What do we think of when somebody says the word executive? Very quickly, here’s a dictionary definition of the word:
adjective - relating to or having the power to put plans or actions into effect (e.g. "an executive chairman"); synonyms: administrative, decision-making, directorial, direction, controlling, managerial, etc.
noun - a person with senior managerial responsibility in a business (e.g. "account executives"); synonyms: chief, head, principal, senior official, senior manager, senior administrator, etc.
Of particular interest, is the fact that most people don’t think of up-and-coming men and women in this context, as they work day-to-day, to manifest their dream of perhaps creating the next Microsoft, Apple, OWNetwork, Wal Mart or Virgin Groups. And yet, these individuals might truly benefit from executive focused programs … but the focus would have to be appropriate for the programs to be of any value. Therein lies the trick … the same trick that comes, not with starting a small business, but with starting a large business on a small scale.
Our Executive Education programs are built on the premise that you don’t have to be middle or top management in some sizeable, multi-national corporation to benefit from an appropriately developed course or program dealing suitably with the issues that confront ALL executives … regardless of the size of your organization.