JHU hosts Executive Development Seminar for Senior Managers

Johns Hopkins University presents the Executive Development Seminar for Senior Managers

What: An intense course of study designed to enhance organizational leadership capabilities through the use of lectures, group discussions, case studies, experiential learning, etc. led by an esteemed faculty in business disciplines such as:
– Performance management
– Ethics and leadership in business
– Strategic planning and implementation
– Coaching and Mentoring
– Building dedication and commitment

Where: Johns Hopkins University, Mt. Washington Conference Center, 5801 Smith Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21209

When: Five one-day per week classes to be held on Thursdays (May 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31) from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Cost: $ 3,500 per person for the five-day program, which includes continental breakfast, buffet lunch, afternoon break, pre-reading materials, handouts, DVD, textbooks, faculty instruction, field trip transportation, etc.

Who: Typically seminar participants would include senior managers from various business disciplines such as manufacturing, finance, purchasing, human resources, marketing, engineering, research and development, information technology, etc.

Seminar to provide the maximum benefit for each participant, class size is limited to 25

Sheldon F. Greenberg, Assoc. Dean
Joe McGowan, Director, Federal Programs
Johns Hopkins University Johns Hopkins University
School of Education School of Education
410-516-9863 410-516-9870

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