The Gulf Research Center (GRC) and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) announced the launch of the Global Leadership Executive Learning Program, which will be held in Geneva, Switzerland, from July 3-7, 2006.
Global Leadership exposes practitioners from the public and private sectors to a range of interlinked challenges in the global security, political and economic contexts, and prepares them to comprehend and respond to these challenges.
According to the GRC Chairman, Abdulaziz Sager, “In the present environment, leaders in the security, political and economic spheres cannot function in an isolated and insulated manner. As a result, the GRC and the GCSP have designed this leadership course with practical policy value that responds to the urgent need to understand each of these spheres individually and in relation to one another.”
The program is divided into three modules. Each week-long segment is a stand-alone, but continuity has been established between the three by starting with the security program in July, followed by the economics module from November 27 to December 1, and the politics section from 26-30 March 2007.
The Global Leadership Executive Learning Program is tuition based and the segments can either be taken separately or as a unit. Each program discusses and analyzes previous, current, as well as anticipated critical global issues through interaction with eminent scholars and experts from different fields.
For further information, program brochure and application details, please visit the GRC website under www.grc.ae or contact Dr. Christian Koch, Program Director, at email@example.com