A Word from our CEO: Michael Chavez
In these unprecedented times, you — our community of associates, business partners, alumni, educators and leaders — have been foremost in our minds as we’ve heard about how you have been grappling with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, its impact on your lives and your business, and your concerns about what’s next.
I wanted to provide you with an update on Duke Corporate Education’s response to this crisis and also share resources we are making available to you. We are working around the clock to support our clients and business partners worldwide to continue to do what matters more than ever: enabling leaders to cope with never-before-experienced levels of change and uncertainty.
Online Courses & Masterclasses
Duke CE draws on our two decades of industry and leadership development experience coupled with our cutting-edge research into today’s greatest challenges to create courses and masterclasses that address current problems facing leaders.
Our online courses are available in a blended or virtual supported experience for cohorts and an online, self-paced format for individuals and teams. Masterclasses are tailored for cohorts at your organization in a real-time, virtual format.
Featured Leadership Insights: Leading in Uncertainty
Explore the best ways to engage and adapt in these curated articles, or view more insights.
In the wake of coronavirus, understanding the behavioral levers of progress is more critical than ever, says Dan Ariely.
Necessity is the mother of adoption. When the coronavirus pandemic hit the world like a hammer blow, Cerner CEO Brent Shafer had to convert his $6 billion global healthcare information technology company to remote working almost overnight.
When the ratio of assumption to knowledge is high, spending a lot of time on elaborate spreadsheets is senseless. Post-Covid-19, assumptions have the upper hand. It’s time to question them all – starting with those about cost-saving and efficiency.
Covid-19 has underlined that many marketers’ favorite tools are obsolete. It’s time for marketing with real meaning.
Conflict management skills can help you conquer stress and anxiety. Deborah Grayson Riegel explains.
Great remote working requires three ‘C’s. You must construct a good framework; ensure the lines of communication work properly; and you must develop virtual ways of connecting.
How can we support you?
Contact us if you’d like to talk about leadership development opportunities for your organization.