Queen's hosts Mini MBA in management and leadership for second year

Pictured at the William J Clinton Leadership Institute at Queen's University are John Healy, managing director at Allstate NI, and Professor Nola Hewitt-Dundas, head of school at Queen's Management School

QUEEN'S University has launched its Mini MBA, for the second year running, which will give participants an insight into today's modern business world.

Designed and delivered by the William J Clinton Leadership Institute, the exclusive five-day programme delivers a highly impactful grounding for the essentials of management and leadership in business.

It will also give participants an understanding of what to expect and how to maximise impact, as well as opportunities to network with global leaders in the business community.

The Institute ( is running two Mini MBA programmes this academic year. The first took place last week while the second begins on Monday July 17.

Anne Clydesdale, director of the William J Clinton Leadership Institute at Queen's, said: "We are committed to stimulating and growing the local economy by providing the next generation of leaders in business and in public life.

"Northern Ireland has been needing a high-impact programme like this for a long-time and we can now facilitate one. The programme is delivered by experienced practitioners who will translate key business concepts and theories into practical application demonstrated through tried and tested learning experience.”

John Healy, managing director at Allstate NI, which is sponsoring the Mini MBA, said: “The programme is a fantastic opportunity for high-potential, talented individuals to gain the strategic thinking and leadership skills needed to excel in today's marketplace and prepare them for the future.”

A number of places are still available for the July programme. To apply go to

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