Too often we focus all of our attention and our resources
on developing the most senior people in the organization.
If you haven’t invested some of those same resources
in developing a pipeline of talent,
you may be disappointed when people feel like they’re not
prepared to assume the significant level of responsibility.
What we’re trying to do is provide a way for people
to get that kind of training or development a little earlier
in their careers,
so that they can polish those skills
and eventually grow into their more senior leadership positions.
Executive leadership development analysis to action is a three week program
for rising, high potential managers from around the world.
The way we design our curriculum here
is to provide an opportunity for the best academics in the world
to communicate the most compelling insights to the people who are going to
lead organizations tomorrow.
Working with the professors at Stanford
has been tremendous, a very important step
in my career development.
One of the great things about this program
is it creates lots of opportunities for networking with your fellow participants
in the breaks,
还是课程结束后吃饭的时候 或在傍晚 你都可以编织你的人脉
during meals, and in the evenings, following the day’s program.
Breaking out into a smaller group
allowed me to open up more and share my experiences.
In that smaller setting, you can delve deep into things,
express your thoughts, and learn from other people.
It’s been invaluable.
The amount of takeaways I’ve gotten from the other people,
talking about the things we’ve learned
has given us just as much as the sessions themselves.
It’s reconfirmed that I am ready to go
to the next level in my work.
It’s been a tremendous course.
I would recommend this program to anyone
who wants to move the organization,
their own position, their future to the next level.