Executive Education Consulting
ACI offers a full spectrum for in-depth executive consultation. We also provide publishing services and a matrix of design options for organizations committed to executive development.
All services are customized to client specifications both online and in print. We maximize executive effectiveness through carefully planned development. Our executive education services and products include customized, current information.Our Services
Our Five Point Process
Succession Planning: Identify the candidate who has the potential for higher levels of management.
Assessment: Analyze the candidate's development plan and identify the best programs.
Program Selection: Match the candidate's needs for the best outcome.
Preparation: Plan for enrollment well in advance by making sure the candidate is ready for the program from all angles.
Evaluation: Analyze the program with the participant, report the findings to the upper management, and conduct an ROI study.Read More
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“Thank you and your staff for the services you provided Hewlett-Packard’s Business Leadership Development group. We are most impressed with your thoroughness and attention to detail in completing the many university datasheets. In addition, your uncompromising commitment to quality and service represents the kind of leadership that HP looks for when selecting a vendor of choice.”
Ann Bakey, Former Global HR Principal, Hewlett-Packard
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