Transformational Leadership And Change Ls030 V.6 9 8 12

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Don’t miss the opportunity of the year happening in one of the world’s most dynamic cities. You are guaranteed a transformation in mind-set, 21st century leadership competencies, and roadmap to peak performance by attending two very unique immersion Programs coming to Dubai.

They are combined for the first time to present half of ILGE’s flagship - Senior Level Executive Diploma Program during the same week.

Join us for "Leadership Skills for the 21st Century" - October 15-16, Dubai, UAE. Part of ILGE’s Senior Level Executive Diploma Program.

followed by the second program -

Transformational Leadership and Change Oct. 17-20, 2012. Dubai, UAE. Part of ILGE’s Senior Level Executive Diploma Program.

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  1. 1. Transformational Leadership and Change (LS030) Senior Level Executive Diploma Program (PQ-21 Executive Education Post-Graduate Level) October 17-20, 2012 Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) Earn credits you deserve ! Earn credits you deserve !Description:An Internationally accredited Leadership Diploma Program incollaboration with Nova Southeastern University, Fischler Senior Level Executive Leadership Diploma ProgramSchool of Education & Human Services, USA. Earning three (3)credits towards either: Doctoral Degree program, M. S. In Earn credits Senior Level Executives Core Competencies for you deserve ! PerformanceLeadership Degree Program, or ILGEs new Global Executive Leadership Dynamics and Techniques StyleMBA (GEMBA) in Entrepreneurial Leadership and Change Motivation and Drive Building High Performing TeamsDegree Program. Program also credited towards ILGEs Senior Personality Style and Coaching for High PerformanceLevel Executive DiplomaWho should attend: Presidents, CEOs, CFOs, Division Heads, General Managers, Senior V Program and International CEU Diversity Attentional Leadershipcredits awarded as well.. Presidents, EVPs, other senior level executives with top-level responsibilities, executives from div Executive Decision Skills for the 21st Century High Performance Leadership for Executives and Interpersonal Style Making Part Part organizations, those being groomed for executive-level posts. Ethical 1 2 Attention ControlThis dynamic and challenging workshop focuses on the critical Idealism Part 3 Training Buildingstrategic leadership skills required for encouraging and Courage and Will Transformational Culture of Excellencesustaining positive organizational change. Focus will be on 34% Leadership and Change for Executives Strategic Creativity andfostering a culture of quality and excellence resulting in more Leadership Innovationcritical breakthrough thinking, energy and motivation, and Systems Thinking Planning and Full Spectrum - Whole Brain Thinkingsustained productivity of individuals and teams. You participate Change Analysisthrough simulations, interactive exercises and discussions tolearn how to apply the powerful models to enhance personaland organizational performance outcomes. You will evaluateand benchmark your strategic leadership profile and itseffectiveness as it relates to productivity, motivation, unit and “Learn how to master and developjob effectiveness, relations to higher-ups, and satisfaction. You the proven skills and competencieswill also assess yourself through the powerful “Strategic that will ensure your ongoingLeadership Styles Instrument (SLSI)”. Core senior-level success. “executive competencies focused on include: strategic Shown here is the competencyleadership, systems thinking, planning and change, full- diagram for Leadership Skills for the 21stspectrum whole brain thinking and analysis, and creativity and Century: LS030innovation. “ Great ! This is the best “cultue changing” information I have ever heard! - Anthony D’ Arne, Plant Manager, Union Carbide Canada, LT, Toronto Citia & Associates, LTD U.S.A. Thailand U.S.A. Nigeria U.A.E
  2. 2. Today’s challenging work environments need"leaders" - not just "managers". This engagingand impactful program helps those participatingbecome strong, agile, and empowering leaders.With increasing competition, a more demandingworkforce, accelerating change, and increasing levelsof stress, new leadership skills, mind-sets, andcompetencies need to replace obsolete ones. ThisProgram is one part of three challenging seminarsdesigned specifically for the accomplished or highpotential senior level executive. Their focus is to help participants reach their personal andcorporate best. Also, this program is one component of ILGEs new "PQ-21TM ChangeModel" that includes the "PQ-21TM Strategic Implementation Model (SIM)", ensuring thatprogram learnings have impact on execution at organizational peak performance outcomes,as well as the "PQ-21TM Performance Coaching (PC)" component that ensures long-termtransformation at leader and team levels.Who should attendIdeal candidates for the Senior Level Executive Program include senior-level corporate executives, managing directors of major business units,and executives leading governmental agencies and nonprofitorganizations.The Senior Level Executive Program is designed for senior-level executives who haveachieved significant positions in their organizations and careers but are looking for arenewed vision for themselves and their organizations through an immersion experience ina program that challenges their thinking, their identifies, and their vision for the future.Positions reflected for attendees in this program include: Presidents, CEOs, CFOs,COOs, Division Heads, General Managers, Senior Vice Presidents, EVPs, oher seniorlevel executives with top-level responsibilities, executives from diverse organizations, andthose being groomed for executive-level posts. Proficiency in written and spoken English isrequired for successful participation in the program. 