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CEW INSEAD Advanced Management Scholarship Returns for 2023

   
CEW INSEAD Advanced Management Scholarship Returns for 2023

CEW is pleased to announce the return of the INSEAD Advanced Management Program Scholarship, which is be offered as part of our Scholarships Program in 2023. One senior woman leader will win this life changing opportunity to take her career to the highest level.

The INSEAD Advanced Management Program is designed to help leaders build exceptional levels of strategic, high-performance, and self-aware leadership skills. CEW Scholars who have completed the program say it is transformative. Of the seven who have completed the program, four have gone on to become CEOs.
One of those scholars is Craveable Brands CEO Karen Bozic, and she says it was a challenging, but rewarding experience.

“The AMP at INSEAD far exceeded my expectations,” she says.

“This course cuts you to the core. The more open you are early, the more progress you will make. It was truly life changing.”

The course is held over four weeks in Fontainebleau, France, a town just to the southeast of Paris.

The scholarship is open to senior women leaders with at least 12 years management experience, including a minimum of five years at a senior executive management level. Two previous recipients now sit on the CEW’s Scholarships Committee and have been instrumental in helping grow the program, Scholarships Committee Chair Deidre Willmott says.

“CEW is proud to be able offer this scholarship for an outstanding woman to attend the INSEAD Advanced Management Program in France. This will be a truly life changing four weeks for a leader ready to take on the top role at a major Australian corporate or other organisation. The course will help you deal with the complex problems facing leaders around the world and give what you need to lead with confidence.”

The CEW INSEAD Advanced Management Program Scholarship is now accepting applications until January 30, 2023.

If you’re interested apply today or share with friends or colleagues who should.

For more details or to apply please visit our scholarship webpage.

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