CCL earns third straight top 5 ranking from Financial Times

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For the third year in a row, the Centre for Creative Leadership (CCL) ranked No. 4 overall in the Financial Times worldwide survey of executive education, which was released recently. CCL also ranks No. 6 globally for Open Enrolment programmes and No. 7 for Custom programmes in the 2016 survey.


“This survey features a highly competitive field and CCL’s continued success reflects the results we deliver for the many individuals and organisations we are privileged to serve,” said CCL President and CEO John R. Ryan. 


“Clients throughout the world entrust us with their leadership journeys, and we are very grateful for the partnership.”


Operating in the Sri Lankan market for over two years, CCL’s leadership development programmes are highly sought after by several leading Sri Lankan corporates including Brandix and Global Rubber Industries.


Congratulating CCL, Global Rubber Industries (Pvt.) Ltd Managing Director Prabhash Subasinghe said, “CCL truly represents leadership at the peak and a path of light for those who have a quest for knowledge. We believe learning paves the way to achieve our fullest potential which will bring out the best of all of us and GRI is proud to be in collaboration with CCL where we are taught the essentials to keep moving, learning and developing as long as we live. At CCL, each day presents an opportunity to learn and the journey towards this destination of learning is impeccable.”


Additionally, the Financial Times rates institutions in 10 sub-categories for Open Enrolment and Custom. In Open Enrolment, CCL ranked in the Top 10 in eight categories: Preparation; Course Design; Teaching Methods and Materials; Faculty; New Skills and Learning; Food and Accommodations; Aims Achieved; and Facilities. In Custom, CCL also placed in the Top 10 in eight categories: Preparation; Programme Design; Teaching Methods and Materials; New Skills and Learning; Follow-Up; Aims Achieved; Facilities; and Future Use. CCL also ranked No. 1 for the second straight year for the number of international participants in its Custom programmes, reflecting the growing global reach and impact of its offices in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.


CCL is the only institution – from more than 85 in the rankings – that focuses exclusively on leadership development. The rankings are based on direct feedback from organisational and individual clients who rated leading executive education providers, including Harvard, Wharton, IMD and Insead, for quality and impact.

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