The 2016 class of the Corporate Executive Development Program (CEDP) recently completed the third phase of their training and development program. The program is offered to high potential Hispanic managers in Fortune 1000 companies who seek their first executive role. The program is managed by the National Hispanic Corporate Council in association with SMU Cox.
Over the course of 12 months, participants attend three program sessions with each session spanning three days. Sessions take place three to four months apart. Participants are assigned executive mentors with significant management experience within Fortune 1000 companies who assist them in preparing and implementing personal leadership development plans. In addition, participants are grouped into teams to work on application oriented projects throughout the year. Teams are assigned advisers with corporate experience to maximize application of classroom experience.
The program’s academic director, Professor Miguel Quiñones, works closely with the NHCC to develop application oriented curriculum and to assemble a team of instructors who are proven and effective in working with high potential corporate executives.
For more information contact Associate Dean Frank Lloyd, email@example.com.