Mechanicsburg and Philadelphia, PA (December 22, 2009) – Learning Leaders from around the world will convene for three days in The University of Pennsylvania’s Ivy League setting, to sharpen critical thinking skills with world-renowned faculty and senior executive peers. Working together, faculty and executives will work through talent development and leadership challenges in a reflective environment, coming away with a renewed sense of purpose and a critical plan to drive strategic business priorities for each participant.
The program, under the theme of uncertainty, will take participants on a 3-day, fast-paced journey:
“Many of last year’s learning leader participants have called this their one, must-attend event because of the quality teaching, action learning, and peer interaction,” says Alan Todd, Chairman of Corporate University Xchange.
“The driving force behind this event is our emphasis on helping executives connect real-world business practices with leading-edge academic theory to solve their current business challenges,” says Doug Lynch, Penn Vice Dean and co-creator of the Global Leadership Congress. This year’s Congress Leaders include:
Attendance is limited to 120 participants and will sellout.
Corporate University Xchange will also host their 11th Annual Awards for Excellence and Innovation as part of the program. The black tie affair takes place in the enchanting atmosphere of the Egypt and China rooms, part of the museum of Archaeology and Anthropology on the campus of Penn.
To learn more about the Global Leadership Congress, visit http://www.corpu.com/leadershipcongress.
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