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The Centre for Executive Education is located within the University of Peace in Costa Rica, established by the General Assembly of the United Nations (UPEACE), the UPEACE Centre for Executive Education delivers dynamic courses to leaders from around the world. Their approach to all courses is innovative, interactive, and participant-centered, using case-studies and field trips when appropriate. They aim to develop businesses, organizations, and, primarily, people by incorporating the following cross-cutting themes in executive education: Intercultural Communication, Positive Leadership, Design Thinking, Negotiation, and Conflict Resolution, Teambuilding, Social Innovation, and Global Education.[1]

[1] https://centre.upeace.org/about/

 

 Watch this very inspiring video interview with Mohit Mukherjee the founding Director of Centre for Executive Education at UPEACE.

Interviewed by: Limitless

Mohit Mukherjee is the founding Director of Centre for Executive Education. He has also served as Vice President of Programs for Watson U, the first incubator leading to a degree for next-generation social entrepreneurs. Prior to these positions, Mohit Mukherjee served as Education Program Manager of the Earth Charter Initiative, a global movement of organizations and individuals promoting sustainable development.[1]

[1] https://centre.upeace.org/about/the-actors/

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