Unleashing the Full
Potential of Women Leaders

This issue gives particular space to female leadership. Kicking off with a conversation with the Associate Dean of Executive Education at University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, Renu Kulkarni; followed by an exploration of the women’s leadership programs Iris Newalu leads at Smith College, the long-time leader in women’s education. Our regular ‘Leadership Journey’s’ section analyses the style and success of one of the enduring female leaders of this century, Angela Merkel.

This issue is also packed with best practice examples of corporate leadership programs. With case study articles on Mexico’s EGADE Business School’s initiative for engendering greater sustainability in corporations through its SUSTENTUS program; Vlerick Business School’s program with Dutch conglomerate DSM; and St Gallen’s expanding program with the Porsche Dealership Academy

Key Articles

Discussion, Experimentation and Data-Gathering
The Chicago Approach to Education: A Conversation with Renu Kulkarni, Associate Dean for Executive Education, Chicago Booth School of Business

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Unleashing the Full Potential of Women Leaders
All-women’s executive education programs, especially one driven by a holistic approach to leadership development, give women the best opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge and mindset to succeed in the 21st century workplace.

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Leadership Journeys - Angela Merkel
leadership style forged from the cultivation of courage

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Viewpoint

5 Discussion, Experimentation and Data-Gathering
A Conversation with Renu Kulkarni, Associate Dean for Executive Education, Chicago Booth School of Business

11 Enabling Leaders’ Energy Management

18 Unleashing the Full Potential of Women Leaders

Executive Education

24 Measuring the Impact of Executive Development

33 Standing on the Teacher’s Desk
A Profile of Professor Darren Dahl

40 The Continuing Trouble with Executive Development Provision

44 Leadership Research Data Focus

46 Leadership Journeys – Angela Merkel

Corporate Practice

51 Learning for a Digital/Non-digital World DSM and Vlerick Business School

58 Creating a Culture of Sustainability EGADE’s SUSTENTUS Centre for Corporate Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship

64 Open to the Challenge of Change Orange and EMLyon

69 High-performance Corporate Learning
Porsche Dealer Academy and the University of St. Gallen

Exec Ed Up Date

74 Book Reviews

77 Directory

83 Exec Ed News

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