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About the course
Get what you need to succeed and shape your company’s future as a leader at the top level in your organisation.
Set your strategic direction for the future
Get the tools to drive change, establish sustained competitive advantage and prepare for the future in the ever-evolving global landscape.
Benefits for you
- A heightened awareness of the challenges facing today’s CEO.
- An understanding of your business’s competitive context, and the ability to plan strategically and create a more resilient future.
- Capabilities to challenge existing industry assumptions and your organisation’s business model.
- The ability to cope with ambiguity and uncertainty – and reduce complexity – while exploring new opportunities for growth.
- Increased confidence in your ability to lead teams and your organisation, and effectively manage your board and stakeholder relationships.
- Improved health and a manageable work-life balance, gained through our wellness programme.
Benefits for your organisation
- Access best practice, thought leadership and cutting-edge business research to make your organisation more resilient and competitive for the future.
- Build awareness of the challenges facing the external business environment and their implications for your organisation.
- Develop a senior leadership team highly capable of leading an organisation in complex times, and across cultures.
What you learn
Leading the organisation
- Analyse your individual leadership style with a 360 leadership survey and detailed Hogan Dark™ assessment. Lead real organisational transformation by clarifying who you are as a leader.
- Build high performance teams with a shared business vision and values.
- Gain the confidence to capitalise on PR opportunities, and deal with media crises.
Manage complex stakeholder relationships
- Understand what motivates your stakeholders and use that knowledge to maximise opportunity and value.
Developing and implementing corporate strategy
- Achieve sustainable success in today’s business climate by engineering your strategy to keep it in tune with evolving markets, global forces and future scenarios.
- Broaden your strategic thinking, capitalise on opportunities, and improve innovation to ensure your organisation’s competitive advantage and future resilience.
Improving operational and strategic agility
- Take a holistic approach to change that examines your organisation’s competitive environment, challenges management orthodoxies and influences behaviour.
How you learn
- Be inspired, challenged and engage in debate. Leading academics and practitioners share insights grounded in research and business practice.
- Our 360 leadership survey and Hogan Dark™ assessment feed into one-to-one coaching to create a development plan tailored to you.
- Practice key lessons and test ideas in a supportive environment through experiential learning.
- Develop your personal presentation style by working closely with professional actors at a leading London theatre.
- Discuss real life business or management situations that present a dilemma or an area of uncertainty through international case studies.
Your learning experience
- Choose an intensive four-week block or two sets of two weeks split by six to eight weeks back in the workplace for reflection.
- Join an elite and diverse group of senior executives in a dynamic business forum, where debate and challenge stimulate and inspire you.
- Our acclaimed faculty share their industry experience and global perspective on key issues leaving you with powerful knowledge and insight.
- Take advantage of London's global business and cultural opportunities to learn from innovative companies and notable practitioners.
- After the programme you become part of our Executive Education alumni network joining over 17,000 fellow leaders all over the world.
Who should attend
With a minimum of 12 years' management experience, attendees have already achieved significant impact as general managers in their organisations, and include:
- Senior executives from large organisations who are one or two levels from CEO.
- Regional directors or country managers.
- Heads of multiple business units within an organisation.
- Senior civil servants and leaders of not-for-profit organisations.
- C-suite executives of small and mid-sized organisations.
Trust the experts
Professor Sir Andrew Likierman is Dean of London Business School. Andrew was Founding Director of the Executive MBA programme and has been a Professor at the School for many years, lecturing on all the major executive and degree programmes. His research interests are in the field of the measu...
Repeatedly ranked among the world’s top 50 business thinkers by the Thinkers50, Professor Costas Markides is recognised as one of the world’s foremost experts on strategy and innovation. An internationally acclaimed teacher and conference speaker, Professor Markides has researched the topics of s...
Professor of Economics; Deputy Dean (Programmes) MSc (London), PhD (Oxford) Professor Andrew Scott lectures on macroeconomics, showing how macro forces shape the global competitive environment. His research looks at business cycles; monetary and fiscal policy; and global capital markets. He is ...
Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Chair, Organisational Behaviour Faculty BS MA (Minnesota), PhD (University of California, Berkeley) Professor Randall S. Peterson is Chair of the Organisational Behaviour Subject Area and Vice President of the School’s Campaign Committee. His current resea...
Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Faculty Advisor for Electives; Chief Examiner BA (University College, Cardiff), PhD (University of Wales) Professor Nigel Nicholson has been has been a Professor at London Business School since 1990. Before becoming a business psychologist he was a journal...
Visiting Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship BSc, MBA (Andrews University), PhD (University of Michigan) Professor Gary Hamel was recently ranked by The Wall Street Journal as the world’s most influential business thinker, and Fortune magazine has called him ‘the world’s leading expert o...
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Accounting M Soc Sc (Birmingham) FCA FCCA Keith Freeman has lectured on masters programmes and on a wide range of executive education courses including the Accelerated Development Programme and the Senior Executive Programme. He has been the director of several ...
Dan Cable is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School. Dan’s areas of teaching, research, and consulting include employee engagement, leading change, organizational culture and its effects on sustained competitive advantage, leadership development and mindset, gender in lea...
Tammy Erickson is an expert on leadership, the changing workforce, collaboration and innovation, and the nature of work in intelligent organisations. A McKinsey award-winning author, she has been three-times named one of the 50 most influential global management thinkers by Thinkers50. Erickson ...
Isabel Fernandez Mateo
A native of Spain, Dr Isabel Fernandez-Mateo holds the Adecco Chair at London Business School. As Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, she has taught in various degree programmes at London Business School, including the required core Strategic Management course for the full time MBA and Ex...
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