Course in Global Executive Development
The Global Executive Development Program is an innovative program that will change the way we perceive the global environment. This program equips one with the required skills to lead in an increasingly globalized business environment and provides invaluable insights on how to advance one's career.
With the advent of science and technology geographical barriers are no more that huge a factor. Open economies, Free Trade Agreement and Globalization are slowly bringing us to believe in the veracity of "one world-global village" concept.
Development Dimensions International's (DDI) Global Leadership Forecast, a study of more than 12,000 leaders across 76 countries, found that18% of all leaders and 37% of executives had multinational responsibilities. The executives coordinated efforts across an average of 8.5 countries 62% of the multinational executives described their preparation for their global roles as fair or poor in the Global Leadership Forecast.
Given this reality, the need for special development programs for global executives seems indispensable.
Organizations increasingly need executive talent to lead their growing international operations. They need truly global executives-those who can work effectively across countries and regions to help achieve overall corporate objectives while balancing regional and local interests.
The global economic downturn that began in 2008 has served to reorder priorities in many organizations. Forward-looking organizations, have recognized the necessity of a continued, or even an intensified, focus on talent in order to ensure future organizational viability and success, and are continuing to invest in talent development initiatives.
This program helps us in our goal of revolutionizing the way organizations are perceived -and their workforce, and thus helping leaders/managers build interpersonal in fact cross cultural relationships.
Preparing managers to think and act as global leaders requires a methodology which understands the evolving global challenges and basic human values. This is need is aptly recognized and catered to by our Program.
Last updated April 18, 2018