2 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  3. 3. How You Will BenefitThis Program will provide the following benefits:• Understand the new roles senior level executives must master and display to drive their organizations to new levels of accomplishment and success in a highly competitive 21st century global environment• Refine executive level leadership styles to harmonizewith latest models and best practices drawn from thestudy and analysis of successful executives from acrossthe globe• Develop useful and practical skills which will help improve performance and gain recognition asbeing an effective and satisfying leader,• Understand how to improve quality and increase productivity by learning how to inspire, energize,and intellectually stimulate staff and associates,• Be able to apply the proven core principles of strategic leadership, planning, and change focusedon developing and sustaining a culture of excellence,• Learn new break through thinking approaches to maintain top level analytical capabilities to deal with complex and changing problems and opportunities• Know how to apply the latest theories and techniques proven to be successful in getting people with diverse backgrounds and interests to work together, improve talents and abilities, and increase their performance• Develop new levels of personal understanding by assessing in detail your executive-levelstrengths and areas needing to improve through powerful assessment inventories and simulationsas well new strategies to sustain your development and professional growth.• Develop project team skills through participating in project team assignments tackling real issuesand organization problems and developing solutions based on applying program insights• Formulate a plan for change related to your own and your organization’s development “One of the best I have ever attended…rank( it) above programs at Harvard and University of Michigan. It was well planned, organized, and run. It provided many beneficial and practical insights. I will recommend it to others.” - James A. Satchel, Litigation Attorney, Michigan Department of Transportation 3 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  4. 4. Program Outline Strategic leadership, planning, and change/full spectrum thinking and analysis • Dynamics of strategic leadership at the executive level • Planning and qualitative vs incremental change • Personal assessment: Strategic Leadership Styles Instrument ((SLSI)” • Stages of organizational life and organizational-style patterns • Full Spectrum thinking and analysis/the Whole Brain model• Assessing strengths and improvement areas through theHBDI • Project Team Assignment: Leading ChangeTransformational leadership and whole-brain technology/creativity, innovation and intuitive leadership• Transformational vs transactional leadership related to change• 4 I’s and transformational change• Whole-brain technology, strategies, and applications for executives• Creativity, innovation, and intuitive leadership• Strategic approaches for developing a culture of involvement, creativity, and innovation• Leading and facilitating personal and organizational change• Simulation• Case studiesImplementing and sustaining change/ Leadership and the “new science”/ Simulation“Chaos, Inc.”• Project Team Presentations• Strategies for implementing and sustaining change• Dynamics of culture and change• Leadership and the new science -:video• The changing roles of leaders in the new organization• Case studies and best practices• Simulation: “Chaos, Inc”• Developing an action plan for improvements/ • Peer feedback “The program takes you and challenges you to go beyond what you think your limitations are.” - Brent Kuhn, Assistant Comptroller, Ryobi Die Casting, Inc (USA) 4 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  5. 5. Why This Program Is UniqueThis Program is unique because you will not find the combination of elementspresent in this program anywhere else. Special features include:• accredited at international top-level standards asmeasured by the US Commission on Higher Educationand Regional US Accrediting Bodies as being at qualitylevels to warrant for transfer credits into doctoral ormasters level degree level at top-ranked USUniversities,• practical, applied, and linked to bringing change toknowledge, mind-sets, skills, and competencies ofattendees,• grounded in an integrated and research-based leadership curriculum developed over a 20-year period,• linked to developing the organizations “Performance Quotient (PQ) and bottom-line resultsthrough focus on improving the organizations "Leadership Quotient (LQ)",• proven in its effectiveness in various cultures across the globe including the U.S., Asia,Middle East, Europe, Central and South America, Africa, and the Caribbean,• conducted by world class faculty with credentials from top-level universities as well aspractical, real-world business experience, and highest ratings as presenters and speakers,• continuously refining its quality and focus through ongoing action research studies,• based on global case studies, best practices, and feedback from knowledge experts,• is validated through a pre-and post-program competency assessment process,• is presented via ILGEs proprietary learning methodology, based on a new 8-dimensionallearning model that is inclusive of the latest findings related to depth, life-long learningapproaches. 5 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  6. 6. Guaranteed, Documented Improvements!! “We guarantee an average 37% -51% improvement in the knowledge, skills, and competencies of those taking these Programs. You can expect that those that successfully complete it will be prepared to take the lead in creating a culture of excellence, full engagement of employees, and making a concrete difference in improving your triple bottom-line!!!” “A wonderful program! Best seminar I’ve attended, and I’ve been to Michigan State, MIT, etc. This was a wonderful soul searching opportunity. Im fortunate” - Daniel S. Philippe, Planning Specialist, 3M Company 6 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  7. 