Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation
MBA - Reputation and Leadership
Members of the Centre teach and advise postgraduate students, in particular through the Reputation and Leadership elective on the MBA course, which is taught in the Hilary term. The principal aim of this course is to show students how reputations are created, sustained, destroyed and rebuilt. Understanding reputation has become an increasingly important element of management. Companies that enjoy strong reputations gain competitive advantage in labour markets, financial markets, relationships with consumers and supply-chain effectiveness. The sessions will include contributions from a number of senior leaders in industry and the professions.
Executive Education - Reputation and Executive Leadership
Our executive education programmes deal with a critical subject area for future leaders. They are taught by leading figures from business, academe and other organisations. Reputation and Executive Leadership is a two-and-a-half day senior management programme on the transition to top leadership for executives in senior divisional or executive management positions whose career paths require them to prepare for senior executive leadership within one-to-five years.
Executive Education - The Corporate Affairs Academy
The Corporate Affairs Academy has been created to provide a forum where leaders can meet and discuss issues, trends, and best practice. Its aim is to help Corporate Affairs leaders make a more strategic, systematic and valuable contribution to their business.
Bespoke reputation and leadership programmes
The Centre for Corporate Reputation organises bespoke Reputation and Leadership Programmes both in Oxford and within companies and organisations internationally.