Leading and Managing Globally
AT A GLANCE
- Upcoming Programs:
May 1 - June 11
July 17 - Aug 27
- Program Duration:
- Time Commitment:
30 hours 5 hours/week
Yale School of Management and IMD Business School
Leading and Managing Globally, a 6-week executive development program, delivers participants the ability to use informal authority to create alignment and change and to lead effectively within a matrixed global organization.
Executives in the six-week program, Leading and Managing Globally, acquire the global mindset and competencies needed to effectively lead in this world, from bridging cultural divides, to recognizing more deeply the sources of organizational power and information flow, to overcoming barriers to change.
- Identify sources of informal power and leverage your network of relationships to influence those sources
- Improve management of global virtual teams across cultural, language and time differences
- Overcome resistance to change, and achieve team integration and alignment within complex matrixed structures
- Manage interdependence between organizational units and foster knowledge flows across company silos
- 6 week duration, 30 hours to complete requirements
- 10 hours of on-demand, HD lectures
- Professor interactions, office hours and group learning
- Facilitated Intra-Company Team Meetings
- Final Deliverable, which integrates weekly activities
- Optional Issue Forums available
Who should attend
This course is designed for leaders who want to improve their ability to manage groups with different timezones and cultures. It’s beneficial for:
- Senior leaders
- Mid-level and team leaders
- Project Managers
After successfully finishing the Leading and Managing Globally program, participants will receive a dual Certificate of Completion from Yale School of Management and IMD Business School.
Ranking first in executive education worldwide from 2008-2015, IMD's impressive faculty have partnered up with the best professors from Yale School of Management to drive global thought on leadership and management.
Professor of Organizational Behavior and International Management
Co-developed the Cultural Perspectives Questionnaire which is used as a diagnostic tool in global teams and organizations. She also leads company programs for Skanska, Adecco, Maersk, and other companies.
Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Programs & Lester Crown Professor in the Practice of Management
Professor Sonnenfeld has authored eight books, including the Hero's Farewell which has won an award. He is also the founder and president of the Chief Executive Leadership Institute.
William S. Beinecke Professor of Management
Professor of Management at Yale School of Management. Papers based on the Stanford Project on Emerging companies won the 2003 Accenture Award for making "the most important contribution to improving the practice of management."
Excellence in Global Leadership
of executive participants were likely to recommend the program to their colleagues
stated they were likely to apply their ExecOnline experience and learnings to their real-world work
of participants indicated that their overall experience was Very Good or Excellent
Here’s what our
customers are saying
“Leading and Managing Globally opens anyone's mind to doing things differently because it talks about different cultures and different expectations”Debby Newman Director, Human Resources, Goldcorp
“Video lecture content by professors was great - very focused and inspiring content mixed with relevant case studies and real-world challenges we all face”Global Wireless Solution Company Global HR Director
“Content was very relevant for my current role. The course provided me an opportunity for reflection. I also learned new concepts and tools that I will apply for future projects and initiatives.”Global Mineral Production Company HR Director, Central & South America
“This course raised my awareness of cultural perspectives and how to more effectively deal with and appreciate people and their differences. I feel what I learned from the course and my colleagues is changing to become my natural outlook and behavior”Global Electronic Design Company Country Manager