ADVANCED LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
OVERVIEW Be inspired by the former Chairman of Microsoft Europe, the former President of Coca-Cola Pacific and professors from Harvard Business School, Duke University and Luxembourg School of Business. ALP strengthens your leadership skills, preparing you to lead and have an impact on your subordinates, peers, and stakeholders.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND ? This program is targeted towards experienced executives looking to emerge with a strategic vision and a leadership mindset.
Duration: 2 Weeks. The Advanced Leadership Program is composed of 2 modules of one week each.
Format: Classes take place from Monday to Friday (9 am to 5 pm).
Place: Luxembourg School of Business, 19 Rue Eugène Ruppert – 2453 Luxembourg
Fees: EUR 8450 + 3% VAT.
BUILDING TRUST WITH OTHERS
Day 1 & 2
Exhaustive studies have shown that increasing trust is the primary driver of new revenue generation within an existing client group. Is your ability to build trust as good as it could be? What impact would it have if you were better at it? The biggest gap found in many world-leading leadership development programs is the gap between how much leaders believe they are trusted and how much they actually are. Getting better at the understanding trust is a key step in taking greater control of your practice and your life.
Dr. Darryl Stickel has worked as a consultant with McKinsey & Company. He has served clients from senior military deployed in Afghanistan to senior wealth advisors or CEO of multinational corporations. He holds a Ph.D. in Business from Duke University.
LEADING BY INFLUENCE
Day 3 & 4 & 5
This course outlines how leaders need to have a deep and nuanced understanding of individuals behavior in an organizational setting. The key to successful leadership in today’s world is not by authority but by influence. The focus will be to create an effective leadership and to understand the difference in management and leadership. It will smoothen your transition to a leadership role and will help you develop the skills and approaches that are vital to your team’s success.
Paul Green from Harvard Business School conducted research across various industries (food processing, auto manufacturing, and professional services). He won the 2012 Harvard Business Review/McKinsey M-Prize for his work advancing Self-Management.
LEADING STRENGTHS-BASED ORGANIZATIONS
The world is obsessed with weaknesses. Individuals, organizations, and even countries think that fixing faults and flaws is the only way to make it to the top. In the business arena especially, we’re caught up with the idea of changing ourselves to fit the ‘ideal’ profile of a first-class human being. This preoccupation with weaknesses is the biggest illusion of our time and a huge waste of the most valuable resources we have as human beings—our unique strengths. In this unique course, former Chairman of Microsoft Europe, Jan Mühlfeit, demonstrates that sustained success and happiness as an individual comes from unlocking the full potential of our talents and doing what we love. After all, life is too short to slog away on the areas where we can, at best, only be average.
Jan Mühlfeit, former Chairman Europe for Microsoft, is a global strategist with a proven track record in building successful teams and organizations. Jan coached top executives and he works with Luxembourg School of Business, INSEAD or Cambridge.
LEADERSHIP FOR EXECUTIVES
Day 2 & 3
During this seminar, you will learn essential leadership skills to create a shared vision for your team. You will also have the opportunity to apply new leadership skills to energize your teams and enable them to reach ever higher levels of performance and achieve better results.
Bruno Filipi, former President for Coca-Cola Pacific, has 25 years of successful experience in Leadership in more than 30 countries across 3 continents. He is currently the Director of Multipower, the leader in the functional foods market.
MAKING DECISIONS USING STRATEGIC DATA
Day 4 & 5
Regardless of the setting, managerial decisions are necessarily made under conditions of uncertainty. In order to make informed decisions under uncertainty, leaders must learn to analyze and understand data concerning relevant variables and relationships and to make inferences and predictions on the basis of such data.
Sasa Pekec joined Duke in 1998 and is currently teaching the core statistics course in the daytime MBA and the Cross Continent MBA programs. He holds a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Rutgers University.