The Executive Program (TEP) Hosts DC Residency

Posted on February 15, 2017 by Dawn Driscoll

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At the very moment the world's eyes are on Washington D.C., our flagship course, The Executive Program (TEP), will be hosting a residency in the Washington, D.C, area. The program will provide an opportunity for participants to connect directly with global thought leaders and policymakers on subjects including trade policy, immigration policy, global markets, cybersecurity and more.

TEP - which will take place 4–23 June in Charlottesville, Virginia - equips senior-level executives from around the world with the skills they need to crystallize their vision and navigate change. The D.C. residency will be hosted 14–17 June in Rosslyn, VA at the CEB Waterview Conference Center.

As a preview to TEP and the D.C. residency, faculty are hosting a 30-minute virtual summit, "Leading in an Uncertain World" at 1pm EST on Tuesday, 28 February. This live session will be presented by TEP faculty members Professors Alan Beckenstein, S. Venkataraman ("Venkat") and Thomas Steenburgh sharing their insights on dealing with the current, intensive environment.

To be competitive in this environment, organizations don't only need to have infrastructure in place to anticipate and tackle change, but also need their leaders to be equipped to absorb waves of disruption and respond to an environment rife with volatility. This is what Darden and TEP have trained leaders to do. For almost 60 years, TEP has attracted top executives from all over the world to connect with their peers around global business challenges. The strategic and global acumen our executives take away position them to deal with any environment. And the personal growth they experience transforms them into more confident, resilient leaders in any situation.

This is a program today's leaders cannot afford to miss. Now, more than ever, executives need to sharpen their skills and be prepared to address and lead large-scale change in the global economy and the social sphere. To nominate yourself or your top executive colleagues, contact Casey Floyd at [email protected] or +1-434-243-4400.

Topics: Disruption, Global Business, Washington, D.C., Strategy, Leadership