Global Leadership Programme

Better people, better organisations, better society

Learn more about the Global Leadership Programme

Investing in learning is more important than ever today

Investing in learning is more important than ever today. It is for this reason that San Telmo Business School in Seville (Spain) and Business School Netherlands developed the Global Leadership Programme. This programme takes place in Montreux (Switserland), Amsterdam (the Netherlands) and Seville (Spain). As a leader in your organisation or as a successful entrepreneur, you will discuss with (former) CEOs of Nestle, IKEA, Volkswagen, Infosys, Caixia Bank how an organisation can contribute to solving local, regional or global challenges in today’s world. You will also explore the latest trends in leadership and technology.

Meet 50 successful CEOs of listed multinationals, business owners and society leaders

At Business School Netherlands, we are passionate about leaders who make a positive impact on the world around them while making their own organisation thrive. We value leaders who use diversity in people, cultures and across countries to make the world a better place. This programme offers you the opportunity to meet leaders who have already made a difference and leaders who are now doing so in their organisations such as (former) CEOs of Nestle, IKEA, Volkswagen, Infosys, Caixia Bank and many others.

The programme consists of three modules in Montreux (April 2022), Amsterdam (July 2022), and Seville (October 2022.) Between each module there will be some remotely sessions.

MODULE 1

27 – 29 April 2022 | Montreux (Switzerland)

> Governance
> Professional Commitment
> Maximizing Supply Chains
> Virtuous Business Models

MODULE 2

13 – 15 July 2022 | Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

> Innovation Ecosystems
> Digital Transformation
> The impact of Being Curious
> Sustainability & Value Creation

MODULE 3

24 – 26 October 2022 | Seville (Spain)

> Creating Shared Value
> New Post COVID Era
> Delighting Customers
> Decisions & Uncertainties

Benefits from:

> Insights and experience from leaders in business and society
> Case study method
> Peer-to-peer learning and networking
> Your own Action Learning Project
> Corporate Visits
> Seminars
> World-class professors

Engage with the programme for yourself or introduce senior level colleagues of your organisation to this new international programme from Business School Netherlands.

Contact us for more information

Download the brochure and read more about the topics covered. For more information, please contact our President Annette Nijs at anijs@bsn.eu.

The Global Leadership Programme is specially designed for:

> Chair and Members of Board of Directors
> CEOs and C-Suite Level Leaders
> Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
> Global Senior Executives
> Directors and Partners

Participants represent more than 10 nationalities from Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and the USA.

Meet and connect with senior leaders from all over the world

Meet and connect with senior leaders from all over the world and share ideas with the members of the business policy international advisory board of San Telmo,

Ramon Casadesus, Harvard Business School
Prof. Luis Ma Huete, IESE Business School / San Telmo Business School
Juan Martínez Barea, San Telmo Business School
Carlos Rey, International University of Catalonia / San Telmo Business School
Adam Grant, Wharton University
Stefaan van Hooydonk, Global Curiosity Institute / Business School Netherlands
Annette Nijs, Business School Netherlands
Julián Sánchez, IPADE Business School

Our guest speakers

Please download our Global Leadership Programme brochure for an overview of all guest speakers.

Executive coaching

There is an optional opportunity to avail of an Executive Coach during your Global Leadership Programme experience. Executive Coaching is a powerful learning tool that will aid the participant to increase their performance, attain their goals and increase self-awareness.

Engaging an Executive Coach will help apply the learning during the course and personalise the experience. Other benefits include a greater reflection on their role as a leader in their organisation, support in the alignment of personal vision and mission, and the possibility to have aid in developing action plans on specific challenges.

To avail of this option for further information, please get in touch with our President Annette Nijs at anijs@bsn.eu.

Start dates

> Montreux: April 27 – 29, 2022
> Amsterdam: July 13 – 15, 2022
> Seville: October 19 – 21, 2022

Programme costs

€ 14.500,-

Including:

> Lectures and training for 3 modules.
> All course materials and personal mentoring from our faculty.
> Accommodation.
> Trips and transfers (flights not included).
> Meals and hospitality throughout the programme

Talk to us / Apply

You can talk to us or apply by sending an e-mail to our President Annette Nijs, anijs@bsn.eu.

INVESTING IN LEARNING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER TODAY

“Today more than ever we live uncertain times, complicated moments … but we must bear in mind that more than thinking about challenges, we must think about opportunities. In this fourth Industrial revolution, in this post-covid era, numerous opportunities will be generated, related to digitalization, people (especially during the succession and generational transition), the Business Model to save economic and financial crises, including the aspect of internationalization, innovation, specifically the fourth industrial revolution and the reason for being or purpose, the values, the role of the company in society and the values of property and all stakeholders. The opportunities are there, this kind of reflection forums helps us to see them more clearly. Look for those opportunities, do it generously and surely there is a future for everyone.”

Guest speaker Peter Brabeck-Letmathe

Emeritus Chairman, Nestlé (Switzerland)

Annette Nijs, President & Chair at Business School Netherlands

Annette Nijs
BSN | President
E-mail: anijs@bsn.eu

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