The Executive Education programs at Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business promote professional development and provide participants with key tools that can be put into practice right away. The goal of each offering is to improve a specific aspect of job performance and to enhance the participant’s immediate potential and professional network.
Open Enrollment Seminars
Open enrollment seminars connect individuals from various business to facilitate networking and skills-based outcomes. Participants engage in skill development in a specific area to promote growth through short, intensive, and collaborative courses.
Current Seminars for Spring 2017:
High Impact Leadership – Offers professionals who are in or aspire to higher positions of responsibility and accountability the skill set to solve problems, lead change, and maximize personal and organizational effectiveness. (Feb. 21, 23, 28 & Mar. 2)
Innovating for Competitive Advantage – Equips managers with a data-driven approach for creating and maintaining a competitive advantage through innovation and continuous improvement. (Mar. 21, 23, 28 & 30)
Finance & Accounting for Business Leadership – Helps non-financial participants develop an understanding of terms and techniques used in managerial accounting and financial analysis. (April 18, 20, 25 & 27)
Effective Strategic Planning & Implementation – Provides an interactive format to develop leadership skills in order to optimize strategic implementation. (May 9, 11, 16 & 18)
Loyola subject matter experts collaborate with your organization to design custom programs and workshops, ranging from specific topical sessions to broader multi-faceted programs that can accommodate the development needs of a wide range of experience levels.
Custom Programs Page
The program is targeted at rising stars and future leaders in the beginning and middle of their careers and is designed to address the critical gap between the skills provided by formal education and the full development of seasoned professionals. Leadership Essentials is offered in collaboration with Leadership Howard County.
Leadership Essentials Page
Office of Graduate Business Programs
Executive Education Program
Loyola University Maryland
2034 Greenspring Drive
Timonium, MD 21093