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Programs for Individuals
Transform your professional life at a program with Columbia Business School Executive Education. Our programs bring you right to the very center of business, immersing you in relevant information and providing you with actionable skills that you can use both immediately and over the long term.
Focused on learning that produces results, our programs cover all the major areas of business. Whatever challenge you are facing within your organization, you can find a solution at Columbia Business School Executive Education.
Our Programs in Social Enterprise
Columbia Business School Executive Education's Programs in Social Enterprise apply business skills to building solutions to social problems locally and throughout the world.
Led by Raymond D. Horton, Frank R. Lautenberg Professor of Ethics and Corporate Governance and founder of the Social Enterprise Program for MBA students, we make use of the Schoolâs extensive resources – while also pulling from New York City's rich supply of nonprofit, government, and business practitioners – to serve nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and businesses in the New York City and state regions, across the nation and the world.
Our social enterprise programs are designed for mid- and senior-level executives in nonprofit organizations to develop the necessary skills to help their organizations today and in the years to come.
Developing Leaders Program for Nonprofit Professionals
Offers nonprofit managers training in strategic management skills including using financial data, planning and implementing change, improving negotiation techniques, and improving self-awareness.
Senior Leaders Program for Nonprofit Professionals
Over 20 days, senior nonprofit professionals gain strategic management and leadership skills and cutting-edge business knowledge to help them develop actionable plans for their organizations.