Course highlights The concept of “knowing one’s self” lies at the heart of this select program facilitating the development of a deep understanding of personal attributes and leadership traits. Leadership coaches will help you develop your own clear career goals along with strategies for how they may be achieved. This self-analysis process enhances learning outcomes from other critical business-skill units you will undertake and will enhance your potential to become one of the business leaders of tomorrow.
In addition to self-realisation and leadership, this unique Executive MBA integrates fundamental units in financial management, law, HR and marketing with more advanced elements that include international business, entrepreneurship, governance and business-planning. The program includes a study tour to China, honing awareness of the demands of the quickly changing globalised business world. During the tour you will learn the intricacies of negotiating and conducting business in a foreign culture and applying commercial expertise in a vastly different environment.
The Executive MBA places great emphasis on leadership and decision-making. To enhance your learning in these critical areas you will undertake a leadership practicum supported by a senior executive, typically a CEO of a large organisation, who will provide guidance and mentoring in executive decision-making. You will experience first-hand how governance issues are handled at the highest levels in the real world.
The program accommodates no more than 40 busy executives who remain together as a cohort for 22 months. Typically, during this time you are likely to make some really good friends and develop a network of business contacts second-to-none.
The EMBA program is delivered once every four weeks from Friday to Sunday over 22 months. It will be one of the most challenging and rewarding investments of your professional life.
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