Our General Management and Leadership programmes are specifically designed to offer executives, senior leaders, managers and CEOs the opportunity to up skill in fundamental business management areas or step back and refresh their leadership outlook. The flexibility of our offering allows this to be achieved in two or three week residential blocks, or through shorter programmes over a period of two years.
Duration 3 weeks
Dates 7-26 November 2021, 5-24 June 2022 or 6-25 November 2022
Fees £20,000 + VAT
Offers the opportunity for you, as a seasoned general manager, to step back from your professional and personal lives and dedicate time for yourself in a learning environment second to none.
Duration 20 half-day sessions across 2 blocks, plus one block of 6 days (2021 cohort) or 10 half-day sessions, plus two blocks of 6 days (2022 cohort)
Dates 6-9 September 2021 (2021 start date) or 7-11 March 2022 (2022 start date)
Prepares participants for their transition into senior management roles, by helping them to develop the necessary skills, insights and knowledge.
Duration 2 weeks
Dates 30 January-11 February 2022 or 26 June-8 July 2022 or 23 October-4 November 2022
Fees £15,000 + VAT
Provides an understanding of the concepts and fundamental principles in key management disciplines, and how to apply them to improve decision-making within your organisation. You will work with faculty who teach on the MBA programme at Cambridge.
Duration 3 days
Dates 23-25 March 2022, 22-24 June 2022 or 28-30 September 2022
Fees £3,300 + VAT
Furnishes you, as a high potential woman, with the essential skills needed to reach the top of your organisation. You will develop a clear action plan for your career advancement through reflective learning, discussion and debate.
Duration 6 half-day sessions
Dates 17-19 and 24-26 November 2021 or 16-18 and 23-25 November 2022
Fees £2,475 + VAT
Offering a strengths-based perspective on female leadership looking at the positives of female power and encouraging authentic leadership styles that serve you and your organisation.
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