argentina Buenos Aires Brazil São Paulo + 9 more

In this program, CIOs, CTOs, and senior general managers learn to identify, assess, and communicate the strategic competitive advantages enabled by information technology. [+]

Recent developments in information technology have transformed the way organizations conduct business. Today, companies are slashing costs using real-time electronic communications, improving customer intimacy by leveraging the Internet, and taking advantage of new business models such as distributed auctions and trading hubs. Yet many senior leaders lack the tools to assess and communicate the business impact that information technology can bring to their organization.

In this program, CIOs, CTOs, and senior general managers learn to identify, assess, and communicate the strategic competitive advantages enabled by information technology.

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Executive Program in Leadership: The Effective Use of Power

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 1 week July 2017 USA Stanford Singapore Santa Cruz United Arab Emirates Dubai Argentina Buenos Aires Brazil São Paulo + 9 more

Participants will explore the nature and consequences of resistance to change, as well as the impact of various approaches to executing change, using a computer-based management simulation. [+]

Managing Organizational Change: The Executive Information System Simulation

 Participants will explore the nature and consequences of resistance to change, as well as the impact of various approaches to executing change, using a computer-based management simulation.

Influence Without Authority: Dealing with Multiple Stakeholders

This session introduces a model for influencing important stakeholders who cannot be given orders (or who will cooperate better when allowed to influence back). Learn to apply it in complex organizational situations where it is necessary to diagnose the interests of a diverse group.

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