Kokkalis Program Executive Education
February 1, 2010
The Kennedy School’s Kokkalis Program on Southeast and East-Central Europe is pleased to announce an exciting Harvard educational opportunity in Europe!
Leading, Innovating and Negotiating: Critical Strategies for Public Sector Executives is a Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) executive education program which takes place in Athens, Greece from 31 May – 3 June 2010. We request your assistance in recruiting participants, and ask that you to share this information with senior public sector officials from SE Europe who play a key role in the strategy and functioning of their organizations, and encourage them to apply (application deadline is 26 April 2010).
The program is a unique opportunity to learn from Harvard faculty who are luminaries in their fields. It will offer instruction in the following areas:
- Negotiation and Conflict Management, taught by Dr. Brian Mandell (Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and Chair of the Negotiation Project, HKS)
- Innovation, taught by Dr. Elaine Kamarck (Lecturer in Public Policy, HKS)
- Leadership, taught by Roderick Kramer (Visiting Professor of Public Policy, HKS; William R. Kimball Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford Business School)
For further information and application instructions, please visit the HKS Executive Education Web site. Eligible individuals are encouraged to apply as early as possible to secure a place in this program as well as limited full-tuition and lodging scholarships.
The Kokkalis Program