HONOLULU, January 24, 2024–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC), a non-profit organization committed to the development of digital infrastructure, telecommunications and ICT, is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Columbia Business School Executive Education (CBSEE). develop Best Talent Leadership Development Program. This exclusive program by and in collaboration with CBSEE aims to empower executives with the skills and insights needed to confidently address the challenges of the evolving business landscape.
“We are excited to partner with PTC to develop this executive education program. Our mutual goal is to provide a transformative learning experience, equipping executives with the essential skills to not only navigate and excel in a dynamic and competitive business landscape,” said Malia Mason, Courtney C. Brown. Professor of Business and Director of Executive Education at Columbia Business School.
Launching at PTC’25, the program will run for three days and will be limited to 30 executive participants. This exclusivity provides an intimate and interactive learning environment, allowing executives to engage in meaningful discussions, exchange experiences and network with peers who share a commitment to organizational success and future-proofing their businesses.
“The strategic partnership with Columbia Business School Executive Education underscores PTC’s commitment to fostering leadership in the digital world. This executive education program represents a unique collaboration that will empower executives to meet challenges and foster innovation,” said Bill Barney, President and Chairman, PTC.
PTC CEO Brian Moon expressed his enthusiasm: “This partnership with Columbia Business School Executive Education is an important milestone for PTC. We strive to offer executives a program that goes beyond traditional education and provides practical insights and strategies for managing digital. the complexity of the era”.
Program highlights include sessions on building high-performance teams, strategic negotiation, skillfully navigating multiple fronts, effective change leadership, breakthrough strategies, networking and leverage, and managing the workforce of the future. The program will be customized to leverage the expertise of distinguished Columbia Business School faculty, industry practitioners, and coaches, emphasizing the applicability and real-world implementation of cutting-edge research.
Registration for the Top Talent Leadership Development Program will open in Q2 2024, giving managers the opportunity to secure their place in this exclusive program.
About the Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC).
Founded in 1978, PTC is a non-profit membership organization committed to the development of digital infrastructure, telecommunications and ICT globally, with a focus on the Pacific Rim. The PTC acts as a central hub within the digital infrastructure community, fostering innovation, promoting business growth and fostering collaboration between stakeholders through various events and initiatives. Chief among these is the PTC Annual Conference, a prestigious gathering held in January in Honolulu, Hawaii, where C-level executives, technologists, thought leaders, investors, researchers and academics gather to share knowledge, develop valuable relationships and accelerate innovation. Business. Visit us at www.ptc.org.
About Columbia Business School Management Education
Columbia Business School Executive Education (CBSEE) is at the forefront of business education, cutting-edge innovative curricula, and thought leadership. With a commitment to academic excellence and real-world impact, CBSEE provides a transformative learning experience for future business leaders. Visit us at https://execed.business.columbia.edu.
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