Executive Management Program

Being a manager means having to lead and take responsibility for a team. It also means having to report directly to the bigger bosses in the company. The job entails mentoring, problem-solving, financial and risk management. Our Executive Management Program will better prepare you for all the responsibilities that fall under your key performance indicators, so that you can be the best manager possible.

Who this is for:

Executive professionals

What you will learn:

  1. How to understand the new management paradigm of learning from theory through application and sharing of experiences
  1. How to develop a general management perspective aligned with overall corporate goals
  1. How to strengthen their fundamental management skills with an increase in decision-making abilities, improved supervisory skills and team building capabilities
  1. How to apply the learning to current and future work situations


  1. Stronger leadership skills
  1. More confidence in problem-solving and decision-making
  1. A more unified team


TalkShop uses Integrated Language Teaching. This means 30% of the course is comprised of facilitator-based discussions while 70% is dedicated to an interactive learning experience through:

  • Practical Role-play Scenarios
  • Guided Communication Activities
  • VTR Sessions
  • Individual and Group Presentations
  • Situational Leadership  Drills


Course Outline


I.  Corporate Creativity

A. Brainstorming

    • Gathering Ideas
    • Organizing Thoughts

B. Mind Mapping

    • Illustrating Ideas
    • Visualizing and Processing

II. Effective Problem Solving

A. Definition of Terms

B. Steps to Effective Problem Solving

    • Finding
    • Shaping
    • Solving

C. Analysis Techniques

D. Simulating and Testing

III. Decision Making

  • Types of Decision Making
  • Levels of Urgency
  • Routine and Unique Decisions
  • Decision-Making Techniques


I. Managerial Economics

A. Definition of Terms

B. Finding Your Market

    • Defining Your Market Size
    • Analyzing Demand

C. Managing Production/ Process

    • Finding What to Produce
    • Answering Production Means

D. Gauging Production Size

II.    Applications

  • Risk Analysis
  • Production Analysis
  • Pricing Analysis
  • Capital Budgeting

III. People Management

A. Organizing Your Team

    • Assessing Skills and Traits
    • Training Your Team
    • Assigning Tasks
    • Scheduling Team Meetings

B. Mentoring and Coaching

    • Management Roles
    • Management Communication
    • Motivating and Guiding


I. Program and Project Management

A. Conceptualizing the Project

B. Project Planning Tools

    • Critical Path Method
    • The Gantt Chart
    • Responsibility Matrix

C. Project Monitoring

II. Financial Management

A. Definition of Terms

B. Accounting 101

    • Balancing Accounts
    • Analyzing Financial Statements

C. Financial Planning

    • Financial Inventory
    • Project Costs
    • Financing and Budgeting

III. Risk Management

A. Identifying and Assessing Risk

B. Levels of Risk

C. Probability Tools

D. Reducing Risk

E. Risk Management Strategies


I. Leadership & Change Management

A. Types of Leadership

B. Leadership Principles

C. Servant Leadership

D. Supervisory Tool Mastery

    • The Enneagram
    • Personality Archetypes

II. Corporate Governance Issues

A. Principles of CorporateGovernance

B. Corporate Governance Models

C.    Aspects of Good Governance

D.    Systematic Problems

    • Demand for Information
    • Monitoring Costs

E. Supply of Information

III.    Personality Development

A.    Image Enhancement

    • The Professional Image
    • Corporate Application

B.    Developing Social Quotient

C.    Fine Dining & Etiquette

D.    Charm Training

Course duration:

4 days


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