Leading Concepts brings Stanford back to the region

Leading Concepts and Stanford Graduate School of Business have devised another round of executive education programmes for middle and senior managers.

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By  David Ingham Published  March 9, 2004

Leading Concepts and Stanford Graduate School of Business have devised another round of executive education programmes aimed at the region’s middle and senior managers. The first programme, Advanced Negotiation and Deal Making Strategies, on March 22-24, aims to provide managers with a toolkit of negotiation strategies and help to understand how these strategies affect the business environment. Strategies for Effective Decision-Making, takes place on March 28-30 and aims to help decision-makers better process and integrate information and formulate more rational choices. “Stanford Graduate School of Business has bestowed business executives with powerful ideas that foster innovative business practice in organisations around the world,” says Aman Merchant, CEO of Leading Concepts. “Stanford’s executive programmes, in exclusive association with Leading Concepts, are taught by the same faculty that have built the distinguished Stanford MBA programmes.” “Ms. Margaret Neale and Mr. Thomas Lys, the illustrious faculty professors for these programmes, are well-known for their dynamic teaching of negotiation and decision making globally, and are returning to Dubai for the fifth time.”

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