Effective Management for Security Professionals Establishing the Security Role as an Enabler for Business Success
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Effective Management for Security Professionals, designed in collaboration with ASIS International, is an executive program that assists mid-to-senior security managers in developing their business acumen in order to become more effective managers and leaders.
Develop in the fundamental areas of management with expert faculty, across four days of interactive lectures, case studies, group work, and role-plays. Share experiences with other experienced Security professionals in an intimate learning environment and discover how to adapt business know-how effectively to your own organization’s Security requirements.
The Effective Management for Security Professionals program provided key executive learning topics and materials; insightful and thought provoking discussions with seasoned professors; real world case practices and exercises; all topped off by a very pleasant environment in company of security colleagues from around the world with unique perspectives from each of their fields of expertise. A 4 day package that will positively impact the rest of my career!
Regional Security Manager - Americas. Honeywell, USA
With IE Business School and ASIS quality is always a given… However, the diversity and richness of each participant’s experience is what really added value to the learning experience.
Security Risk Director, MAPFRE, Spain
Security Management is really about leadership and finance and managing a way through that is essential for your success…. The course participants come from all over the globe. It is really a tribe of security professionals coming together and sharing their experiences and learning together.
Norwegian National Security Authority, Norway
This course is giving Security Professionals the business acumen skills that they wouldn’t get from any other type of course.
Merk Sharp Dohme, UK
Besides meeting colleagues, friends and getting new friendships, specially the skills were very important to learn, were negotiation: it was very strong, we saw some weaknesses and learnt a lot about finance but also about strategy and leadership.
Shell International BV, Netherlands