Full course description

Overview

The Leading Champions Executive Program is designed to help executives rise to the challenges that demand new ways of thinking and new ideas by combining the world-class faculty expertise of the Mays Business School at Texas A&M with the nationally renowned coaching staff of the Texas A&M Athletics Department. Enroll today to for a unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience that combines executive-level leadership development, networking opportunities, and exciting activities.

Synopsis    

Embedded throughout the program is a focus on strategies for success, tools for achieving and setting goals, and preparing each participant to view their organization with a fresh perspective on leadership and organizational or personal health.  The course will include many of experiential learning activities, including self-assessments, case studies and simulations. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to engage with the coaching staff, to exclusively tour popular Texas A&M sports facilities, and to participate in highly experiential activities related to Texas A&M Athletics. Participants will have the opportunity to refine their business acumen through rigorous curriculum that includes:

  • Leading & Motivating Teams
  • Creating a Winning Organizational Culture
  • Principles of Leadership
  • Managing Change
  • Negotiations and Strategy
  • Sustained Success
  • Professional Presence
  • Health & Wellness

Who Should Attend: 

This program is designed for executive level leaders and decisions makers from a wide range of organizations. Individuals from all sizes and types of organizations are welcome. 

Program Dates: April 23 - 26, 2017
Times: 8 am - 8 pm, each day

Course Fee includes: breakfasts, lunches, networking dinners, snacks, coffee & beverages, custom class dress shirt, tickets to TAMU baseball game, facility tours and activity fees, transportation during program, a commemorative certificate, a variety of giveaways, and hotel accommodations.

Program Faculty: Ricky Griffin, Cindy Devers, Michael Wesson, Cindy Zapata, Stephen Courtright, John Krajicek

Sample Program Agenda: Please note that this agenda is tentative and subject to change. A final agenda will be distributed upon arrival to the program.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Morning

Participant Check-In

Lunch

Orientation at Hotel

Afternoon

TAMU Baseball Game

Dinner

Tailgate @ Blue Bell Park & Coach’s Talk

Evening

Optional After-Hours Event

Monday, April 24, 2017

Morning

Breakfast, Debrief, and Content Sessions at Mays (Leading & Motivating Teams  - Courtright, Creating a Winning Organizational Culture – Griffin)

Lunch

Lunch at Kyle Field

Afternoon

Exclusive Tour of Kyle Field, Coach’s Talk, and Experiential Activity

Dinner

Dinner at Kyle Field and Content Session with Athletics Department

Evening

Optional After-Hours Event

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Morning

Breakfast, Debrief, and Content Sessions at Mays (Principles of Leadership – Zapata, Managing Change - Wesson)

Lunch

Lunch at Reed Arena

Afternoon

Exclusive Tour of Reed Arena, Coach’s Talk, Experiential Activity, and Content Session with Athletics Department

Dinner

Dinner at Equine Center and Content Session with Mays Faculty (Presentation Skills - Krajicek)

Evening

Optional After-Hours Event

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Morning

Breakfast, Debrief, Content Sessions with Mays Faculty at Kyle Field (Negotiations - Devers), Media Exercise, and Coach’s Talk

Lunch

Closing Ceremony & Lunch at Traditions

Afternoon

Optional Golf at Traditions