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Strategic Leadership for Humanitarian Security

Strategic Leadership for Humanitarian Security table
Start date31 Aug 2020
End date1 Oct 2020
Time4:30 pm (Europe/Madrid)
Provider IE Business School
Type Security Risk Management, Strategic Leadership
Cost€ 1,900
Booking URLhttps://my.ie.edu/en/applyxl/?locale=en-US&program=PES-ENG-SLHSP

Registration is open until 20th August for the Strategic Leadership for Humanitarian Security programme run by IE Business School, Madrid. The online course will run from 31 August – 1st October. Please note that the format will replace the face-to-face course.

Strategic Leadership for Humanitarian Security aims to equip NGO Security Professionals with management skills necessary to reach even greater heights in the non-profit space. This unique program, initiated and designed together with GISF, brings together business and non-profit learning, thereby broadening horizons and maximizing the benefits for humanitarian executives.

‘Unlike some other courses that I’m sure we’ve all attended, the practical applicability of each of the lessons is clear, and the course provides food-for-thought long after the final session of the week.’

Frances Nobes, Security Analyst at World Vision International, course participant 2019

For more insight, please see this GISF blog where Frances reflects on the lessons and skills she learnt from the course.

Strategic Leadership for Humanitarian Security Online Program


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