A leadership-focused program for positive professional and community impact.
Now more than ever the world needs leaders. Leaders to show enterprises and our economy the way forward. It takes solid knowledge of business plans, sustainable operations, brand marketing, and the savvy to chart and execute a viable strategy in an increasingly complex global environment.
The internationally-accredited Sonoma Executive MBA program is delivered with a schedule, relevance and leadership focus for accomplished professionals at the senior manager, director, and executive levels.
Strategic decision-making and communication skills are a major focus, with hands-on learning opportunities including consulting projects, case study analysis, simulations, and integrative courses with domestic and international companies. Students develop strategic decision making capacity and leadership communication skills to converse on an executive level with all functional areas of a business.
International Consulting Tours
Students have the opportunity to embark on a two-week international consulting tour to improve understanding of how to conduct business successfully in a different culture and economy. The experience provides access to executives and local leaders through site visits and hands-on practice in consulting engagements. Consulting tours have engaged business and community leaders on the ground in Argentina, Botswana, Chile, China, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Malaysia, New Zealand, Poland, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, and Vietnam.
Leadership Sailing Excursions
Students embark on a small crew sailing expedition designed to build teamwork and communication skills, self-assessment, and self-reflection--all important competencies for successful leaders in life and business. The experience begins with an orientation of sailing basics and builds toward synchronized sailing and racing under the guidance of expert sailors and America's Cup veterans.
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For questions, reach out to Christine Pinella: 707-664-3501 or Christine.Pinella@sonoma.edu.