Helping Polish Leaders Drive Change
Primate's Palace: principal venue of the AMP Warsaw 2014-2015 / Photo: Archive
Warsaw is increasingly consolidating its position as a financial and business hub for Central Europe. Driven by high levels of innovation and a culture of entrepreneurship, the city has its sights firmly set on becoming a heavyweight in this dynamic economic region.
The Advanced Management Program (AMP) in Warsaw launches its 9th edition this week. Tailored to the realities of the Polish market, the AMP Warsaw is designed to equip top-tier executives with the leadership competencies to take their careers to the next level, while giving them a broader global perspective and a framework to help shape their organization’s future.
This year’s cohort includes C-suite level executives from a diverse range of companies and sectors. Participants represent PKN Orlen, Toyota, Volkswagen Bank, Totalizator Sportowy, Budimex, Hitachi, Ambra, PKO Ubezpieczenia, Sanofi, Orange and others.
Spread out over seven months in 1-week modules, the AMP kicked off on October 20 in Barcelona with a residential module entitled "Reassessing the Foundation." Subsequent modules will be held in Warsaw.
"The AMP is a game-changer for senior executives," said program director, Radosław Koszewski. "It challenges C-suite professionals to explore new approaches and really reflect on their leadership style. In this first module in Barcelona we lay the foundations for the coming seven months."