CEO certificate programs offer participants insights and expertise gained from 30 years of CEO's leading-edge research. Corporate best practices and real-life experiences from company presenters are featured in the programs' curriculum. Program instructors are recognized global thought leaders in the areas of organizational effectiveness and design, HR strategic excellence, leadership, talent management, and measurement and analytics. CEO seminars may be taken individually or in combination as part of the Center's two certificate programs:
The Certificate in Human Capital and Effective Organizations (HCEO) is an excellent complement to more traditional HR executive development. Participants gain knowledge and expertise on five key competencies that are often overlooked, yet vital for those moving into strategic positions. The rigorous and integrated curriculum prepares high-potential professionals to take leadership roles in their organizations.
Organization design is a critical organizational capability in today's dynamic global economy. The Organization Design Certificate Program offers participants a deep understanding of this important competency, as well as opportunities for application of design models, tools, and processes in their organizations. One-on-one coaching and peer consulting foster a community of business leaders while providing breadth and depth in the skills required to address design challenges at all levels of the organization.
CEO does not offer any financial aid for its programs. However, you may be able to find external financial aid to help you with your courses. This private loan program is available for executive and continuing education programs. This is not an exhaustive list; CEO does not specifically endorse any financial aid program.
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December 2 - 9am-10am (PT)
The New Frontier of Analytics: Going Beyond Data and ROI
Open to the public
December 12 - 9am-10am (PT)
Top-down, bottom-up, outside-in, and from the middle out: Where traditional change processes fall short
Chris Worley and Sue Mohrman
Open to the public
August 2, 2014
Academy of Management PTC Research Center Impact Award
November 6, 2008
National Academy of Human Resources Honored Organization
Center for Effective Organizations
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