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Strategic Leadership Skills in the Oil and Gas Industry


http://www.cox.smu.edu/web/executive-education/strategic-leadership-skills

Research has shown that effective leaders have developed a pattern of success based on critical competencies that have been honed throughout their careers. In this program, you’ll be exposed to highly creative faculty who will give you the tools to think and work differently as you move through the leadership roles and challenges of the oil and gas industry for the next decade.



Program Dates: April 15-19, 2013

Program Location: Dallas, TX

Program Tuition: $6,750

Contact Number: 214-768-3335
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Stanford University



Stanford Executive Program


http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exed/sep/

Established in 1952, the Stanford Executive Program is the flagship executive program offered by the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Taught by more than 30 Stanford faculty members, this six-week program features a general management curriculum that is customized to the needs of senior executives working in global companies, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations.

The purpose of the Stanford Executive Program is to equip senior executives with the knowledge, relationships, and tools necessary to drive results at the highest levels of global management. Participants in the program embark on a comprehensive academic journey that prepares them to successfully navigate the diverse challenges facing top executives in today's dynamic global marketplace.

Residing together on the Stanford University campus, participants in the Stanford Executive Program immerse themselves in a curriculum that examines the economic, political, social, and ethical demands of top leadership. While pursuing studies with peer executives from around the world, participants are inspired by the diverse cultures and new friendships that define the Stanford experience.

The Stanford Executive Program offers four primary benefits to participants:


  • Broaden your expertise

  • Refresh your knowledge

  • Map your direction

  • Shape your organization's future

Program Dates: June 23 - August 3, 2013

Application Deadline: April 30, 2013

Location: Stanford University

Cost: $60,500 USD

Individual Leadership Skills Development (Optional): $5,800 USD

Contact Number: 650.723.3341
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Executive Leadership Development: Analysis to Action


http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exed/eld/

To maintain competitive advantage and sustain success in a fast-changing business environment, organizations must identify, nurture, and prepare the next generation of high-performance leaders for excellence. Executive Leadership Development: Analysis to Action is designed for the emerging leader who will navigate the firm through tomorrow's business challenges.

The program will strengthen participants' analytical tools, management acumen, and interpersonal skills, thereby preparing managers to build effective teams, resolve strategic problems, drive change through the organization, and ultimately get to the next level. The objective is not to follow a specific recipe for leadership development, but rather to learn how to "cook for yourself" by refining a set of personal leadership skills to solve problems independently and to lead with confidence. Participants will leave the program with sharpened analytical skills, a better awareness of how they are perceived as leaders, and a fresh and informed perspective on accomplishing their individual leadership objectives.

Program Dates: January 13 – 25 and April 14 – 19, 2013 (this is a two-module program)

Application Deadline: November 19, 2012

Location: Stanford University

Cost: $31,000 USD

Additional Leadership Coaching (Optional): $3,000 USD

Contact Number: 650.723.3341
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Executive Program for Women Leaders


http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exed/epwl/

In facing the challenges of managing their careers to maximize professional and personal goals, women often struggle with how to develop their own leadership styles and effectively enhance their power and status within an organization. To reach the highest levels of management, it is essential for women to recognize, understand, and transform common business challenges into career-building opportunities.

Through a rigorous combination of lectures and interactive exercises this unique program allows women executives to explore frameworks and tactics to achieve their goals in dynamic work environments.

Program Dates: May 5 - 10, 2013

Application Deadline: April 5, 2013

Location: Stanford University

Cost: $10,500 USD

Contact Number: 650.723.3341
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Executive Program in Strategy and Organization


http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exed/epso/index.html

In the high-stakes game of today's global marketplace, business leaders must successfully navigate a constantly changing and complex environment to ensure that their organization is winning. How do you recognize the unique challenges and opportunities your organization faces and craft strategies to effectively leverage your corporation's competencies? How do you instill your organization with the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit needed to continuously evolve and sustain competitive advantage? This program will enable you to resolve the challenges you face each day and ultimately finish the game with the winning hand.

The Executive Program in Strategy and Organization enables executives to apply the results of pioneering multidisciplinary research in strategic management and organizational theory to their specific business situations. Participants explore how their own organization's competencies and shortcomings translate into strategic challenges and opportunities and come away with the skills necessary to build appropriate action plans.

