The Executive Master Programme in International Association Management, is a unique platform for mastering the fundamental skills in key management areas with a special focus on the association executives’ needs.
The 17-day Executive Master in International Association Management is already underway. It is taught by academics from the Solvay Brussels School-EM and features contributions from key speakers. Speakers include: Isabel BARDINET, CEO, European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and Judith HARDT, Managing Director, Swiss Finance Council. They will share their insights and expertise with the objective to enhance the leadership, strategic planning and management skills of Europe’s top association professionals and to highlight the best practices across the association sector.
Association Executives need perspective and skills in core managerial activities but also the soft skills to continue to play the important socio-political role in Europe and to understand its continuously changing economic, social and political environment. To efficiently manage an association means facing new challenges in the wake of increasing competition, resources crunch and economic crisis. Leading a membership-based association requires today a constant balancing of current needs, external demands, and long-term vision.
In order to further build the leadership capacities, strategic planning and management skills of the association managers and thus enhance the reputation of the association management profession, the European Society of Association Executives (ESAE), the Union of International Associations (UIA) and the Federation of European and International Associations established in Belgium (FAIB) seek to develop a learning experience in Brussels with the Executive Education branch of the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM).
ESAE Members receive a 15% discount on the inscription rate. Please contact us if you’d like to participate in the master programme and would like to know more about this added benefit.
Duration: January to June – 17 days, 7 modules of 2 or 3 full day
Next Info Session: 19/09/2017 19:00 Register hereMore Information: Solvay Course Page