7. Program Design and DeliveryThis PQ-21TM Executive Education Program is conducted at the post-graduate level and focuses on developing 21st century knowledge, skillsand competencies. It is competency-based, conducted on a multi-levelapproach, hands-on, practical, and highly participatory. The Programincludes:  Assessments  Benchmarking  Group discussion  Simulations  Case study analysis  Exercises for skill-development,  Project team assignments, and  Some lecture sessions.The program includes project team work focusing onsolving real issues, problems, or opportunity areas in attendee’s working environments byapplying concepts and tools introduced in the program. Attendees will be afforded benefitsof extending project work into the work place between the blocks. The program alsoincludes support via ongoing communication and coaching from program faculty throughoutlength of the Program. Six basic criteria are incorporated in both the design and delivery ofeach part of the Program: (1) a competency-based curriculum based on diverse leadershipmodels and research; (2) applying learnings from each part of the Program to actual work-place contexts through an individualized Executive Development Plan (EDP); (3) fullengagement of participants via project work, exercises, simulations, and group discussions;(4) benchmarking progress and development via diverse assessment inventories; and (5) ajournal-diary that integrates learnings into the leadership development progress of theindividual. 7 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  8. 8. Assessment Instruments Used During This ProgramParticipants will complete powerful, proprietaryand validated assessment inventoriesthroughout length of the Program. Benchmarksutilizing surveys are set before, during, and sixmonths after completion of the Program.Assessment Instruments used will include: ILGE “8-Factor Leadership Competencies Inventory” (8- FLCI) measures the eight core competencies required for successful leadership of any organization based on 21s century standards (360 Degree). Hermann Brain Dominance (Thinking Style) Inventory (HBDI) measures personal thinking preferences and their influence on your communication, decision-making, problem solving, and management styles; The Strategic Leadership Styles Instrument (SLSI) measures a leader’s preference for one of eight strategic leadership style preferences. The Organizational Description Questionnaire (ODQ) is a brief 28-item questionnaire and resulting report which help members of an organization explore the relationship between leadership style and their organizational culture;Diploma Program RequirementsThose seeking a to complete the full Diploma Program will have to satisfactorilycomplete a practicum experience between each part of the Program with support andguidance provided by selected ILGE faculty.The following requirements are in addition toparticipation in the full length of the DiplomaProgram taken: 1. Assessment Inventories. Complete all assessment surveys throughout length of the program. A benchmark will be set before beginning of the Program via ILGE’s 8-Factor Leadership Competencies Inventory” (8-FLCI), at middle-stage, and six month’s after completion of the Program. 2. Executive Development Plans (EDP). Individuals will create an “Executive Development Plan” at the end of each part of the Program building from the 8 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  9. 9. topics covered in that part of the Program and focusing on improving selected leadership behaviors in the context of the role in their organizations. Each EDP will be reviewed for accomplishments and learnings before starting the next part of the Program. Participants will complete a final EDP at end of the full Program to work on after Program is over. 3. Reflective Journal-Diary. Each participant will maintain a reflective journal-diary throughout length of the Program that integrates program learnings with application to work-place issues and circumstances. 4. Performance Coaching. Each participant will be assigned an ILGE faculty member to provide them performance coaching during length of the Program. Faculty will review and give guidance with respect to assessment inventories completed, Executive Development Plans (EDP), and Reflective Journal Diary. 5. Internet Connection. Participants will be able to maintain continuous internet connection and interaction with our ILGE listserv. ILGE will also continue interaction to participants via our Leadership Mentor newsletter and various relevant papers, case studies, and research studies to continue to stimulate their learnings. 6. Diploma of Acquired Competencies. Those completing the requirements listed will be awarded a framed “Diploma of Acquired Competencies” by ILGE along with list of Program competencies.Program AccreditationThis Program is accredited by the Institute forLeadership and Global Education (ILGE) forpost-graduate-level program content and byfaculty qualified to present at PostgraduateUniversity-level standards. Those successfullycompleting the full Diploma Program will be able totransfer 9 doctoral level credits to NovaSoutheastern Universitys Doctoral Degree Programor 6 credits to their M. S. in Leadership DegreeProgram after completing admission requirements.All program attendees completing full requirements of the Program will receive a Diplomaof Acquired Competencies from ILGE. A Certificate of Acquired Competencies in eachprogram area will be offered to those who do not complete the additional requirements forDiploma status. In conformity with the guidelines established by the InternationalAssociation for Continuing Education and Training, these programs are authorized forContinuing Education Units (CEUs) and are recognized by various professionalassociations for meeting professional education yearly requirements. CEUs are awarded “Constantly challenging, surprising and effective – very revealing, very practical, very exciting.” ….Highly recommend….” - Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) 9 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  10. 