Dartmouth Partners launches executive leadership programme
Dartmouth Partners has partnered with professors at the London Business School to offer future Dartmouth Executive leaders the opportunity to study a bespoke mini-MBA.
This addition to Dartmouth’s learning environment, which includes its associate & consultant academy programmes, provides continuous blended training from entry-level, all the way through to partner.
This is an executive leadership programme provides a significant individual investment from Dartmouth in its future leaders, involving a two-year bespoke mini-MBA course and six modules including a live experiment specifically designed to take development to the next level and unlock leadership potential.
The bespoke mini-MBA has been designed to stretch participants, intellectually and practically. It combines researched-based modules including leadership, decision making, entrepreneurial strategy, the science of people & teams, business economics & finance and successful project delivery. This is supported with real-world application exercises and ‘The Experiment’, a live opportunity to deliver a game-changing initiative to move the dial at Dartmouth. This is a unique opportunity open to all future executive leaders at Dartmouth. The programme will provide participants with the theory, skills and application opportunities to propel their career in the firm.
Dartmouth’s head of learning & development, Ben Stocken, commented, "To create a globally dominant talent firm we’ve identified that we should move L&D for our future Executives beyond the confines of recruitment and team leadership. We're launching a programme that provides participants with the skillset and opportunity to truly build businesses that change the face of the recruitment industry."
Dartmouth’s CEO, Logan Naidu, added, “We’re continuously looking to set the bar higher, in an industry renowned for short cuts and quick fixes. Our ‘Classroom to Boardroom’ model doesn’t just apply externally, it’s something that we live and breathe internally too. Partnering with leading lecturers from various faculties at the London Business School including Entrepreneurship, Organisational Behaviour and Finance & Economics allows us to take our own staff all the way from Associate, through to Partner and beyond.”
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