Executive Development: Volume 5 Issue 1


Table of contents

“Sayonara” Ineptitude: Japan Is Better with ETP!

Alan Lawson

The European Commission′s Executive Training Programme in Japan isintroduced, explaining its contents and objectives, including the12‐month language module and six‐month “total…


How Do Executives Get Better Jobs?

Lea Brindle

The occupational personality profiles of 101 redundant seniorexecutives were related to their job‐hunting success using psychometrictests (16PF and a management interest…


Women′s Development at BBC Scotland

Isobel MacDonald

Illustrates how organic a women′s development training strategy canbe. Demonstrates the power of a formal audit and report. Followingconcern over the insufficient number of women…


A Model for Time Management

Marcia Fellows

A manager in a local authority offers her own approach to timemanagement. Her starting point is to stop doing things which areineffective by setting aside time to review. The…


Getting Credit for Your Competence

Jackie Hall

Explores the aims of the MCI′s Accreditation of Prior LearningProject for Experienced Managers, which was started in 1989 and wasaimed to develop and test methods and materials in…


Executive Communication in Crisis

Colin J. Coulson‐Thomas

In many companies there is a growing gap between the rhetoric ofcorporate vision and the reality of management life. A vision needs tobe communicated and shared. This requires top…


Customized Trainer Training Benefits Top Rank

Chris Harris, Sarah Merchant

Examines how one of Britain′s largest bingo companies, Top Rank putin place a major training programme in 90 clubs across Britain toimprove customer service. Shows the process of…


Stay Put to Get Ahead

Peter Herriot

Based on recent research which suggests that we should revise ourassumptions about managerial careers. Analyses the career histories ofover 700 managers. Rediscovers the facts…


Cultural Adventures and Dangerous Liaisons

Marc Raynaud, Joanne Perkins

States that international companies must consider the culturaldifferences between countries or risk serious and expensive problems.Uses real‐life examples to examine…


British Aerospace Takes off with Higher Education in Management Development

Susan Binnersley, Christopher Rowe

Describes how an aircraft factory British Aerospace Defence Ltd(Military Aircraft Division), Brough forged links with localinstitutions of higher education (Hull University and…


Tapping Your Own Excellence Using NLP

Di Kamp

Explains the approach of neuro‐linguistic programming (NLP).Outlines its use in enabling managers to uncover their own wisdom andexcellence and explores its distinctive features…




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1989 – 1995

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Emerald Publishing Limited