Program Dates: July 14 - 26, 2013

Application Deadline: June 3, 2013
Location: Stanford University


Cost: $22,000 USD

Contact Number: 650.723.3341
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Leading Change and Organizational Renewal


http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exed/lcor/index.html

To maintain its competitive edge, your organization must be able to anticipate foreseeable changes and effectively react to those thrust upon it by market forces. Leveraging the latest research in organizational behavior and performance, this program gives you real-world examples of how to overcome barriers to strategic change and teaches you how to promote innovation and change throughout your organization without sacrificing short-term goals.


Leading Change and Organizational Renewal emphasizes learning in action and provides tools, time, and structure for participants to apply the learning to their own business situations. Directed by senior faculty from both the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Harvard Business School, this program represents a unique collaboration between leading researchers and practitioners in the area of organizational change and renewal. Structured workgroups provide high-level participant interaction outside the classroom, with participants giving group presentations at the end of the program.
Summer Program Dates: June 9-14, 2013

Application Deadline: May 13, 2013

Fall Program Dates: November 3-8, 2013

Application Deadline: October 7, 2013

Location: Stanford University

Cost: $14,500

Contact Number: 650.723.3341
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The American College


Master of Science in Management (MSM)


This Accredited Master’s Degree in Leadership Begins June 17, 2013!
Curriculum

More specialized than an MBA, the Master of Science in Management (MSM) concentrates on the critical needs of leadership within an organization. This specialized graduate degree program covers the core topics of Leading the Organization, Driving Managerial Process and Systems and Leader Development. It will challenge you in the following areas:

• Managing group behavior and conflict • Understanding business law and HR
• Strengthening strategic leadership and influence • Leading organizational change
• Driving organizational and crisis containment plans • Respecting ethics and social responsibility
Structure

A large portion of your coursework is done outside of class. Students are expected to complete the required readings before class, contribute to the class by explaining how they interpreted the material, then spend time outside of class with their cohort group discussing how they would apply what they have learned to their own practice. Cohort groups are subsets, small groups of 4–5, of your fellow MSM students. You will work with your cohort group throughout the year-long program. You will be evaluated through essay exams, projects, case studies and class participation.


Program Features

Fast-paced: make the commitment, and you’ll earn your master’s degree in just 12 months.

Practical: You will be able to apply your coursework to real world scenarios quickly.

Respected: You’ll be taught by experienced instructors from The American College and other leading institutions such as Rutgers University and the Wharton School of Business.

Hands-on: Experience applied learning with two, one-week residences that focus on interactive classroom learning with experienced faculty members and students from various industries.

Accommodation: The remainder of your classes will be provided via scheduled live online sessions, each designed to deliver maximum convenience.


The MSM Course Schedule

Residency I A week of face-to-face classes held on campus in Bryn Mawr, PA

• Communications and Leadership

• Personal and Interpersonal Leadership Skills

• Leadership Development Experience (Start of your year-long project)



Webinars 6-week online courses held Monday evenings

• Classic and Contemporary Leadership Studies

• Dynamic Organizational Leadership

• Law, Compliance, Benefits and Social Responsibility

Leading Strategy Development

• Decision Making Leadership Skills



Residency II A final week of classes held in Bryn Mawr, PA

• Ethics in Leadership

• Management by Leadership

• Leadership Development Experience (Final presentation of your year-long project)


The American College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

MSM: Program cost: $29,870 ($2978 per course) $360 (application fee)
For more information on this program, please contact: 610-526-1451 or go to

TheAmericanCollege.edu/MSM




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Leadership Development Experience


http://www.theamericancollege.edu/graduate-degrees/msm-executive-leadership
A year-long course designed to provide students with skills useful to their current work as it prepares them for greater leadership challenges in the future. It begins in Residency I and ends in Residency II. The leadership methods taught in this project are the best practices employed by top executives in many successful companies to facilitate change and improve performance. Methods will vary for individual projects; specific methods will be recommended to fit students’ work settings.
Course Dates: June 17, 2013 — June 23, 2014
Application Deadline: May 1, 2013
Course Tuition: $2,987 (
Price subject to change in 2013)

