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The Global CCO program will take place for its second time at the some of the best universities and business school in Europe and United States: ESADE, Columbia University and Georgetown University. The Global CCO program is an executive senior program aimed at communication professionals.
It has been designed by ESADE Business School and Corporate Excellence – Centre for Reputation Leadership, and it is focused on the most important topics when impoving knowledge and skills of current and future Chief Communications Officers (Global CCO).
The Global CCO Program is presented as an update of the traditional management of Communication Director by integrating relevant issues like public agendas, intangible assets management or leading skills in organizations.
This year, there will be three main venues for the program. The first module, in November, will take place at ESADE, Madrid (Spain). At the business school, participants will learn on the skills and dimensions of excellent Chief Communications Officers; CCO’s roles are getting increasingly important in organizations, they will also learn how to develop and improve leading skills, among others. The second module will take place in January 2014 at Columbia Universtiy, New York (USA). Students will learn about corporate communications, reputation, and brand management, new trends and approaches, online and offline strategies, media relationships, etc. And the third module will be at Georgetown University, Washington D.C. in June 2014. Geopolitics, organizations’ role, awareness of the social and corporate context, as well as lobbying and business models, among others.
Participants will have to develop a solidarity project in order to apply acquired knowledge and solve a real and current problem of a third sector organization.
The program is presented as a dynamic learning model between students and teachers. Teachers at three institutions are practitioners and academia professionals of a great level.
Registration deadline is now open to professionals interested in improving and evolving in their skills and communication managing tasks.