Smith-Tuck Global Leaders Program
Global. Strategic. Transformative.
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The Smith-Tuck Global Leaders program for Women – with its focus on diverse female perspectives – is recognized as the premiere all-women's global leadership program in the world.
Delivered in partnership with the internationally-renowned Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, the Smith-Tuck Global Leaders Program is designed specifically for senior-level women who are assuming leadership positions with global responsibilities.
The 4 Key Global Leadership Themes embedded in the curriculum will shift the very way your brain processes and makes decisions.
- A Global Mindset to view cultural and geographic diversity as opportunities to adopt and exploit innovative ideas wherever they come from
- A Global Network to enrich the learning environment, exchange ideas, mentor, coach and support each other
- A Global Perspective to develop a broader understanding of the links between our own lives and aspirations and those of people throughout the world
- A Global Vision to take a holistic approach to understanding and integrating information across boundaries to drive global solutions
Next Program Date: June 17-21, 2013
Programs take place on the Smith College campus, located in vibrant Northampton, Massachusetts – renowned center for culture and the arts. Tuition includes all program materials, accommodations at the historic Hotel Northampton and most meals.
(NOTE: Companies are encouraged to send teams of high-potential women in order to create leadership-pipeline momentum.)
“The Smith leadership program focuses on both you the person and you the professional. The program had an immediate impact on my work. I told my CCO it was the best educational experience I have ever participated in…”
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Executives who attend are guided by some of the world’s leading mentors of global strategy, economics, innovation and leadership, including Matt Slaughter, an adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, a member of the Congressional Budget Office’s Panel of Economic Advisers, and a member of the U.S. State Department’s Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy as well as Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times best-selling author and CEO coach recognized as “one of the 15 most influential thought leaders in the world.”Smith-Tuck faculty >