Welcome to Leadership and Strategy Programs

The Competitive Leadership and Strategy programs examine economic principles for long-term strategic success, and quantitative tools for evaluating competitive strategies and valuing choices in rapidly evolving markets. You will perform an internal resource-based assessment and an analysis of the external environment.

The Leadership and Strategy programs of Minerva aim of Great leaders must constantly improve the way they relate to and interact with their people. In this program, you will be challenged to take an introspective look at your own leadership style, values, and impact – and how to create an innovation mindset and culture.

The Minerva programs present a rigorous and market-tested approach to drive reliable and sustainable organic growth initiatives. This programs present tools for strategic planning, decision making, managing risks, and securing market position for innovations. Participants learn to think more holistically about innovation and growth, and leave the program able to put a growth process into action.

Innovations in technology, business practices and employee expectations present great opportunities for leaders in the 21st century. But to maximize impact, leaders must ensure that their resources — human, technical and organizational — work in concert. Develop the tools to direct and coordinate your firm’s human, technical and organizational resources — leading to greater efficiencies, new strategic opportunities and tighter alignment

Leadership and Strategy Programs

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Executive Leadership Seminar: Revitlaize Your Leadership With New Skills Pivotal To Your Organizations

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Leadership Achievements: Learn and Practice a Six-Step Collaboration Model That High-Performing Groups

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The devised focused strategy to develop a level of operational excellence

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Strategies for High-Impact Leadership

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Strategic Leadership: Develop broader insight to lead in today’s complex and uncertain environment

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Organizational Leadership

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Leadership’s Challenges: The complexities of leading teams

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Leadership Presence: Understanding and Communicating through Body Language

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Leadership Agility: Hone your Skills in Strategy Execution

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Leadership: Adapting and Enhancing Team Performance

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Leadership Strategically Thinking: Developing a Competitive Advantage

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Explore your personal Leadership Capabilities

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Transforming High Potential Individuals into High Performing Leaders

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Executive Leadership Experience Seminar: Strategic Thinking to Develop Cross-Functional Knowledge

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Engineering Leadership: The Essential Skill Set Necessary For Early Career

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Enable Women to Identify Strategies and Skills for Leadership Achievement

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Developing Winning Teams: A March Across Excellence

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Develop High-Impact Strategies That Help Achieve Your Sales Goals

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CFOs: Driving Strategic Direction to lead firm transformation and Growth

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Building and Leading Effective Teams

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The Advantage of Minerva

Learning is a process, not a single event. Participants are encouraged to arrive at a program with specific issues they want resolved so their experience in the program can be shaped to help them achieve these goals. But they don't stop learning when class is dismissed. On return to the workplace, they schedule follow-up meetings with colleagues and advisers to pass on what they've learned, implement plans for organizational change and anticipate new challenges before they arise. Please visit our new model of Training Benefit analysis

 

The Essence of Minerva Model

Peer learning does not occur by accident. Participants in Minerva Programs can learn as much from each other as they will from the faculty. At Minerva, we strive for both structured and informal peer learning opportunities — workshops, participant lectures, study groups, topic tables at meals, exercises and simulations, to name just a few. We also work to ensure that the people attending our courses are of comparable managerial and experience levels.

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