Management Program for Lawyers
Yale School of Management, New Haven, Connecticut, Estados Unidos
The primary objective of the Management Program for Lawyers is to improve leadership abilities and strategic thinking, giving the participants the tools that they need to be able to:
Understand the integral leadership role of a lawyer in the organization.
Analyze different leadership styles and how to be an effective leader.
Learn the importance of strategic thinking to inﬂuence outcomes and the relationship between the law and organizational competitiveness.
Use and improve negotiation and strategic decision making skills.
Who Should Attend
Latin American lawyers with a minimum of 10 of years of professional experience may apply.
Application and Enrollment Process
USD 8,250 (special price only valid until January 31, 2020). This includes lodging, academic material, breakfasts, lunches, opening and closing receptions. Airfare and airport transfers are not included in the cost of the program.
Send the following information to the The Next Step in Management office or sales representative in your country:
– Full Application Form in Microsoft Word format, you may also apply online here.
– Your Resume (maximum two pages)
Candidates whose applications are accepted will receive an acceptance letter via email.
It is the responsibility of the registrant that the program tuition is paid in full. Due to limited capacity and high demand, accepted candidates must formalize their attendance through payment of the total program fee at the time of receiving the acceptance email.
Location and Lodging
The program will take place at the Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut, USA. The program includes 5 nights at a hotel. Parking, additional nights and personal charges to the room will be the full responsibility of the participan
June 1 –5, 2020
Limited Space Available
Founded in 1701, making it the third oldest higher education institution in the United States, Yale is a university with honored traditions. It is ranked among the top universities in the world. In the diversity of its students, its global outlook, and its outstanding research, it is also a university of compelling change. Led by a distinguished faculty, it carries on its education and research on to the graduate level in its graduate and professional schools. Like all great research universities, Yale has a tripartite mission: to create, preserve, and disseminate knowledge. Yale aims to carry out each part of its mission at the highest level of excellence, on par with the best institutions in the world. Yale seeks to attract a diverse group of exceptionally talented men and women from across the nation and around the world and to educate them for leadership in scholarship, the professions, and society
Yale School of Management
The mission of the Yale School of Management (SOM) is educating leaders for business and society. The school’s students, faculty, and alumni are committed to understanding the complex forces transforming global markets and using that understanding to build organizations in the for-profit, nonprofit, entrepreneurial, and government sectors that contribute lasting value to society. Executives today face a swiftly changing marketplace in which problems don’t come neatly labeled as marketing, finance, or operations. The Yale SOM draws on expertise beyond the traditional business school disciplines to help you think expansively about the challenges and opportunities ahead for your organization. Edward P. Evans Hall, the home of Yale SOM, houses state-of-the-art classrooms and meeting spaces while incorporating the latest in “green construction” materials and practices.
Cancellations, Roll-over and Replacements
Because attendance at an international program of The Next Step in Management requires significant advance preparation and demand often exceeds capacity, it is important to contact us in a timely manner if you must cancel or defer attendance.
Due to the costs incurred for program preparation and administration, any cancellation or requests for Roll-overs received 45 days or less from the program start are subject to penalty fees as described below. A Roll-over is defined as one transfer of the registration to the next version of the same program.
– More than 45 days’ notice: there is a USD 200 processing fee charged for cancellations * ; Roll-overs charged a USD200 processing fee plus any increase in the price for the next version of the same program
– 21 – 45 days’ notice: 50% cancellation fee incurred; Roll-overs charged a USD 200 processing fee plus any increase in the price for the next version of the same program
– 6 – 20 days’ notice: 100% cancellation fee incurred; Roll-overs charged a 20% fee plus any increase in the price for the next version of the same program
– 5 days or less: 100% cancellation fee incurred; Roll-overs not accepted
If you are unable to attend the program, we will accept an appropriate, qualifying substitute participant up to 6 days before the start of the program. Any roll-over requests received less than 6 days before the start of the program will be considered a no-show and cancellation fees will apply.
Notification of all cancellations, transfers, or substitutions must be made in writing.