Cierre de inscripciones a los cursos: 28 de mayo de 2018


  Junio 26 (6:00-9:00 p.m.) /
Junio 27 - Junio 28 (6:00-10:00 p.m.) / Junio 29 (8:00- a.m.-5:00 p.m.)
Junio 26 al 29

Critical Skills for Authentic Leaders:
Emotional Intelligence, Crucial Conversations and Storytelling

This course will explore the foundations of authentic leadership. Students will begin with a theoretical understanding of authentic leadership and the importance of self-awareness. Students will then explore the theoretical, empirically grounded, and practical approaches to storytelling for leaders. Students will actually craft and practice delivering leadership stories. Emotional Intelligence for leadership will serve as the next focus along with the critical skill of leading crucial conversations. Each topic will involve students engaging in experiential learning to enhance skills and dispositions required for effective authentic leadership. 

Professor Joe Albert
Gonzaga University - United States
ELP Co-Founder and Lead Instructor, Joe Albert. As the former Chair and Assistant Professor in the Masters in Organizational Leadership Program, Joe has an extended background in leadership studies. He is a co-founder of the Comprehensive Leadership Program (CLP), and led the Renaissance Center for Leadership at Gonzaga University. He holds a Ph.D. in leadership, a Master's degree in counseling psychology and two undergraduate degrees in business management. In addition to teaching, Joe provides training and consulting services to organizations in a number of areas, including: leadership in organizations, psychological issues of leadership, understanding organizations, organizational change, motivation and empowerment.

Professor Rachelle Strawther
Gonzaga University - United States
Director of Leadership Training and Development for Gonzaga University¿s School of Professional Studies. In her position, she designs curriculum for professional development programs and leads sessions on interpersonal communication, innovation, emotional intelligence, conflict resolution and other leadership-related topics.
She graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in Anthropology and earned a Master's in Communication and Leadership from Gonzaga University. Prior to coming to Gonzaga, Rachelle worked in Kisumu, Kenya, for eight years, first implementing community-based programs for women and children affected by HIV and later leading a regional organization serving 3000 youth. In addition to her full-time role in professional development.



  Julio 3 - Julio 6  (6:00-9:00 p.m.) / Julio 7  (9:00- a.m.- 4:00 p.m.)
Julio 3 al 7

Influence,  Persuasion, and Effective Interpersonal Communication in North American and Latin American Contexts

This course will explore theoretical, empirically grounded, and practical approaches to effective influence in intercultural communication and organizational contexts. Students will be exposed to best practices for effective influence in multi-cultural and organizational settings and will engage in experiential learning to enhance the knowledge, skills, and dispositions required to be effective and ethical communicators.

Professor Michael Hazel
Gonzaga University - United States Department Chair, Associate Professor of Communication & Leadership Studies, Gonzaga University. Dr. Hazel earned his Ph.D. from Washington State University after living in Japan for eight years. In addition to his teaching experience in the United States, he taught for six years at Immaculate Heart College in southern Japan. His areas of interest include organizational communication, communication theory, research methods, communication apprehension, and intercultural and interpersonal communication.



  Julio 9- julio 13 (6:00-9:00 p.m.) / Julio 14  (9:00 a.m. -12:00 m.)
Julio 9 al 14

Topics in Finance

The philosophy of this course is ¿learn by doing". There will be 6 three hour classes.  The first part of each class will be devoted to covering an important topic in finance.  The six topics covered will be: market efficiency and arbitrage, risk and return, investment performance measurement, firm valuation, capital structure, and behavioral finance.  The second part of each class will be devoted to an application that will use the concept.  These applications will be the analysis of real-world Harvard Business School cases or a classroom simulation.

Professor Utpal Bhattacharya
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Professor of Finance, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), Hong Kong. Professor Bhattacharya received his Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (Kanpur); an MBA. from the Indian Institute of Management, (Ahmedabad) and his Ph.D. in Finance from Columbia University (US). He joined HKUST in 2014. Professor Bhattacharya's research is about the dark side of financial markets. He believes, with apologies to Thomas Jefferson, that "the price of capitalism is eternal vigilance". He is also the Executive Editor of Financial Management, and was an Associate Editor of the Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Financial Markets. His publications have appeared in top-tier finance journals like the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, The Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis and the Journal of Business, among others.



  Julio 16 - julio 18 (6:00-10:00 p.m.) / Julio 19 (9:00- a.m.- 4:00 p.m.)
Julio 16 al 19

Imaginación, Creatividad e Innovación

En este curso, los participantes desarrollarán la habilidad fundamental de observar el entorno en modo diferente y empático, vale decir: desde la perspectiva del cliente. Asimismo, los participantes desarrollarán la capacidad de identificar nuevas conexiones entre los elementos observados (imaginación); articular visiones emocionantes sobre la base de estas nuevas conexiones, y diseñar con rapidez prototipos concretos que puedan hacer realidad dichas visiones únicas (creatividad). Finalmente, los participantes discutirán casos de estudio exitosos y originales que ilustran cómo llevar a cabo adecuadamente la implementación de prototipos innovadores dentro de una organización, a través de la puesta en marcha de un proceso interfuncional y complejo de lanzamiento de nuevos productos y/o servicios a mayor escala (innovación).

Professor Piero Morosini
CENTRUM Graduate Business School - Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú El profesor Morosini es Ph.D. in Management, M.A. in Decision Sciences, y MBA, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA. Graduado en Economía de la Universidad del Pacífico (Perú). Durante más de dos décadas ha trabajado en Europa como profesor y como ejecutivo en instituciones tales como: el Instituto de Empresa en Madrid; el IMD de Lausana; McKinsey & Company, en Madrid y Londres; y JP Morgan, en Milán. Es autor del libro Seven Keys to Imagination (Marshall Cavendish, London, 2010), el cual ha sido traducido a varias lenguas, incluyendo el español (Las Siete Llaves de la Imaginación, LID, Madrid, 2010); así como de muchos otros libros, estudios de casos, videos y artículos que están disponibles en publicaciones de gran relieve internacional. Actualmente es Profesor e Investigador en el Área Académica de Estrategia y Liderazgo en CENTRUM Católica Graduate Business School.



  Julio 16 - julio 18 (6:00-10:00 p.m.) / Julio 19 (9:00- a.m.- 4:00 p.m.)
Julio 16 al 19

SMEs International Strategy

This course draws from both the external and internal environment, the macro and micro economies of the firm and the exogenous and indigenous variable that are the drivers for a good strategy making process. In that sense the course is both interdisciplinary and integrative with a special focus on SMEs doing business in the emerging economies (e.g. Colombia, Peru, Chile), in comparison to developed economies (e.g. New Zealand, UK, EU).

Professor Christian Felzensztein
Massey University - New Zealand Dr. Felzensztein is Ph.D. in Marketing/International Business from the University of Strathclyde (UK), M.Sc. in International Marketing/Business, MBA (with Distinction) (Universidad Austral, Chile) and PgD Local Economic Development (Weitz Center for Development Studies, Rehovot, Israel). Dean's Chair in Strategy at Massey University (New Zealand). Previously, Director & Professor of the Global Entrepreneurship Development Centre (GEDC) at Kingston University (London) and visiting professor at ESSEC Business School in Paris.