Clients and participants in qualification and development programmes rightly expect one thing: the budget and time allocated should enable a high degree of benefit for daily work and at the same time provide an attractive, motivating learning experience. That is why we work out these requirements in the best possible way by offering a co-creative project management for complex challenges. Thus, further education as an in-house project becomes a benefit for your company and your employees.
In the design phase, we create customized training programs that optimally match the learning and change objectives agreed with you. As a business school we have a comprehensive portfolio of training methods and learning media at our disposal. The result of our design can be a single compact seminar or a blended learning approach structured in terms of time.
The decisive factor is that your goals will be realized.
Frankfurt School has been an all-in-one partner to a customer for many years. The common path began with qualifications for customer advisors in the financing and investment sector. Beyond this area, Frankfurt School experts have over time acquired a comprehensive understanding of the requirements of the company and its employees.Learn more
The term digitalisation is now so widely used that it is on the point of becoming meaningless. While this scarcely matters in private conversations, it is critical when digitalisation becomes a key parameter for specific performance requirements. This short “workshop report” from a newly launched in-house project provides an example of how we work co-creatively with our clients to specify programme requirements and components step by step, and then fine-tune the design of the various modules that comprise an effective digitalisation programme.Learn more
A leading retail bank commissioned Frankfurt School to launch a training programme for a large number of its independent mortgage brokers. A team of experts exclusively developed a concept that was challenging in terms of professionalism, individual support and didactic preparation.Learn more
A globally positioned manufacturer of electric motors with more than 10,000 employees and several dozen production sites is planning a practical, compact but comprehensive business training course for specialists and managers, with the aim of maintaining and building on its position in the market as a successful, profitable company. The range of participants is broad, heterogeneous and international; they work at different sites on different parts of the value chain. They include a range of experts with management responsibilities or duties within the company who have very different backgrounds in the sciences, technology and engineering.Learn more
A highly successful, innovative family business in an extremely competitive industry, with several dozen subsidiaries on all continents, wishes to prepare in-house talents from over 60 countries for future challenges and management responsibilities within the Group.Learn more
From hidden champions to global corporations: Management boards are well trained, strongly challenged and optimally networked. But how do they acquire the necessary industry knowledge and personality to steer a company and control its fortunes?Learn more
Our customer, the European part of a global OEM supplier, wants to develop a circle of selected executives into internal innovation drivers. For this purpose, a programme will be set up that on the one hand strengthens the personal prerequisites for coping with these challenges and on the other hand imparts initial concrete innovation experiences during the course and offers participants both learning opportunities and platforms to recommend themselves to senior management for further management tasks. With the development of leadership and team competencies, the program objective ties in with an established competency model in the company and also emphasizes the need for participants to become effective as intrapreneurs and to overcome outdated structures and processes.Learn more
Germany is an attractive destination for our international programme participants, as the country is renowned across the world for its economic strength and cultural diversity. The Frankfurt School’s reputation, with its triple
accreditation and its high-quality programmes as well as its top location in Frankfurt as a banking and business centre radiates far beyond Germany.
These are convincing arguments to experience practical impressions and to acquire current expertise, especially when it comes to companies and banks from abroad. The Frankfurt School has developed a very special offer for this. Within the framework of tailor-made study visits, professors and experienced practitioners impart concepts and models that have been successfully tested in the respective subject areas. At the same time, factory tours and industrial tours with space for questions and discussions with those responsible on site are set to take place. The training events and industry visits can be rounded off by inspiring cultural events.
The Frankfurt School conducts an individually tailored Management Development Programme for a large foreign company. Participants come from middle management. Some have a business background, while others have a technical background. Both groups have to be brought to the same level of knowledge, both in terms of economics and with respect to modern management and leadership techniques. At the same time, the new company values are transmitted during the programme.
Over the course of five modules and in the space of eight months, the themes of Commercial Awareness, Leadership and Building Confidence, Finance and Performance Excellence, Communication and Team Dynamics along with Innovation, Digitalisation and Change are taught. The English-language programme features a blended learning approach. Along with interactive presence events, it also comprises e-learning features with a range of examples, cases, exercises and webinars along with online forums.