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A transformational experience for your organization
QSB Executive Education Custom Programs are designed to meet the specific development needs of your organization, applying our expertise to your unique objectives. Our programs provide powerful tools for facilitating meaningful organizational change in important areas such as: improving strategy development and implementation processes, creating a high-performance culture, managing growth and innovation, and developing leadership capabilities.
Your place or ours?
Queen’s Custom Programs are flexible. They are developed and delivered on your timeline at the location of your choice. Many organizations prefer that programs be delivered at their own facilities, or an off-site location of their choice. We can even help you select a suitable location if you wish. We also offer the option of utilizing the highly acclaimed Donald Gordon Conference Centre near the Queen’s campus in Kingston. Technology enabled solutions allowing participants to learn in the virtual classroom are also an option.
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Queen’s School of Business
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You set the agenda. Here’s how it works.
Queen’s Custom Programs are customized to your organization’s particular situation. In some instances, organizations engage us to address a specific and well defined development need. In these cases, we work closely with the senior management team to create an appropriate program.
Our programs provide tools for facilitating meaningful organizational change in important areas such as:
- Improving strategy development and implementation processes
- Creating a high-performance culture
- Managing growth and innovation
- Developing leadership capabilities
Client Focus Process
“One of the great benefits of the tailored programs offered by Queen’s is the rich group discussion I had with my Canada Post colleagues. I felt privileged to be asked to participate. It made me feel the company valued me”
Manager of Customer Value Management
“The Making Partner Program that we did with Queen’s gave me the opportunity to look at how to develop people and learn decision-making skills. It gave me the confidence to say to our CEO, ‘I have a strategic plan and framework for managing the day-to-day operations, and for making the noise go away for you’”.
Royal Sun Alliance Program
ACCESS TO QUEEN’S CENTRES AND SERVICES
As a QSB executive education client, you will also have access to the School’s various centres and services. Learn more
Queen’s School of Business Centre for Business Venturing
Queen’s School of Business Centre for Business Venturing is a leading and definitive source of knowledge and expertise in the creation, leadership and management of new ventures.
The Monieson Centre
The Monieson Centre is focused on the business of healthcare, supporting researchers from business and academia in pursuit of innovative solutions to problems faced by both publicly-funded institutions and private-sector firms in the healthcare world.
Queen’s School of Business Centre for Responsible Leadership
Queen’s School of Business Centre for Responsible Leadership is committed to inspiring practitioners, researchers, teachers and students of business to instill responsible leadership as an integral part of their thinking and practice.
Queen’s Executive Decision Centre
The Queen’s Executive Decision Centre has developed innovative uses of computer technology to support the planning and decision-making tasks of executive teams from both private and public-sector organizations in Canada. Services provided by the Centre include: strategic planning; focus groups; team-building; group problem-solving; business process re-engineering; and brainstorming.
The CA-Queen’s School of Business Centre for Governance
The CA-Queen’s School of Business Centre for Governance funds Queen’s faculty and doctoral student research into Canadian and international corporate governance issues, especially those which relate to audit committees and financial reporting. The Centre is partially funded through the generosity of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (ICAO).