CCL ranks No. 8 overall in the 2013 Financial Times worldwide survey of executive education. CCL has claimed a Top 10 ranking in all 12 years in which it has participated in the survey. Of the more than 70 institutions ranked by the Financial Times, CCL remains the only one that specializes in leadership education and research.
This year will be an important one for women's careers in Europe. While Equal Pay Day on 27 February highlighted that women in the EU had to work 59 extra days in order to attain the same average salary as their male counterparts in 2012.
The NEPAD Business Foundation (NBF) and Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) have teamed up to create the One Million African Leaders Connect (1MALC) initiative. The partnership aims to accelerate leadership development and ultimately enable sustainable economic development throughout Africa.
Anticipating increasing growth in Europe, Middle East and Africa, the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) named David G. Altman, Ph.D., Vice President and Managing Director of CCL EMEA. Altman has a strong background in leadership development and has served on CCL's Executive Team for the past nine years. Prior to his appointment as VP and MD of EMEA, he served as Executive Vice President of CCL's global Research, Innovation and Product Development group at the global headquarters in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA.
Ahlstrom, the high-performance materials company and one of Finland's pioneer multinationals, recently signed a contract with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL EMEA) to deliver a modular, management development program world-wide. The program is part of Ahlstrom's leadership culture change initiative and aims to strengthen a single high-performance culture.
The Republic of South Africa aims to overcome divisions on the gender front, so telecoms giant MTN, one of the country's most successful multinationals, recently organized a two-day 'Women in Leadership Conference'.
The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) EMEA will officially open its new regional headquarters and training campus in Brussels on 2 October 2012 with A Day for Change. The packed program of events will include technology demonstrations, discussions, workshops and inspirational speakers.
The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) EMEA is pleased to announce that Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice at the London Business School will receive the 2011 Walter F. Ulmer Jr Award for Applied Research at a ceremony in Brussels on 17 July 2012. Established in honor of a former president of CCL, the Ulmer Award recognizes leading business thinkers who have an outstanding career in applied leadership research.
What global leadership trends should executives and managers know about to enhance their own careers and the performance of their organizations? The Center for Creative Leadership's new annual report offers insights from the leading edge of the field.
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The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) ranks No. 6 overall in the 2012 Financial Times worldwide survey of executive education released today, the second straight year it has earned that spot. CCL has earned a Top 10 ranking in the survey for 11 consecutive years — and remains the only institution among 50 in the survey that specializes in leadership education and research.
To better serve Russia's fast paced business environment, the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) is launching a tailor-made Achieving Leadership Effectiveness (ALE) program for the Russia and CIS market.
The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), ranked among the world's Top 10 providers of leadership education by the Financial Times and BusinessWeek, will launch its first Africa office with an event on May 10, 2012 at the Radisson Blue Hotel Addis Ababa. This event will coincide with the 22nd World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa, where strengthening Africa's leadership will be a central theme.
On April 1st, the Center for Creative Leadership EMEA opened its new regional headquarters and training campus in Brussels. With its contemporary design, open-space concept and high-tech focus, the campus will further enhance the learning experiences of clients from around the world.
The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) ranks among the world's top providers of executive education in a biennial BusinessWeek survey released this month.
Octagon, a leadership development program at Royal Philips Electronics that sparked innovation won an Excellence in Practice Award today at the European Foundation for Management Development's (EFMD) Executive Education Meeting in Maastricht.
Need help with a leadership question or challenge? A treasure trove of resources on every aspect of effective leadership, specifically tailored for the Europe, Middle East & Africa region, is now available from the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL).
Businesses with effective corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs often reap significant benefits from "doing good".
The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) ranks No. 6 overall in the 2011 Financial Times worldwide survey of executive education released today. CCL placed in the Top 10 for the seventh straight year — and remains the only institution among 50 in the survey that specializes in leadership education and research.
Globalization powered by technology has erased many borders but boundaries in human relationships remain, as sharp and menacing as ever. Boundary Spanning Leadership: Six Practices for Solving Problems, Driving Innovation, and Transforming Organizations, a new book from the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), shows how to overcome these barriers, solve complex problems and drive innovation.
CCL has been selected for a major award from the World Diversity Leadership Summit - Europe (WDLS-EU) for its High Impact Succession Management work.
Dr. Arega Yirdaw, CEO of Ethiopia's MIDROC Technology Group, leads his nation's largest gold mine, its first private university and 15 other entities.
Aid and development organizations are experts at logistics and mobilization, but their impact is often limited by weak leadership capacity and communication problems, the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) finds in a new survey of the sector.
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