Greensboro, NC – 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.
CCL, with offices in Asia, Africa, Europe and North America, also ranks No. 6 worldwide for Custom programs and No. 14 for Open Enrollment programs.
The Financial Times ranks institutions that offer customized executive education in several sub-categories. CCL placed in the Top 5 in 5 of them: Aims Achieved; Future Use; Faculty; Teaching Methods & Materials; and Facilities.
In Open Enrollment, CCL placed in the Top 10 in 4 sub-categories: Aims Achieved; Faculty; Teaching Methods and Materials; and Course Design.
The Financial Times executive education rankings are based on direct feedback from organizational and individual clients from around the world who rated leading executive education providers, such as Harvard, Wharton, INSEAD and IMD, for quality and impact.
“It is a privilege to rank once again among the world’s top providers of executive education,” CCL President and CEO John Ryan said. “We are grateful for the opportunities our clients provide to serve them and proud of the lasting impact our talented women and men create for them every day.”