Contact Number: 610-526-1451
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Classic and Contemporary Leadership Studies


http://www.theamericancollege.edu/graduate-degrees/msm-executive-leadership
Differentiates management skills from leadership skills. It reviews the essential research of the last 100+ years as it describes the traits, style and functions of a leader, as well as situational aspects, team leadership and transformational leadership. The twin aspects of humility and will, which are essential to move from good leadership to great leadership, are discussed. Contemporary issues of leadership as they relate to changes in society are also covered.
Course Dates: July 8, 2013 — August 12, 2013
Application Deadline: May 1, 2013
Course Tuition: $2,987 (
Price subject to change in 2013)

Contact Number: 610-526-1451
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Dynamic Organizational Leadership


http://www.theamericancollege.edu/graduate-degrees/msm-executive-leadership
Understanding organizational behavior as a necessary requirement for whole systems in developing organizations is the central content of this course. The course connects the drives of human behavior to group behavior in dealing with learning, stress and conflict and the subsequent impact on an organization’s culture and strategy as they continue to change. Also, it demonstrates the importance of power, influence and politics on human behavior and why it is critical to develop the skills to delegate, motivate, appraise performance and still be flexible and creative. The relationships between individual performance and the environment of the organization are analyzed in depth.
Course Dates: August 23, 2013 — October 28, 2013
Application Deadline: May 1, 2013
Course Tuition: $2,987 (
Price subject to change in 2013)

Contact Number: 610-526-1451
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Law, Compliance, Benefits, & Social Responsibility


http://www.theamericancollege.edu/graduate-degrees/msm-executive-leadership
Shows the relationships between law, compliance processes, employee compensation and benefits packages, social responsibility and the success of an organization. Building on the behaviors explored in GS 940, it elaborates on the importance of human resources expertise regarding job analysis, recruitment, selection, compensation, measurement of performance and diversity in leading a successful organization. The course demonstrates the importance of the organization’s compliance with government requirements of fairness at work, and it includes a discussion of contemporary human resource management and leadership principles and practices.
Course Dates: November 18, 2013 — January 13, 2014
Application Deadline: May 1, 2013
Course Tuition: $2,987 (
Price subject to change in 2013)

Contact Number: 610-526-1451
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Leading Strategy Development


http://www.theamericancollege.edu/graduate-degrees/msm-executive-leadership
Strategic management is concerned with determining the future direction of an organization and implementing the decisions aimed at achieving the organization’s long-term and short-term objectives. The strategic management process consists of seven major interrelated subprocesses, including the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis approach. The process enables a leader to formulate and implement strategies that accomplish the mission and vision of the organization.
Course Dates: February 10, 2014 — March 3, 2014
Application Deadline: May 1, 2013
Course Tuition: $2,987 (
Price subject to change in 2013)

Contact Number: 610-526-1451
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Decision-Making Leadership Skills


http://www.theamericancollege.edu/graduate-degrees/msm-executive-leadership
Examines the individual and collective factors that affect the decisions managers make in their everyday routine at work. The approach is descriptive and prescriptive as it focuses on how managers actually make decisions, as well as how they ought to make them to optimize fulfillment of organizational and personal goals. There are two main sections of the course: the first deals with individual-level processes that influence decisions; the second considers the collective forces that affect managers’ and leaders’ decisions.

Course Dates: April 14, 2014 — May 19, 2014
Application Deadline: May 1, 2013
Course Tuition: $2,987 (
Price subject to change in 2013)

Contact Number: 610-526-1451
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Organizational Change


http://www.theamericancollege.edu/graduate-degrees/msm-executive-leadership
The intent of this course is to acquaint students with the complexity of change. Change is a constant process in the modern organization as the level of competition continues to intensify. Change involves the appreciation and understanding of organizational culture, conflict resolution, meticulous communication techniques, and advanced leadership skills (including innovative intelligence and critical thinking). This intensive course will address each of the topics listed above by reviewing some exceptional readings and reinforcing the concepts learned through a series of interactive exercises and activities. Upon completion of this course, students will be better prepared to lead change within their organizations as well as respond to the resistance that generally accompanies change initiatives.
Course Dates: June 23-27, 2014
Application Deadline: May 1, 2013
Course Tuition: $2,987 (
Price subject to change in 2013)

Contact Number: 610-526-1451
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