10. only on satisfactory completion of program requirements with 1.0 CEU unit awarded forevery 10.0 hours of instruction.Customized Version of Diploma Program Available:Programs can be customized according to the culture, needs, and special context of theorganization. They can be presented in alternative formats and timings as best fitsscheduling for the organization. They can be offered on-site or can be delivered off-site atlocation of company’s choosing.ILGE FacultyProgram Director and Professor of Leadership Studies John P. Keenan, Ph.D., is Founder, President and Professor of Leadership Studies of the Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE) , an international, interdisciplinary-based, and non- denominational institution of higher education focused on bringing the best thinkers, faculty, researchers, practitioners, and leaders together to address the major leadership crises and educational needs on local, regional and global levels. He has been presenting leadership, team building, and high performance workshops, seminars, and providing consulting services to organizations throughout the world. John brings to his position over 30 years of experience and is internationally recognized as an organizational psychologist and as a leader in the design and development of leadership and management educational programs.Dr. Keenan provides consulting services to organizations such as SONY, Inc., Caterpillar, Inc.,Dubai Airport FreeZone Authority (DAFZA), MAF-Dalkia Inc. of Dubai, Singapore Ministry ofEducation, Supreme Education Council of Qatar, Trinidad-Tobago Ministry of Education, LucentTechnologies (AT&T), Honeywell Inc., Lands’ End, Inc.; Harley-Davidson, Inc., Freeport MedicalCenter, Bellin Hospital, Wisconsin Medical Association, General Mills, Inc., American Airlines, Inc.,Asia Inc. School of Management, Ersnt & Young, Human Resource Management Association ofTrinidad-Tobago (HRMATT), Asian Institute of Management (AIM); Arabian Society for HumanResource Management (ASHRM), Civil Service College of Singapore, Camcar/Textron, Inc., EatonCorporation; Bell Laboratories, U.S. Department of Energy; Ameritech, Inc., FairchildSemiconductors, Inc., Alkar (a Division of DEC International); Sammons Financial Holdings, Inc.,American Institute of Banking; M & I Data Services, Inc., Personnel Management Association of thePhilippines (PMAP), Oasis Hospital of Al Ain - UAE, American Society for Training andDevelopment(ASTD), World Future Society, Integrative Learning of Singapore, and Posbanc ofSingapore.John holds a Ph.D. in Sociology/Anthropology from United States International University in SanDiego as well as an M. A . in Sociology from San Jose State University, and a B. A. in Sociologyfrom the University of Santa Clara. John has held a tenured faculty position and been FoundingDirector of Leadership Programs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Business,been a Dean of the School of Leadership and Human Development at St. Bonaventure University(Buffalo, New York) and Founding Director of their award winning Master’s in Professional 10 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  11. 11. Leadership Program, as well as been a faculty member at a number of Universities including Pepperdine University, Chapman University, College of St. Rose, and been a Dean at a Community College in South Carolina. In addition to conducting seminars throughout the US, he has conducted keynote addresses and made presentations to audiences throughout the world including Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Ireland, Norway,. Austria, Belgium, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Cost Rica, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico , Canada, and Spain. John, a gold-medal winning author, is the author of seven books, “Strategic Planning, Leadership Development, Problem Solving and Decision Making, and Conflict Resolution”, “FASTSTART: An in-depth seminar for managers”, “ Foundations of Leadership: New Manager Leadership Guide”, “Foundations of Leadership: A Facilitator’s Guidebook”, “Whistleblowing: Managing Dissent in the Workplace”, “Whistleblowing Research: Methodological and Moral Issues” and “Cognitive Maps of Violence”. He has published more than sixty articles in major journals such as “The Journal of Business Ethics”, “Journal of Social Behavior and Personality”, The International Journal of Values- Based Management’, “The Journal of Business and Psychology”, “Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal”, “Management Accounting”, and “Futures Research Quarterly”. He has presented more than fifty research papers on such subjects as performance enhancement, team building, leadership, work stress, identity as a manager, management ethics, whistle-blowing, and terrorism. He is a favorite with audiences throughout the world because of his special skill of being able to translate new concepts and unique insights into practical learning experiences. He also is President of the Association on Employment Practices and Principles (AEPP), Editor-in- Chief of the Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, and a member of the Academy of Management, American Psychological Association, American Society for Training and Development, The Institute of Managerial Sciences, The International Association of Conflict Management, Organizational Development Network, and World Future Society. John is also listed in the Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who in Finance & Industry 1996-present). Dr. Keenan Testimonials!!!