More and more, both private and public sector organizations in Ghana have challenging and complex leadership issues that we all see and share. Fortunately, there are people like you who do feel a deep commitment to positive leadership that improves organizations and makes life better.
In remarks he was to deliver on the afternoon of November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy wrote ‘Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other’. Not only do great leaders never stop learning, their success is measured by what new knowledge and practices they discover, lead and share to inspire others With leaders like you in mind, the Nobel International Business School (NiBS), in collaboration with SBS Swiss Business School in Zurich Switzerland, offer a new doctoral degree program focused on generating powerful leadership ideas to help solve Africa’s most pressing problems.This 3-year part-time program is designed for senior executives like you who want to prepare to lead in the C – Suite to build and sustain high performance organizations. The program delivers critical knowledge and skills in current leadership theory and practice. This foundation empowers you through applied and reflective thinking to situate leadership problems and opportunities in the right theory context. You are then able, with the support of our faculty and assistance from your own dedicated research fellow, to complete a doctoral thesis that offers creative and powerful leadership solutions.
This program is for a select few highly experienced and accomplished senior executives who aspire to lead in the C – Suite. You and your peers from Ghana and around Africa are immersed in a collaborative, creative and inspiring environment led by faculty from NiBS and partner institutions. The personal and intellectual relationships that flourish between you and your peers would become the most valuable legacy of your DBL degree experience, providing you with ongoing opportunities and lifelong friendships. It’s an experience that can’t be duplicated anywhere else.
I look forward to seeing you in the program.
Dr. Theodora Akweley Asiamah
Assistant Professor of Management
Director, DBL Program