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What is leadership successand how is it achieved?

Register for 19 May 2014, 10:00 CST (China Standard Time)

Leadership success is defined by a variety of perspectives, and encompasses an ever-growing set of responsibilities. As today’s management education industry faces an increasingly diverse range of challenges, the transformative potential of great leadership is undeniable. With today’s environment also comes a unique opportunity to provide worldwide leadership for the advancement of business education.

Join us for the next broadcast of eNEWSLINE Live, where Jan Williams, dean emeritus of the College of Business at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and chair of the AACSB CEO Selection Committee will share what it takes to successfully lead today’s business school, and how this influences the profile of the ideal candidate for AACSB’s next CEO.

In discussing the organization's strategic direction, Williams will offer insight to how the CEO selection process has been designed, as well as the types of characteristics, backgrounds, and experiences the committee seeks within the next CEO.  
    

Williams will also provide candid responses to questions submitted by the ENL audience. Don't miss the May broadcast in your time zone! Submit your questions for Jan Williams by May 12.

Register for 19 May 2014, 10:00 CST (China Standard Time)

The first 125 registrants will be able to view the original broadcast in their region. AACSB members will receive first priority. There is no charge to view this broadcast.

 

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