14 October 2018 – 25 April 2019
Start Date — 14 October 2018
9 – 13 December 2018: 40 Classroom Hours (London, UK)
10 – 14 February 2019: 40 Classroom Hours (Dubai, UAE)
End Date — 25 April 2019: 12 Classroom Hours
Leadership development is an ongoing process. As part of the program, participants will have the option to retake the Drake Leadership Success Profile within 18 months from the program start date, thus allowing for continuous observation and growth!
For those who wish to continue their professional development over and beyond the duration of the program, our Executive Coaches are available for additional coaching sessions!
Matthew Mitchell, is an associate professor of International Business and Strategy, with expertise in the intersection of business strategy, politics, and religion in global markets. Mitchell has lived and worked in more than 75 countries, and has advised Fortune 500 companies, governments, and organizations in the areas of executive leadership development, risk management and analysis, and international management. He is a recipient of Drake’s Madelyn Levitt Teacher of the Year Award and is Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce. He earned degrees in physics, math and an MBA from Rollins College, and a PhD in International Business from the University of South Carolina.
Hesham, founder and CEO of Quest, a business consulting and human development firm, has over 30 years of business experience in diversified fields such as process engineering, sales & marketing, and business strategy. As a certified Executive and Relationship Coach and a Master Facilitator, Hesham strives to help executive teams and individuals accelerate their professional growth through business simulations, customized leadership programs, and coaching based workshops. Hesham holds a BSc. in Chemical Engineering from Cairo University, and an Executive MBA from the ESC Rennes. He is also a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation, and is currently the President of the ICF Chapter in Egypt.
Kavi is a seasoned international business executive, entrepreneur, and investor with 20 plus years of experience working with organizations on the development and execution of their growth and development strategies. As an international finance and strategy expert, Kavi has worked with global and regional organizations, with primary geographic expertise in the Middle East and Asia. Prior to establishing his own firms, Kavi was in the Investment Banking Group with Deutsche Bank in London and with the United Nations in New York. Kavi holds a B.A. from Drake University, a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University in New York, and a MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Jeffrey Kappen is an assistant professor of International Business and Management with expertise in organizational management, global business, and sustainable development. Kappen directs Drake’s Principal Center for Global Citizenship and the Nelson Institute of International Affairs. Kappen has worked and consulted extensively in international sales, marketing and logistics with Fortune 500 companies, educational institutions, and non-profit organization. He chairs the largest national chapter of the Academy of International Business. Jeff has degrees in International Relations, French, and Russian from Beloit College, an MBA in International Marketing from the University of Wisconsin, and a PhD in Management from the University of Massachusetts.
$2,700 for 6 hours
The Leading Others program gave me a detailed, practical, and easy-to-understand roadmap to help me move from good to outstanding leadership, as well as tools and templates I can apply immediately to my leadership capabilities.