A comprehensive General Management programme designed to help business leaders build exceptional levels of strategic, high-performance leadership skills.
The Advanced Management and Leadership Programme is designed to be a transformative experience within a life-long leadership and learning journey. It focuses on both your organisational and personal impact as a leader.
- Achieve greater confidence. Develop confidence in your knowledge by testing your assumptions and making them more robust.
- Sustain actionable knowledge. Harness information you already have into workable action plans.
- Gain global insights. Through real case studies and explorations, your assumptions are challenged and you gain new perspectives.
Who should attend?
The Advanced Management and Leadership Programme is designed for senior executives, including CEOs, Chief Operation Officers, Chief Financial Officers and Heads of divisions, geographical regions or other major business units within the private or public sectors. They will have a minimum of 5 years’ senior executive general management experience.
Upon completion of the programme, you will attend the award ceremony and receive a Certificate of Attendance from Oxford International Collaboration Centre (OICC).
You may choose your accommodation from local hotels in Oxford. However, we have a limited number of accommodations onsite which you can book in advance. Some bedrooms are en-suite and some with shared bathrooms. They are all decorated to a high standard, and come with tea/coffee-making facilities plus free Wi-Fi access. To check prices, availability and to book rooms please contact email@example.com
The registration fee for a 4-day programme is £950. Fees include course materials, tuition, refreshments, lunches, certification and tour of Oxford. The price does not include accommodation.
Register immediately online
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· You will receive a visa invitation letter from us, if you require a visa to the UK.