The Asian Institute of Management (AIM) School of Executive Education, through its partnership with the Swiss-based International Institute for Management Development (IMD), will offer a unique, cross-border program in June and July 2018.
Integrating AIM’s Women Leadership Development Program into IMD’s Orchestrating Winning Performance, the course will take participants to Manila and Lausanne through a three-phased curriculum. The module specific to women leaders will provide participants with the skills to initiate meaningful organizational and behavioral change against gender bias in management.
To be held in Manila from June 18 to 22, Orchestrating Winning Performance will be underpinned by one-day streams in which participants will discuss compelling topics, such as Data Science, Design Thinking, Digital Transformation, and Co-creating a Compelling Future.
Topics will help participants discover the advantages of innovative technology in business, as they are coached to develop strategies toward meaningful, profitable, and sustainable digital transformation.
Participants will realize the value of managing and analyzing data, and learn how to communicate data-driven results to stakeholders. They will also be trained to lead strategic change in their organization via authentic dialog techniques and co-creation principles, which enable them to define and prototype the future.
Participants will then proceed to Switzerland for the second phase, from June 25 to 30, where IMD professors will conduct coaching sessions that have been specially designed for AIM delegates.
The course will conclude in Manila, culminating with synthesis and integration of key learnings, coupled with in-depth discussion of prototypes for collective impact from July 19 to 20.
Led by local and international domain experts, AIM’s Orchestrating Winning Performance is a rigorous executive education program, which will provide Asian leaders and managers with an immersive learning experience to help increase their influence on leadership issues and drive impact on their initiatives for equality, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace.
By the end of the program, participants will have a firm grasp of key business concepts to help them develop strategies and lead organizational change. Another key benefit is the opportunity to network with successful women leaders and listen to their inspirational leadership journeys. The program culminates with networking cocktails on July 22 at the AIM Campus in Makati.
The USD14,800 program fee covers tuition for sessions in Manila and Lausanne, program materials, meals during the program, and an AIM-IMD certificate. Special rates are available for groups of two or more participants. Enrollment is ongoing and interested participants may contact Mary Grace Reynoso, Managing Director of the AIM School of Executive Education via firstname.lastname@example.org or (+63.2) 465.2816.