Opportunities for faculty
LSE Enterprise's joint venture partner, Duke Corporate Education, is always interested in hearing from experienced LSE faculty who can create and teach customised executive education programmes. Proven skill in connecting practical and theoretical knowledge to client outcomes is essential. Monica Hill, Director of Duke CE's Global Learning Resource Network, explains: 'We are interested in senior faculty, committed to undertaking highly customised, collaborative work within Duke CE's business model'.
To make new contacts and learn from the world's leading customised executive education organisation, please contact:Monica Hill: firstname.lastname@example.org or Joey Uppal: email@example.com.
At home with Duke CE
Duke CE is holding an 'At Home' evening on Monday 27 September from 5.30-7.30 at their offices at 165 Fleet Street. This networking session enables discussion on current issues in executive education and will include a quiz / treasure hunt about Duke CE and its programmes. If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 20 September.
Working with Duke CE
Dr Dina Dommett from the Department of Management has worked with Duke CE for three years.
'Soon after I joined the LSE in 2007, I was invited to work at Duke CE as a project manager for a small but exciting programme in leadership development for the board of an innovative technology firm. My three years since then have been an apprenticeship in learning how to create powerful learning experiences for clients in technology, banking, energy and pharmaceuticals - all of whom had an important, though separate, relationship with the LSE as well.
'I have worked at top US and UK business schools, but every day at Duke CE was an opportunity to learn something new in helping to solve issues in people development in global companies. Whether we were coaching real-life business projects, developing a case study on risk in the oil industry or teaching about corporate culture by playing competitive sports, the work was always rigorous, and the outcomes life changing.'