The Advanced Leadership Programme currently takes place in the attractive setting of the Kilkean Castle & Golf Resort, an hour by car from Dublin city centre.
In October, we relocate for a three-day module on the IESE campus in Munich, Germany.
In February, the final module will take place in IESE Business School in Barcelona. IESE is a world-class leading business school that delivers a range of Executive Education programmes and is ranked no 1 for Executive Education globally by the Financial Times. They will welcome us to their impressive campus in Barcelona where we will have the opportunity to experience sessions over two days.
Kilkea Castle & Golf Resort with a dedicated conference centre provides an ideal setting to allow you to get away from the day-to-day issues and get maximum value from the programme.
The IESE campus in Munich is a unique learning environment where you’ll share experiences and build lifelong relationships with your fellow program participants and faculty members.
The IESE campus in Barcelona is their flagship campus where they deliver Executive and MBA programmes to thousands of executives from around the globe. IESE also has campuses in Madrid, Munich in Germany, San Paulo in Brazil and New York.
“We really are spoilt both in terms of the surroundings, the hospitality, how well we’re looked after, the organisation and the content. And the destination… Seville is really the icing on the cake, and the bonding you experience on that particular trip, to me was outstanding.”
I've had a university education, I've gone to the Law Society, I've gone to courses everywhere, but nothing compares to what I've learned here over the last 5 months. Before I've actually finished this course I've implemented changes, so you can't back track from that.
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“We had Breege O’Donoghue, Director of Primark, we’ve had the Chairman of AIG, British Airways and Aer Lingus, we’ve had the CEO of Telefonica, the head of Connacht Gold. How else would you ever get face-to-face time with people of this calibre and at that level of business except on a course like this?”
I think anyone can gain from an experience like this particularly is they're getting into more general management