executive education, leadership development, coaching and thought leadership
Menu
global leaders

Archive by Category

Global leadership: Western curricula needs to be attuned to Eastern culture

For global leadership development, Western-style curricula continues to be in demand in Asia, but as Lily Kelly-Radford writes in Chief Learning Officer, it needs to be carefully attuned to local culture in order to be effective. What should you look[...]

read more

Leadership development for developed leaders—At the top schools, it has a lot to do with the talent in the room

[LSE entrance photo: Umezo KAMATA] Financial Times recently featured the growth of Masters in Management (MiM) degrees at leading business schools around the world. One key difference between “traditional” MBA programs and executive MiM courses is the average age of[...]

read more

Congratulations HEC Paris, Duke CE and University of North Carolina: Kenan-Flagler School

The Lycée Henri-IV at HEC Paris. Wikipedia photo. Executive Development Group congratulates HEC Paris, Duke Corporate Education and the University of North Carolina: Kenan-Flagler School of Business for each ranking among the top nine in the Financial Times 2015 rankings of[...]

read more

Randy White at HEC Paris Knowledge Lab in Qatar

#HR Knowledge Lab hosted by @HECParis Prof White discusses #leadership development with HR professionals @edgp #Qatar pic.twitter.com/csovcqiRKP — HEC Paris ExecEd (@HECParisExecEd) November 20, 2014[...]

read more

Gratitude for Captain Edge and the crew of Flight 2276— American Airlines pilot demonstrates some down-to-earth leadership

Teaching leadership to executives around the world, sometimes the curriculum and principles can get so theoretical that it’s nice to hear what leadership sounds like in the real world. I heard it on American Airlines Flight 2276 from Curaçao to[...]

read more

How three clients mastered ambiguity

Randy White and Sandy Shullman feature the stories of three clients of the Executive Development Group in their article, “Build Leadership’s Tolerance for Ambiguity.” Read it all in this month’s CLO Magazine We have a serious problem at the Food[...]

read more

Sandra L. Shullman receives American Psychological Association award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Independent Practice

The Executive Development Group is delighted to announce that our partner, Sandra L. Shullman, PhD, has been recognized by the American Psychological Association for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Independent Practice. Sandy received the award and presented her invited address, “An[...]

read more

Learning from failure helpful in mastering uncertainty

Frank Kalman writes in this month’s edition of Chief Learning Officer about learning from failure: …Aside from the psychological distaste associated with human failure, one of the larger barriers keeping more corporations from embracing it as an engine for learning[...]

read more

Executive education, meritocracy and a few lessons from Qatar’s first executive MBA program

Executive Development Group partners Lily Kelly-Radford and Sandra L. Shullman write in this month’s Chief Learning Officer Magazine about their teaching experience in Qatar’s first executive MBA program: Late in 2010, The International Federation of Association Football announced that Qatar[...]

read more

The ambiguous map to Leadership

The February 2012 issue of Chief Learning Officer offers a special report on leadership development that makes an effective and topical preamble for The Ambiguity Architect and our work in understanding the importance of managing uncertainty as it relates to [...]

read more