“I’ve worked with John for 10 years. I found him to be a man of utmost integrity and always willing to helpothers reach their goals. He is cool under fire and always well organized. His influencing skills are verywell honed. His intelligence and quick wit make him a pleasure to work with. He is very fair and just. He isthe kind of person that leadership books have been written about” - Robert Preziosi, Ph.D. – Professor, Huizenga School of Business, Nova Southeastern University.“John developed and presented a series of leadership development programs that raised proficienciesover time among various levels of our managers. He was sensitive to customized skill needs and designs,and he partnered well with us across several phases of delivery. John also provided critical measures andsummaries of program effectiveness.” - Jim Zegers, former Executive Director of Planning, Wisconsin Department of Transportation Core Senior Faculty (Partial Faculty Listing) Scott J. Simmerman, Ph.D. is a senior level faulty associate of the Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE as well as President of Performance Management Company in Taylors, South Carolina. He is consistently rated as a top presenter of team building, change, leadership and organizational effectiveness programs. With a broad base of business, research and academic experience, Scott has delivered workshops, executive retreats and presentation worldwide over the past two decades. His company publishes 5 Square Wheels 11 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  12. 12. books and distributes The Search for the Lost Dutctman’s Gold Mine, Seven Seas Quest andBuccaneer team building/collaboration games. These and other training tools were designed byScott and are used by organizations and consultant worldwide. Clients include widely recognizedmultinational corporations, governments, small businesses as well as independent consultants andtrainers using these materials. A sampling of diverse presentations and programs include: Presenter of pre-conference workshops and concurrent sessions at conferences for theInternational Association of Facilitators (IAF) and Association for Quality and Participation (AQP). Afrequent presenter at a wide variety of quality and organizational developmental conferences forgovernment agencies and training conferences. An invited presenter at the 2003 through 2005 conferences of the North American Simulationand Gaming Association (NASAGA). Elected to the NASAGA Board in 2004. Delivery of a highly-rated leadership development and school improvement program used by theTrinidad Education Ministry, the Singapore Education Ministry and the North Carolina Department ofPublic Instruction. Top-Rated Presenter at the Arab Society for Human Resource Management (ASHRM) in Dubai(2003) and Bahrain (2005). Consistently top-rated presenter at nine different ASTD International Conferences. Keynote speeches and programs to diverse organizations such as Sprint, Nortel Networks,Emerson Electric, Mayo Clinic, Hong Kong Civil Service, Emerson Electric, AT&T, MalaysianTrainers Association, Wells Fargo Bank and many others. Invited presenter for programs in Hong Kong, South Africa, Mauritius, Macau, Portugal, TheNetherlands, Singapore, The Philippines, Sweden, Denmark, and New Zealand – 30 countries in allthus far.A former professor Psychology at Furman University and University Teaching Fellow at theUniversity of North Carolina, Scott received a Ph.D. in Psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1976.He was founding president of a local chapter of the International Customer Service Association andis Past-Chairperson of the Palmetto Chapter of the American Society for Quality. Consulting andtraining since 1978, he as Human Resource Director of the Home Silk Shops (a chain of retailstores) and Senior Vice President – Operations of the Wherehouse (a West Coast retailer) and otherpositions in consulting and training organizations. He has been a Managing Partner of PerformanceManagement Company continuously since 1984. Raj Parikh, Ph.D., C.M.A., C.F.M. is senior faculty associate of the Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE), as well as Dean of the School of Business at Southern Oregon University. Dr. Pariikh has also held the position of Commissioner of Higher Education in the United Arab Emirates and has held the posts of Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Delaware State University, Dean of the Harold Siebens School ofBusiness at Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa, and Founding Dean of the School ofLeadership and Human Development and professor of Accounting and Finance at St. BonaventureUniversity. Dr. Parikh holds a Bachelor of Technology (Honors) degree in Chemical Engineeringfrom the Indian Institute of Technology, and a Ph.D. in Accounting and Finance from the StateUniversity of New York at Buffalo. Dr. Parikh became a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) in1986 by receiving the highest examination score in the nation, for which he received the RobertBeyer Gold Medal. He became a Certified Financial Manager (CFM) in 1997 and a Chartered 12 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  13. 