Thinking (and Leading) Like a CEO
Why do some CEOs seem to succeed naturally while others fail? How can you learn and apply the secrets of successful CEOs while avoiding the pitfalls that beset so many leaders?
It all starts with learning to think like a CEO. This program—developed by successful CEOs and executive coaches—will provide you with valuable insights into the role, skill sets, leadership styles and management techniques of effective CEOs.
This two-day program equips you for success at the C-level.
What You Will Learn:
You’ll learn ideas and techniques you can apply right away, including:
- Skills to improve your own leadership effectiveness—and the effectiveness of your entire team
- Tactics to create and execute strategies for the organization
- How to work more effectively with your board and stakeholders
- Identify costly leadership mistakes and how to avoid them
- Create a personal development plan to improve your chances for advancement to the C-Suite
Who Should Attend:
- C-Suite executives
- Rising C-Suite executives
- Division, department and team managers
- Board members
Length of Program
Continuing Education Units
Cost includes tuition, instructional materials, continental breakfast and lunch (all days).
Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, Nashville, TN
What Participants Say
I am a CEO with no formal CEO mentoring and training. I learned more in these two days than I have in 32 years.
[This program] made me conscious of my flaws and gave me the tools to create a strategy based on my strengths.
A great two days to reflect and refine your skills as a CEO or any other significant leader/influencer in your organization.
This course was challenging for me, and overwhelming in a very positive way. A lot of information and it was a great catalyst for my learning & development.
Rarely in my career have I had the opportunity to enjoy 3 informative, thoughtful, and insightful professionals! Well done!
Excellent, very practical, applicable information that is relevant, useful for CEO candidates or those working for CEOs.
Great insights from folks who “have been there” in a CEO role.