Executive Education Capabilities

Whether you need to develop large teams, groom emerging leaders for new responsibilities, or bring senior executives together to solve a strategic challenge, D’Amore-McKim can provide business education solutions tailored to your needs. And because we draw our Executive Education faculty from across Northeastern University as well as from national and regional partners, we address business challenges in multiple industries and markets.

D’Amore-McKim’s current Executive Education capabilities include:

Executive Management and Working Sessions

  • Focused on senior management
  • High levels of customization and collaboration
  • Programs designed to achieve specific business outcomes
  • Formats range from multi-day intensive sessions or shorter sessions spread over longer periods delivered in-person or virtually

Tailored Coursework

  • Course content is derived from our rigorous graduate business curriculum and tailored to your specific objectives
  • Create learning opportunities as diverse as Innovation Boot Camps, Leadership Development sessions, or Business Acumen programs
  • Formats range from multi-day intensive sessions or shorter sessions spread over longer periods delivered in-person or virtually

Company-Specific Graduate Certificates

  • Choose company-specific versions of our existing curriculum or recombine courses to create your own
  • Certificate programs may also utilize team projects focused on current business issues, providing significant returns on your company’s investment.
  • Programs may be delivered on-site or online

Learn more about D’Amore-McKim’s Custom Executive Education capabilities

We’d be happy to talk more about how D’Amore-McKim’s Executive Education capabilities can be tailored to meet your organization’s strategic professional development needs. Contact Christina Jaracz, director of business development, at 617.373.7203 or c.jaracz@neu.edu.

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