13. Financial Analyst (CFA) in 2001. Dr. Parikh has taught a wide variety of undergraduate andgraduate courses in accounting, finance, business strategy and leadership. In 1998 he founded aMaster’s program in Professional Leadership. This program was the first Leadership program inNew York State and received the 1998-99 PaceSetter Award for innovation. He started a similarprogram (M.S. in Organizational Leadership) and a Weekend MBA program at Wilmington Collegein fall, 2002. These programs were also the first such programs in the state of Delaware. Robin Pratt. Ph.D. is senior faculty associate of ILGE as well as president of Enhanced Performance Systems Robin W. Pratt helps people enhance their performance under pressure, reduce stress, and improve listening and teamwork. He has shown many organizations how to use advanced performance technology to improve their ongoing efforts in leadership development, succession planning, coaching, sales training, and risk management. Combining his expertise in psychology, management, education, and athletics, Dr. Pratt has, since 1979, presented unique programs to a variety of audiences. His management seminars are spiced from the sport idiom andtraining programs for athletes and students get a taste of business executive fare. All benefit fromPratt’s knowledge of the psychology of learning and gain new insights into poise under pressurefrom his training in the martial arts (taijiquan). He has had return engagements with the AmericanBankers Association, Bank Marketing Association, Graduate School of Banking (Wisconsin),Management Institute (U. of Wisconsin), the Illinois CPA Society, Leadership North Carolina,NEOCON, and the International Interior Design Association plus many leading businessorganizations (such as Nortel Networks, RBC Investments, Herman Miller, EntreMed, LabCorp,Intier Automotive Seating, Columbia Forest Products).Since 1984, Pratt has worked extensively with financial institutions, helping them train and selectpersonnel for their sales and customer-service efforts and build executive teams. He has writtenseveral articles on profiling and selection including challenging businesses to take selection andtraining as seriously as do professional sports teams. With Robert Nideffer, Ph.D., the founder ofEnhanced Performance Systems (EPS), Pratt has written several articles, books, and workbooksabout The Attentional & Interpersonal Styles inventory and Coaching Attention Control Training inBusiness. He produced the decision rules and narratives for TAIS for Windows software for scoringand generating reports for business and sales people (programs that have been imported onto EPS’website for TAIS via the Internet). By working with elite performers in sport, business, and themilitary, EPS has taken the lead in identifying and measuring the highly specific concentration andcommunication skills that determine the difference between success and failure in highly competitivearenas. Since 1983, Pratt has played a major role in exporting EPS technology from the sportsworld into business arenas.Pratt recently has integrated some new techniques into his repertoire, including Lominger’sLeadership Architect suite (especially VOICES and CHOICES, to assess Learning Agility), Baron’sEmotional Intelligence quotient, and the CPI 260 psychological inventory. These are dimensionalityto his leading expertise with TAIS inventory and capacity with the MBTI. His practice now has evengreater capacity to identify and develop high potential leaders and sales champions. 13 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  14. 14. H. James Harrington, Ph.D. is senior faculty associate for ILGE and CEO of Harrington Institute. Dr. Harrington is a Certified Grand Master Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma Excellence. He has eExpertise in Process & Innovation Performance Excellence, Lean Six Sigma, Design for Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Problem Solving, Accelerated Performance Improvement and Policy Deployment. As Chairman of ASQ, was one of the leaders in getting the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award through Congress and approved by the President of the U.S. He also served as the first Treasurer of the Malcolm Baldrige Consortium that set up and developed the award. He is a government-registered Quality Engineer, a Certified Quality and Reliability Engineer by the American Society for Quality Control. The Harrington/Ishikawa Medal presented yearly by the Asian-Pacific Quality Organization was named after Dr. Harrington to recognize his many contributions to the region. In 1997, the Quebec Society for Qualite named their Quality Award “The Harrington/Neron Medal,” honoring Dr. Harrington Roger Neron for their many contributions to the Quality Movement in Canada. In 2000 the Sri Lanka national quality award was named after him. Dr. Harrington’s contributions to performance improvement around the world have brought him many honors. He was appointed the honorary advisor to the China Quality Control Association, and was elected to the Singapore Productivity Hall of Fame in 1990. He has been named lifetime honorary President of the Asia-Pacific Quality Control Organization and honorary Director of the Association Chilean de Control de Calidad. The European Partners from the European Universities Network established the Harrington Best TQM Thesis Award in 2004; awards are given out yearly in Europe and the Middle East. In 2005 the Sudan University established the Harrington Chair in Performance Excellence. In 2006 Dr. Harrington accepted the Honorary Chairman position of Quality Technology Park of Iran.“…..hard hitting, fast paced, with Other Senior-Level Executivelots of energy. Makes you want to Programs in the Diploma Program:let go of traditional methods for Dates: Oct. 15-16, 2012 Leadershippositive change.” Skills for the 21st Century (LS-010b) - Dubai - Richard L. Baker, Pennsylvania Power and Dates: TBA, 2012 High Performance Light Leadership (LS020) 14 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  15. 