Our Executive Education and Training Branch builds capabilities for Clients through programs, workshops and seminars from those who do it best.

Executive Education and Training Branch

Learn from world leading institutions, knowledge leaders, professional experts and best-in-class craft practitioners.

Best in class

enabling ideas® educators are an exclusive breed. To be accepted into our Community, experts and their programs must pass stringent criteria to ensure they deliver both the latest in thought leadership and real performance enhancing application.


enabling ideas®

We understand, as an Executive Leader, getting the results you want requires more than great ideas. It requires teams with the capabilities to implement successfully. enabling ideas® Solution Directors, Educators and Executive Advisors excel at empowering the achievement of results.
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University at Buffalo

University at Buffalo, School of Management, Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

The University at Buffalo School of Management’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL) recognizes and supports the power of entrepreneurship to unlock human potential, create jobs, inspire wealth and invigorate the greater Western New York economy and community. The CEL provides an individualized and interactive education in entrepreneurship. Designed by entrepreneurs and for entrepreneurs, the CEL is based on proven principles, centered on best and next practices and backed by the thought leadership of the UB School of Management.
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Elevate Biz

Elevate Biz

Simplifying the complex into easy-to-apply formulas so that professionals can raise their brand presence, reach more prospects and sell more easily. Since 2006, Elevate Biz has worked with some of North America’s most influential brands, teaching proven business development strategies to connect with more qualified prospects, build stronger goodwill and achieve greater returns from event sponsorships.
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