An executive leadership week for experienced leaders that covers the central themes of leadership competence and behavior. Particularly suitable for managers with many years of professional experience and track records in leading companies, subsidiaries, divisions, business areas, major business units, large areas or major corporate functions.
Experience as a manager is good: it helps you intuit opportunities and threats before others do. It builds credibility, enhances authority and helps you make difficult business decisions. But experience can also lead us astray. What happened in the past is not always a good predictor of the future. The success patterns of the past have a dangerous tendency to harden into dogma.
Beliefs based on experience often lead to wrong decisions especially when the laws of business success are regularly changing. Once in a while, even experienced executives need to question their own knowledge and success formulas. This is the goal of the intensive, five-day Boston Leadership Program: an ideal platform for building knowledge and sharing experience with experienced peers.
Under the theme of “success factor – leadership competence” the program deals with questions that come up when the conditions in the company are right, but the strategies, business plans and concepts have yet to be realized. In such cases, implementing them requires leadership, social skills, motivational skills and communicative competence.