Based on its years of experience training business leaders, Deusto Business School believes that diversity and innovation enrich educational tools and content. The programmes have been designed as a complete educational experience which combines different methods and resources: master classes, case studies, practical exercises, etc.
On-site education is based on sessions that aim to actively involve participants through presentation and debate on the concepts and experiences that are shared within the group.
- Pre-Programme Session: Content and methodology aim to create a suitable environment for this new educational community to embark on the path to learning.
- Some weeks after the end of the programme the Post-Programme Session will be held. It will reinforce the main content of the programme and brainstorming sessions where participants share their progress, difficulties and achievements.
- CEO Forums: Events where renowned business managers and experts participate by delivering presentations on current issues from their own experience followed by a debate. These sessions are a unique opportunity to have direct contact with business from a practical approach.
Executive leadership programme
Leaders who make a difference
Updating and comparing knowledge and tools are the pillars of executive education. At Deusto Business School, we are committed to helping course participants' grow and develop to achieve top managerial and leadership skills.
We feel that this integral approach should be the backbone of each participant's growth process. This person-centred vision enables us to reinforce the humanist values we find essential to management: executives serving people in the business organisation. The programme is structured around three key issues:
Start with yourself- Know yourself
This involves awareness of our capabilities, limitations, strengths and potential
While developing this in-depth knowledge, participants are provided with different tools and contrasting scenarios. A first assessment of self-knowledge enables us to mark a starting for the managerial skill growth process.
Managing the way I am-Being my own leader
We often think that we know ourselves. However, we do not put into place the necessary means to correct or strengthen the very characteristics that make us unique.
Good executives should shift from “sorry that I am like this” to “I’m going to try to improve", reflecting on their actions and searching for proactive solutions to attain excellence.
Leading your teams-Leaders serving their teams
The aim of this process is to help participants in the demanding task of motivating their teams and making them grow.This is where leaders can make a difference and encourage their teams to surpass their limitations and grow.