The Financial Times announced this week that Dialogue’s lead knowledge partner, Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE) has been ranked #3 best customized executive education programme on the planet.
Duke CE was also awarded the ♯1 ranking in customized executive education programmes in North America.
The Financial Times rankings, featuring 85 contenders, are awarded principally on measured of participant and client satisfaction, as well as international reach.
Duke CE has a long history of topping the global and North American rankings – this is the 17th consecutive year that Duke CE has appeared in the top three of the global ranking. It holds a record of 12 years straight at #1.
In a message to its network, Duke CE Chief Executive Michael Chavez highlighted the importance of executive education: “The world is not getting easier for any of us. But, this only makes us more convinced that the toughest challenges are ultimately leadership challenges. We’re proud to embrace this purpose with [our team and clients] because we believe leaders are the greatest levers for making a positive difference. We believe that helping to build more agile leaders who can in turn build faster-moving, adaptable organizations is both a challenge and a privilege. We’re proud to share the top rankings with some outstanding institutions who share our commitment to better leadership. Together we have an awesome opportunity and responsibility.”
Chavez added: “We’re honoured to achieve this result because it comes from the direct feedback of our clients around the world.”