Financial Times Executive Education Survey Ranks CCL in Top 10 Globally

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Monday May 21, 2018 10:00
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia and BANGKOK--21 May--PRNewswire/InfoQuest
The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL(R)) ranks No. 10 overall in the Financial Times worldwide survey of executive education, which was released last Monday, 14 May.

CCL retains its position as the top-ranked executive education for Open Enrollment programs in the 2018 survey of the world's best educational institutions. It is the 17th consecutive year that CCL has earned a Top 10 ranking in the survey.

CCL is the only institution -- from more than 85 in the rankings -- that focuses exclusively on leadership development. The rankings are based on direct feedback from organizational and individual clients who rated leading executive education providers, including Harvard, Wharton, IMD and Insead, for quality and impact.

"CCL is focused on getting results for our clients, and these rankings demonstrate the critical difference that leadership development makes for individuals and organizations," CCL President and CEO John R. Ryan said. "It is a privilege to partner each day with world-class clients around the globe and to be in the company of so many outstanding educational institutions in this survey."

"We are privileged to retain our top ranked position in the 2018 FT rankings. This ranking is testament to the quality of our research, the impact we create for the organizations and individuals, and the engaged and motivated team we have around the world," said Thomas Goh, Chief Client Officer and Managing Director, APAC. "Today, in the Asia-Pacific region, disruption has become second nature across entire industries. Against this backdrop, leadership development, particularly that which prepares leaders for the future, has become more crucial than ever. Organizations and individuals need to build the foundation to innovate and adapt. We continue to be committed to helping our clients navigate through a rapidly changing landscape."

"Partnering with CCL on the LEaD MARUTI program for senior leaders last year has been proven impactful to Maruti's preparation for the future of the organization," said Rajesh Uppal, Chief Information Officer of Maruti Suzuki. "Participants had the ability to sharpen their skills, gain better self-awareness, relate the learnings back to daily work, and achieve a common leadership language among the leaders, inspiring the rest of the organization to follow."

About CCL

The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL(R)) is a top-ranked, global provider of leadership development. By leveraging the power of leadership to drive results that matter most to clients, CCL transforms individual leaders, teams, organizations and society. Our array of cutting-edge solutions is steeped in extensive research and experience gained from working with hundreds of thousands of leaders at all levels. Ranked among the world's Top 10 providers of executive education by Financial Times, CCL has offices in Greensboro, NC; Colorado Springs, CO; San Diego, CA; Brussels, Belgium; Moscow, Russia; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Johannesburg, South Africa; Singapore; New Delhi-NCR, India; and Shanghai, China.

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