|Date||November 8-9, 2017|
|Location||Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce: 1445 Market Street, Denver, CO 80202|
|Participants||Professionals with 5-10 years of experience with managerial responsibility|
|Meals||Breakfast, lunch, snacks, opening and closing receptions are included|
|Pre-course Assignment||Yale will provide assignments one month in advance. Assignments are readings, projects, or problem sets requiring approximately 2.5 hours of study time. Completion prior to the course is required|
As a top 10 business school, Yale University’s School of Management is recognized globally for creating leaders for business and society. Diversity and Inclusive Leadership is a highly sought-after program where executives and their companies will benefit from improved innovation, growth and decision-making, especially top-team diversity and will help take organizations to a new level of performance. Now, participants have the opportunity to take this popular course in the beautiful mountains of Colorado.
Taught by three of Yale’s distinguished faculty members who have been recognized nationally, the course will utilize:
- Applied learning goals and objectives to maximize immediate return on learning
- Yale-authored “Raw Case Studies” in small groups to reinforce learning and creates bonds among participants
- Experiential learning for impact and stickiness
Learning Goals & Objectives
- The program curriculum is designed to achieve the following learning outcomes to maximize immediate and significant return on learning
- Understand the key characteristics and benefits of inclusive cultures, to gain organizational support for building diversity and implementing plans to achieve that vision.
- Lead high performance teams by learning key critical interpersonal skills including improved emotional intelligence, how to have constructive confrontation, creating psychological safety, building group cohesion, how to give and receive feedback, understand our own unconscious bias, and acquire better listening skills.
- Learn how to lead transformational organizational change by understanding organizational culture and power and how to lead change, even in the absence of formal authority.
- Earn a Yale certificate to join the Yale network: to maintain post-program development via the Executive Programs network.
As one of the world’s leading institutions of higher learning, Yale’s preeminence has attracted top students and faculty since it was founded in 1701. Yale faculty, staff and alumni have earned 50 Nobel Prizes, it is the alma mater of five US presidents, 17 Supreme Court Justices along with numerous Academy Awards winners.