LONE TREE, CO (Oct. 9, 2018) – The University of Colorado South Denver has announced they are launching executive education programs in the fall of this year. These newly-offered programs are designed to fortify leadership capabilities, illuminate strategies and provide insights into innovation. Executive education at CU South Denver is created for senior management looking to enhance their influence and drive organizational success.
The university will commence its executive education effort with a full lineup of robust programming beginning with Executive Presence & Networking, held on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, at CU South Denver’s stunning facility in Lone Tree, CO. This intensive and integrative half-day program seeks to develop and enhance leaders’ credibility, trust, buy-in and meaningful relationships.
Top faculty from the University of Colorado will teach a multitude of signature programs, creating an immersive and rigorous educational experience, all over in-house executive chef-prepared meals, concierge level service and access to an exclusive network of peers.
“CU South Denver’s executive, cohorted experience is like no other in the Rocky Mountain Region… It targets the whole person, combining innovation-focused design thinking and futurist content and theory,” says Nicholas Hamilton-Archer, executive director of executive programs at the University of Colorado. Interested participants can register for an upcoming information session.
Carefully designed to meet emerging business and organizational needs, CU South Denver’s executive education boasts forward-looking programs such as Digital Excellence for Senior Leaders, Data-Driven Decision Making & Business Analytics and Minority Business Accelerator. Global Immersion-India, a week-long trip to Mumbai, is planned for late November and will examine the India business environment with first-hand, on-the-spot experience of how strategy, finance, management, culture and organization are conducted internationally.
“We are providing organizations the opportunity to orient their leaders for what is coming tomorrow, while simultaneously providing a broader perspective, transferable skills and the health and wellness grounding to increase agility and adaptability, both internally and externally,” Archer states.
According to CU South Denver’s newly-appointed vice chancellor of enterprise development, Scot Chadwick, this program will “cultivate leaders who are future-focused, cutting-edge, courageous and self-aware.” It will be a “transformative experience” for executives and upper management, Chadwick notes, propelling their organizations forward and establishing for themselves a leadership position within their professional landscape.