Today more than ever, in a highly competitive environment and in the face of an uncertain future, companies need leaders who can decode business issues and make bold strategic decisions to guide their organizations towards success.
This high-level seminar will help you increase your ability to master the levers of value creation in order to boost your strategic analysis skills, decision-making and ability to innovate in order to make better decisions at the head of the organization.
You will have the opportunity to share lessons from eight experienced CEOs and talk to other participants about their methods for overcoming obstacles.
This interactive, dynamic and intensive training, held over two evenings and five days, is offered in partnership with Executive Education HEC Montréal.
Training over two evenings and five days
29 May (all day + evening) and 30 May 2018
Why take this course? Who is it for?
About the training program for executives
This series of high-level training seminars, known for its quality and offered in partnership with Executive Education HEC Montréal, trains impactful leaders, agile catalysts with an innovative vision, who are able to respond to the business issues in their industries and succeed in a fast-paced world.
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Why take this course?
During this program, you will develop:
- An in-depth understanding of your personal abilities as a leader
- A coherent approach to strategic issues at the level of executive committees
- Robust decision-making skills to be able to make bolder decisions
- A strengthened proficiency for strategic analysis
- Innovative, cutting-edge tools to stand out
- A larger contact network to support your actions
Who is it for?
Those with training in management and more than 10 years of experience: managers, senior executives or members of a management team, or those who are on their way to becoming such, within an organization, a department, a business unit or a function.