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Executive Education 
Programs for Individuals

Pragmatic, relevant management seminars about specific management topics or multi-part executive education programs. For executives, managers, practioners and high potentials.

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General Management for Executives (GME)

Modern general management in 5 days. What do you need to successfully and sustainably lead a company or part of a company? Our top lecturers will show you the latest, proven concepts of modern corporate management. You will learn from the best and test your own concepts. You’ll confirm your success and get useful tools for further optimization. 

EP0537-G

Language

German

Details

23.10.2017 - 27.10.2017

Hamburg, Germany

Euro 4'900.-/CHF 5'400 /US$ 5'900.-

EP0518-G

Language

German

Details

29.01.2018 - 02.02.2018

Lucerne, Switzerland

Euro 4'900.-/CHF 5'400 /US$ 5'900.-

EP0518

Language

English

Details

26.02.2018 - 02.03.2018

Berlin, Deutschland

Euro 4'900.-/CHF 5'400 /US$ 5'900.-

Sessions & Fees

Sessions & Fees

Overview

Overview

Executives really do expect a lot from their advanced training. They don’t want long-winded, theoretical lectures, but rather concise knowledge-transfer that’s down to earth and practical to use every day. They want concrete cases and best practices, not of intellectual brain-games. Result-oriented discussions with business professionals, not subtle debates with academics in their ivory towers. If this is what you’re looking for, our General Management for Executives course delivers it – in form of a creative, application-ready synthesis using the latest management knowledge. You will profit from an exchange of ideas with first-class lecturers and executive participants like yourself from very different industries and countries. Current examples, best practices and a controlled, moderated exchange of opinions guarantee you the most in practical-oriented benefits when implementing what you learn.

Who should attend

Who should attend

Executives and successful managers who want to deepen and refresh their already extensive knowledge with a comprehensive overview of  the latest holistic management techniques, including:

  • Members of the management board, CEOs and general managers
  • Heads of profit centers, subsidiaries, branch organizations, product lines and important functional areas
  • Company owners, stakeholders, partners
  • Experienced area and departmental heads
  • Performance-oriented management staff and high-ranking employees with organizational and development tasks
  • Employees who are being groomed for a general management position

How you benefit

How you benefit

This course teaches you the latest knowledge about holistic and result-oriented corporate management. 

It will support you in:

 

  • extracting the factors you need to be even more successful in your management activities
  • guaranteeing the success of your company thanks to an update of tried-and-tested general management knowledge
  • finding more time for really important decisions, and thinking and acting in an even more result-oriented way
  • setting strategic priorities and using these to initiate known strategic programs

Curriculum

Curriculum

General Management – How to Successfully Conduct Business Today and in the Future

Finding the right balance between short-term results-optimization and long-term prosperity is one of the most difficult management tasks that executives are confronted with.

  • The principles behind long-term success
  • Short-term results – increasing profits, achieving profitability targets
  • Ensuring a sustainable future – identifying investment needs

Drawing the Right Conclusions

Managers are swamped with information – industry reports, studies, internal market and competitor analyses all need to be read in the right way and evaluated for their strategic relevance. But even the best decision guidelines cannot replace some things – the ability to ask the right questions, to have a nose for emerging trends and to be able to filter out from numerous sources exactly that information needed to create the right strategic roadmap.

  • Recognizing trend reversals early
  • Defining where you need to act, where you need to initiaten a course correction
  • Developing pragmatic knowledge management – optimal use of proven knowledge and expertise

Strategic Management

Once you have identified where you need to act, you must do so quickly and relentlessly. But what is the difference between a good and a bad strategy here? Which way is the right one, and why? Here you get good use out of management concepts, empirical studies and best practices. We show you how to do this.

  • The concept of strategic management
  • Making minimal, but correct changes to your strategy is often enough – we show you what to change and how to go about it
  • Creating structures, changing structures
  • Successfully implementing your strategy

Motivation, Communication and Leadership

How successful a strategy is will be seen in the marketplace – more motivation means more profit. Skillful communication, the right leadership style for the situation and shared values are playing an increasingly important role in this.

  • Using your own leadership qualities in a result-oriented way
  • How to motivate employees long-term
  • Effective communication internally and externally

 

Marketing, Innovation and Branding

As an executive, you affect marketing efforts to interface with the customer. We will show you how strategies can be converted into customer-focused marketing concepts, and which tools and methods are needed to achieve above-average market success.

  • What characterizes good marketing, and what every person on the management staff needs to know about marketing
  • Customer benefits and customer proximity
  • The importance of the brand
  • Digitalization as opportunity

Modern Financial Management

Betting on stock prices, exchange-rate and price fluctuations are for speculators. Serious executives and managers concentrate on sustainable value creation. We show you why value-oriented corporate management and social responsibility do not have to be a contradiction in terms.

  • Financial responsibility as a management task that cannot be delegated
  • An overall system concept for value-oriented management
  • With what concepts can you increase corporate value continuously and sustainably?

Registration

Registration

You can register for the executive education training by clicking on the link below and a registration form will open.

Register here

Additional Information

Program discription as PDF download

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General information

Phone: +41 (0)43 499 40 20

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