15. ILGE The Institute for Leadership & Global Education (ILGE) ILGE Institutional ProfileThe Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE) is a private,international and interdisciplinary, non-denominational institution ofpost-graduate level higher education that has over 20 years ofexperience in transforming mind-sets and organizations to 21st centurypeak performance levels. Our PQ-21TM Model is built on the underlyingprinciples that guide Olympic and professional teams to the “goldmedal” and separates them from “runners-up”.These principles apply simply and directly to performance on the playing field and arena thatorganizations and businesses compete in. PQ-21 TM is a holistic and integrated strategy that iscomprised of three major components that include:1. PQ-2 TM Executive Education Programs.Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) Degree Program, PQ 21TM CHANGE MODELDiploma Programs, Certificate and Special TopicPrograms - all of which are conducted on a multi- PQ 21 PQ 21 SIMTM PQ 21 PC Strategic PQ 21level approach, hands-on, practical, and highly Implementation Performance Model Coachingparticipatory level . Programs include High impact execution at Transformation at leader and team organizationalassessments, benchmarking, simulations, case peak performance PERFORMANCE levelstudy analysis, project team assignments , and QUOTIENT 21some lecture sessions. Diploma and Certificate 21st Century .33 33programs offered include leadership development, knowledge, skills 33 % and competencieschange management, human capital development,organization development, total quality PQ 21management and process improvement, EEP ILGEfoundations of business, and focused business PQ 21 Executive Education Programs Copyright 2006development. The core components of thesePrograms were developed by Dr. John Keenan,ILGE’s Founder and President, when he was Associate Professor and Founding Director ofLeadership Programs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business. They have sincethen been continuously revised, newly updated, and expanded via ongoing global leadership studiesconducted by ILGE. These programs have been evaluated via the US Higher Commission on HighEducation and US Regional Accrediting bodies as being at level which qualifies them for credittransfers to US University accredited Doctoral, Master’s level, and Undergraduate DegreePrograms.2. PQ-21TM Strategic Implementation Model (SIM)TM focused on optimizing an organization’sperformance through results-based tools and execution strategy. SIMTM provides a structure andprocess for fully integrating learnings and competencies acquired from the Executive Developmentprogram into practical, day-to-day job applications. Participants will be required to solve a real work-place problem by applying the proprietary SIM tools and process to initiate transformation prior toadapting to a full organizational transformation project.3. PQ-2TM Performance Coaching involving one-on-one professional performance coachingthroughout the length of the PQ-21TM process. The focus is on providing guidance so each person is 15 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  16. 16. challenged to new performance levels. They will be assessed and benchmarked during theExecutive Education Program and at each phase of SIMTM. Countries and Organizations Engagedand Being Served (partial listing): We work with companies, organizations, governmental agencies,universities and colleges, ministries of education, and associations around the world – including theUnited States of America, Canada, England, Ireland, France, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Greece,Turkey, Norway, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, China, SaudiArabia, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Sudan, Nigeria, Egypt, Costa Rica,Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Trinidad-Tobago, Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, andthe British Virgin Islands,ILGE faculty and consulting associates are carefully selected from a global network of the leadingminds, scholars, and practitioners possessing top credentials and hands-on experience. We haveworked with such companies and organizations as SONY,Inc., Shell Oil Company, Ersnt & Young,Caterpillar, Inc., Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (DAFZA), IMO State Government (Nigeria), AbuDhabi Oil Refining Company (TAKREER), ADMA-OPCO, Lucent Technologies (AT&T), HoneywellInc., BHP Billiton – Trinidad-Tobago, Lands End, Inc.; University of Wisconsin, Harley-Davidson,Inc., General Mills, Inc., American Airlines, Inc, Camcar/Textron, Inc., Eaton Corporation, BellLaboratories, U.S. Department of Energy; Ameritech, Inc., U. N. Emergency and Disaster ReliefProgram, Fairchild Semiconductors, Inc., NEC Semiconductors, Philip Morris, Panasonic, Nestle,Alkar (a Division of DEC International), Sammons Financial Holdings, Inc., American Institute ofBanking; M & I Data Services, Inc., Institute of Managerial Accountants, Land Transport Authority(Singapore), Malaysian Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysian Securities and ExchangeCommission (SEC), Delaware State University, Sudan Presidential Commission on Quality andExcellence, MAF-DALKIA – Dubai, Ministry of Education – Singapore, Ministry of Education –Trinidad-Tobago, National Association of Freight Logistics (Dubai), Planning Council - Governmentof Qatar, Oasis Hospital of Al Ain, Marafiq Power and Utility Company for Jubail and Yanbu - SaudiArabia, Hilton Jumeirah International, Arabian Society of Human Resources Management –ARAMCO, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, American Business Council of Dubai,Personnel Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP), Nutshell Forum (Pakistan),Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education (Karachi, Pakistan), Billerica School District -Boston, MA,American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), Vietnam National University - Hanoi,University of San Jose Recoletos (USJR) - Cebu, Philippines, Cankaya University (Ankara,Turkey), Malaysian Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysian Securities and Exchange Commission(SEC), M & I Bank, Sammons Financial Holdings, American Library Association, WisconsinDepartment of Transportation, Credit Union National Association (CUNA), Integrative Learning ofSingapore, Posbanc of Singapore. and World Future Society. “A refreshing change to attend a program that wasn’t just pure theory, but rather provided the opportunity to connect this with real life, on-the-job activities.” - Mark D. Quehl,. Sales Manager, Polymer Chemicals. For further information, to register for an upcoming program, or to arrange for an -in-house customized version of this program, please contact: Dr. John Keenan, President and Professor of Leadership Studies, The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE), Email: john@institute-leadership-global.org Tel: +1-716-390-9657; Website: www.institute-leadership-global.org 16 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  17. 