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Leading from the Center
Dr. Tony O’Driscoll discusses the changing model of leadership in “Leading from the Center” on Future-Proof Workplace Radio.
Jobs of the Future
Listen in as Michael Chavez joins Kieno Kammies, of the CapeTalk weekday Breakfast Show in South Africa, to talk about the jobs of the future.
Financial Times Rankings: Duke CE in top 3 and #1 in North America
In 2017, Duke CE ranks in the top three custom executive education providers globally, and #1 in North America. This is the 17th consecutive year that Duke CE has received top honors, building on our record of consistent excellence.
Sharmla Chetty on Disrupt with Mpumi Nhlapo
Sharmla Chetty, global head of Europe and Africa, discusses the impact of immersive, experiential corporate education.
Professor Joe Perfetti explains how United Airlines fares in the Duke CE Global Productivity Ranking, describing his novel measure for financial cycle time in this article with Kathy Pearson.
Without followership, there is no leadership. Tony O’Driscoll discuses five elements to help leaders cultivate followership.
Tony O’Driscoll describes why the key to developing engaging education lies in first establishing the motivation to learn.
Designing a new leadership system for today’s increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world. Duke CE’s global head of Duke CE Labs shares why agility is key in leadership development.
CEO Michael Chavez featured in CLO Magazine discussing how learning leaders can make an impact by being curious, connecting and being deliberate in how they add value to the business.
To help organizations thrive in today’s business landscape, executive education programs evaluate and offer leadership development solutions that strengthen the meaning of corporate diversity and inclusion on multiple fronts.
Winning in an Unpredictable World: CEO Michael Chavez in Wall Street Journal Business Debate Video
Duke CE CEO Michael Chavez and educator Sudhanshu Palsule discuss how we can prepare leaders for a world that is unpredictable in this debate with the Wall Street Journal.