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Michigan Leadership Collaborative - Sanger Crisis Challenge information
Leadership Crisis Challenge: Register Now for Jan. 12-13
Imagine this: you’re in one of the exclusive club spaces in Michigan Stadium. There is a crowd, there are cameras, and there is commotion. This January, you are invited to take part in an exciting and challenging leadership program with the Sanger Leadership Center. Leadership Crisis Challenge is a premier action-based learning experience that will immerse you in a simulated business and media crisis. Participants play the part of senior executives tasked with responding to the crisis as it unfolds, and present their strategy to a board of directors, journalists, and the public. See last year’s video »
One winning team will be awarded a $5,000 scholarship for presenting the best strategy to their board of directors and the press.
Leadership Crisis Challenge For Graduate Students Celebrating 10 Years
January 12: 5:00-10:00 PM Ross School of Business
January 13: 8:30 AM-5:00 PM Michigan Stadium
There is no cost to participate, and transportation to Michigan Stadium and meals will be provided. Space is limited—register by January 9, 2017!
For questions or more information, please contact email@example.com.
Leadership Crisis Challenge is made possible by the generous support of PNC Bank.
REGISTER BY JAN. 9
“The Ross Leadership Crisis Challenge was easily one of my favorite experiences at Ross last year. It is the epitome of action-based learning and an experience everyone can benefit from. Where else do you have the opportunity to present to and receive immediate feedback from executives who have actually dealt with a crisis in their careers?
If you want to challenge yourself in new ways, I highly recommend that you participate in this phenomenal competition!”
- Chris Selle, MBA ‘17
• Graduate student, any year or program • Ability to participate both days