17. ILGE The Institute for Leadership & Global Education ILGE REGISTRATION (ILGE) Senior Level Executive Diploma Programs (LS000)* (PQ-21 Executive Education Post-Graduate Level)P Code Program Title Date Duration Location Fee Tick choice belowLS010b Leadership Skills for the Oct. 15-16 2d Dubai Reg. $3300/ 21st Century - 2nd part w. grant  Register $1495*LS030 Transformational Oct. 17-20 4d Dubai Reg. $6600/ Leadership and Change w. grant  Register $2995 * Register and pay within 21 days of program take 10% off. Enroll 3 from same company 4th comes free Guideline for Completing ILGE Registration Form 1. Indicate program code, program title, date and location selected on RF. You are required to provide your legal name, mailing address, e-mail address, and contact numbers (mobile and office). 2. You must register at least 21 days before the program. Late registrations must be alerted to your Program Coordinator. 3. You can register through e-mail, fax, and soon online. If eMail – Scan form, and send accomplished form to john@institute-leadership-global.org If FAX - Accomplish form and fax to +1-320-514-6309 (US) ON-LINE – in process of being set-up 4. Lodging. Overnight guest rooms are available at locations of programs and held at discounted rates provided for attendees if booked 14 days prior to program date. Lodging information will be sent with your Registration Confirmation. If you have special needs- like dietary sensitivities, please let us know at the time of registration. Request will be kept confidential. 5. Substitutions. If you are unable to attend, you may send a substitute at no cost. You must notify the registration office with written letter sent through email or fax to +1-320-514-6309 specifying who the substitute is with proper accomplished registration form. 6. Cancellations. Cancellations must be in writing and acknowledged by ILGE and must be received NO less than 3 weeks prior to program so you get 99% refund and a registration fee of 1% will be deducted. You will not get any refund if cancelled less than 3 weeks prior to program. 7. No shows. If you do not attend the program, and have not made arrangements with the registration office, you will be charged 100% of the program fee. 8. If the program is not held for any reason, the institute’s liability is limited to refund of the program fee paid. However, we aim to uphold our commitment to provide excellent service to our clients. Cancellation of programs may only be for reasons beyond all avenues considered. 9. Please accept and/or sign and date the form if sending via fax or e-mail. Please complete forms legibly and send payment promptly to ensure your enrollment. Certificates will not be issued if payments are not received. Class size is limited for optimal learning. Please register early. 17 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org
  18. 18. ILGE The Institute for Leadership & Global Education (ILGE) ILGE REGISTRATION - Registration Form (RF) *Your Program Coordinator’s name: Program Code Program Title Date & Location Mr. Legal Name: Last First Middle Ms. Dr. - Address: Number, street, and apartment number Citizenship Designation/Job Title Department Company Name Company Address; Street, City, State/Province, ZIP/Postal address, Country Primary Language e-Mail (provide main email only) Phone number (including area/country code) Mobile number (including area/country code)Sex Date of Birth Education LevelMale Month Day Year Some College*  Associate Degree* Bachelor’s Degree*  Master’s Degree* Doctorate*Female    (*or equivalent foreign degree)Please tick if attending as: Individual; Team. Send quotation for __ number. ; Need In-house/customized version. ; Send information for other programs also.I accept full responsibility for the information provided and certify that this is complete and accurate. I agree to theguidelines for registration.Date: Signature: FULL PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FORM. Please indicate method of payment below.  Certified Bank Check  Company Purchase Order  Money Order  Pay Pal/Credit Card. We will contact you with follow-through with payment processing.  Wire Transfer to: beneficiary - the Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE), Account No. 7900221032, First Niagara Bank, 3488 Amelia Dr., Quaker Crossing, Orchard Park, NY 4127; Routing number 222370440; ABA Number: IRVTUS3N (Bank of New York - Mellon); Bank Tel: 716-822-6900 Select one kind of payment:  Payment - Leadership Skills for the 21st Century: = $3300 reg/ Special Rate: $1495  Payment - Transformational Leadership and Change = $6,600 reg/ Special Rate: $2995  Payment - BOTH PROGRAMS = $9,900 reg/ Special Rate: $4490 Student Number NOTE: Value of both programs is $3000 USD if applied to University Degree Program. Credits ILGE RF2012 18 Leadership Skills for the 21st Century - LS030) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Sept. 12, 2012. V6 www.institute-leadership-global.org

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