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    1. Get the development needs. Boil it as a result of the very best three development needs, or perhaps plain english, “what do you think you’re hoping to get from a program?” Typical email address details are “learn how you can~the way to~tips on how to~the best way to~ways to be strategic”, “leading change”, or some combination of functional knowledge (finance, sales, and marketing). There may be is often a timeframe that’s better or worse as opposed to runners (i.e., next 6 months, steer clear of the summer, etc…)

    2. Search your chosen executive education providers.

    3. If you notice a few potential programs, get a good fit. Glance at the recommended participant level, participant mix, industry mix, and company participation.

    4. Browse the instructors, read the bios. Look at the day by day agenda, topics, and activities. Again, you are considering a great fit for the participant and his/her development needs. Speak with the provider’s Exec Ed Director, or someone who can assist you find out more about the programs.

    Ask other’s when they have knowledge of the program.

    5. Speak to past participants if at all possible, or someone responsible for leadership/executive development development.

    6. Geography can often be an issue. Looking for a global experience? Than get a good mixture of global participants, or better yet, attend a plan beyond your U.S.

    7. Length of program: Programs range anywhere from 2-3 days to 6 weeks. I honestly have no idea how one could afford to visit a 6 week program currently, unless these are with a sabbatical or their clients are just trying to find rid of them for a while.

    8. Browse the amenities’. Okay, I know, this is the chance to learn and not a holiday, but first class food, accommodations, and surroundings each one is section of the total experience. Also see if the room and meals are included in the program.

    9. Factors which should stop a part of a choice: alumni relationships, timing coinciding with the NCAA playoffs, and catchy program titles.

    10. After all with this, narrow it right down to 2-3 program, after which select determined by best fit, timing, and expenses.

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