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Leadership goes beyond managing teams and running organizations. Leaders create a vision for their organization then motivate and inspire others to work toward that vision. This requires setting meaningful goals, tackling tough challenges, engaging the right people, and making adjustments when new opportunities arise. Leaders need both the business acumen and interpersonal skills to be successful. And the best leaders are continually learning, refining and practicing these skills.
The High Performance Leadership Program (HPL) at DU’s highly-ranked Daniels College of Business offers innovative curriculum to accelerate the development of high-potential leaders. Developed by faculty from Daniels’ Executive MBA program, HPL is designed for experienced professionals looking to strengthen their business skills and leadership abilities in a fast-track format. A 10-day “mini MBA,” HPL delivers strategies and tools to help business leaders and their organizations reach their full potential.
High Performance Leadership DENVER’S PREMIER “MINI MBA” PROGRAM PROGRAM DATES: MARCH 2-4, 12, 19, 26, APRIL 2, 9, 16 & 23, 2020
H I G H P E R F O R M A N C E
L E A D E R S H I P
A C C E L E R AT I N G P O T E N T I A L & P E R F O R M A N C E
Content heavy. Time light.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Ideal candidates have at least seven years of work experience with three years in a personnel management role, preferably managers of managers.
DATES & LOCATION HPL begins with a 3-day retreat in the mountains of Colorado, followed by 7 full-day class sessions on Thursdays at the University of Denver. Monday - Wednesday, March 2-4, 2020 is a 3-day, 2-night retreat returning to Denver on the evening of March 4 Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the University of Denver March 12, March 19, March 26 April 2, April 9, April 16, April 23
PROGRAM FEES Not-for-credit: $10,000 15% discount available for DU Alumni, Daniels Corporate Partners, and 3 or more individuals from the same organization: $8,500 20% discount available for Non-profits, Current or Former Military, Government: $8,000 For-credit Tuition: $11,408 (8 credit hours at $1,426 per credit hour)
Scott McLagan Professor in Management Department and former executive at Monsanto and Emerson Electric
THE DANIELS DIFFERENCE In addition to our world-class faculty from the Daniels College of Business, HPL also includes: u A 3-day retreat with experiential learning opportunities to challenge both thinking and behaviors u An individual assessment to help build self-awareness and an understanding of communication preferences u A 360 evaluation to receive feedback throughout the organization u Varied delivery methods (discussion, activities, reflection) to both learn and practice concepts u An action plan to achieve both individual and organizational goals
Franco Marini Adjunct Professor at Daniels and owner and director of Peak Empowerment
Keely Gohl Adjunct faculty, CPA, and CGMA bringing finance experience from KMPG and several non-profits
Kerry Plemmons Professor at Daniels and successful entrepreneur in US and Mexico, and former executive at Starbucks
HPL features core topics drawn from our rigorous Executive MBA. The innovative curriculum is for experienced professionals looking to:
u Develop an awareness of personal strengths and weaknesses as well as those at an organizational level
u Improve business acumen in foundational topics such as accounting, finance, marketing, data visualization, and strategic decision making
u Use collaboration and teamwork to build a high-performance organization
u Discover the leader’s role in attracting, retaining and developing top talent
u Create a plan to achieve organizational goals through personal leadership
LEARN MORE & APPLY
Camila Angelim | 303.871.4194 | Camila.Angelim@du.edu Executive Education | Daniels College of Business | daniels.du.edu/ExecEd
C O U R S E INFORMAT ION
RETREAT MAR. 2-4, EVERY THURSDAY FROM
MAR. 12 - APRIL 23, 2020
Amy Phillips Teaching Professor in Business Information & Analytics and co- author of leading MIS textbook