The Executive Transition Program (ETP) is a modular three week general management program designed for experienced, functional managers who have recently moved, or are about to move, into positions with more general management responsibilities.
The ETP delivers an integrative understanding of management insights, that is, the tools, skills, and attitudes participants will need to achieve greater levels of success and competence as managers. They will return to their company with the broad strategic understanding necessary to seize business opportunities for long-term success. The course’s three modules have been custom-designed to support mid- to senior-level managers in:
Developing an in-depth understanding of the core managerial competencies required to manage across functions
Mastering the general management perspectives and capabilities necessary to lead new business development or existing business transformation, including the interaction of business and politics
Evaluating, defining, and adopting the role of a responsible leader capable of collaborating with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.
Information on participating / attending:
Having completed the ETP you will receive the ESMT Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Management, a prestigious recognition of your professional development.
Module 1: 20.10. - 27.10.2017
(ESMT Campus Schloss Gracht)
Module 2: 16.02. - 23.02.2018
(ESMT Campus in Berlin)
Module 3: 20.04. - 27.04.2018
(ESMT Campus in Berlin)
Tuition: 19.900 EUR
10/20/2017 13:00 - 10/27/2017 17:00
ESMT European School of Management and Technology GmbH
Business and commerce
Economics / business administration
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