HEC Paris, a leading provider of executive education, has said it is hosting a public Masterclass designed to engage senior business professionals in the HEC Paris Executive MBA (EMBA) degree programme, with a focus on enhancing their leadership skills.
The session, titled ‘Take Leadership – What to expect from the EMBA’, will be held on December 10 - from 5.30pm to 8pm - on the HEC Paris campus in Tornado Tower, Doha.
The two-hour interactive masterclass will be taught by Prof Randy White, HEC Paris affiliate professor and academic co-ordinator of leadership courses across the EMBA programme.
The HEC Paris EMBA, the first international Executive MBA in Qatar, is bookended by two leadership modules. The December 10 masterclass will give prospective participants insight into the programme and the curriculum by exploring the two leadership modules, designed to strengthen leadership skills necessary for senior business managers to flourish in their role, HEC Paris has said in a statement.
“The module at the beginning of the EMBA focuses on personal leadership. The second module, at the end, explores organisational leadership. Through this masterclass, we will outline how the leadership modules frame the programme that is designed to enhance participants’ skills. Participants start by discovering their strengths and weaknesses as leaders; the closing module enables them to assess their growth and map out a clear plan to pursue long after receiving their degrees,” said Prof White.
“This evening session will also give prospective participants a unique opportunity to learn more about the programme and begin engaging with other Class of 2018 applicants.”
The EMBA is one of the two degree programmes offered by HEC Paris to executives from Qatar and the region as it recognises the importance of executive education and degrees in enhancing employment prospects in today’s increasingly competitive market.
For more information on the December 10 Masterclass, one can contact the Admissions Office at [email protected] or call 4454 6079.
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