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Our highly regarded customized programs for organizations are built on Georgetown University’s tradition of excellence.

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Leading the Leaders: Teaching Executives how to Lead Through Change

August 8th, 2016

By Michael Blanding Illustration by Mark Allen Miller Business leaders know this: Change is a constant. It may be the only constant in an ever-changing business environment driven by new technology, markets, and shifting regulations. But what happens when you are the one charged with teaching others how to change? That is the question.

Recruiters Rate McDonough MBAs as the Best-Trained in the World

March 7th, 2019

In a new Bloomberg Businessweek Recruiter Insights ranking, Georgetown McDonough was named 1st in the world for having the best trained graduates, 3rd in the world for having the most creative graduates, 3rd in the world for showing exceptional entrepreneurial skills, 4th in the world for the value of the school’s brand, 4th in the world for the school’s reputation for entrepreneurship, and 7th in the world for the diversity of the recruitment pool.

Let Your Life Speak: Unleash the Greatness of Who You Are

March 30th, 2019

Robert Bies, professor of management at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, recently delivered a TEDx Georgetown Talk on “Let Your Life Speak: Unleash the Greatness of Who You Are.” Bies, who also is the academic director of the DC Public School Leaders Executive Master’s in Leadership at the school, studies leadership, the delivery of bad news,

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