Un curso para líderes cristianos modernosEDICIÓN EN ESPAÑOL - ROMA - 21-24 Septiembre 2020 (parte 1) & 14-17 Diciembre 2020 (parte 2)
En asociación con Georgetown, ESADE y la Universidad de Le Moyne, nuestro nuevo programa integra los mejores conocimientos del mundo empresarial con la tradición espiritual ignaciana de 400 años basada en el desarrollo personal y la cercanía a Jesucristo.
Idea of the course
Leadership all around us is undergoing a crisis and leaders are coming under increased pressure. Trust and faith in the institutions they represent is weakening. We live in an environment that is Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous (“VUCA”).
In this context high level leaders are looking for formation that integrates their personal values with an ability to tackle new challenges, that develops their spirituality, that encourages and gives consolation, that provides new skills for innovation and discerned decisions.
In partnership with Georgetown, ESADE and Le Moyne College, our new programme integrates the best insights from the corporate world with the Ignatian 400 year spiritual tradition based on personal development and closeness to Jesus Christ.
The course will take place in the General Curia of the Jesuits, Rome, Italy (click here to find the location) in the following dates:
- 1st module: 19-22 October 2020
- 2nd module: 7-10 December 2020
The course (Module 1 + Module 2) will cost 1400€ per participant or 1100€ per participant for teams of 3 or more. Participants are required to attend both modules to obtain a certificate of completion at the end of the course.
The program will run every day from 08:30 to 18:30 approximately.
Any questions? Get in touch via email with Pablo Bernal [email protected]
Josep M. Lozano
Ramon Garcia Gay
Profesor de ESADE desde 1987. Ha trabajado para Intermon Oxfam y ESADE en diversos puestos. Actualmente es profesor de Sistemas de Información y Gestión de Proyectos.
Miembro del Comité de Ética del Fondo Ético FIM de Morgan Stanley. Miembro del Comité de Ética del Plan de Pensiones de Banco Sabadell. Patrón de la Fundació Catalana de l’Esplai. Miembro del Consejo Asesor de la Fundación Adsis. Y colaborador y voluntario de diversas entidades sociales.
Carlos Losada Marrodán
Actualmente es coordinador de UNIJES (Red de Universidades Jesuitas en España) y profesor de ESADE en el Departamento de Dirección General y Estrategia. Fue director de ESADE desde el año 2000 hasta el 2010. Anteriormente trabajó en puestos de dirección en el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo y en la Generalitat de Catalunya.
Es/ha sido miembro de diversos órganos de gobierno: Gas Natural Fenosa (España), SFL (Francia), e InnoEnergy (Holanda); y en varias universidades jesuitas de España como Deusto, IQS y Loyola Andalucía.
Xavier Mendoza Mayordomo
Xavier Mendoza es Profesor Asociado del departamento de Estrategia y Dirección General y actual director del Observatorio de la Empresa Multinacional Española (OEME). Ha sido decano (2000-2008) y director general adjunto (2008-2011) de ESADE Business School.
La investigación del profesor Mendoza se centra en los procesos de internacionalización de las empresas, la gestión estratégica de las empresas multinacionales y la formación de directivos.
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Partners of the course
General Curia of the Society of Jesus
The Society of Jesus was founded in 1540 by Saint Ignatius Loyola and his companions. The Jesuit mission is a mission of reconciliation, working so that women and men can be reconciled with God, with themselves, with each other and with God’s creation.
From the very beginning, the Society served the Church in Europe as well as in Asia, Africa and the Americas. Men like Robert Bellarmine and Peter Canisius spearheaded the Catholic Reformation in Europe. Courageous missionaries like Francis Xavier, de Nobili, Peter Claver, Roch González, John de Brito, Jean de Brébeuf, and Eusebio Kino brought the Gospel to the ends of the earth.
Very soon after the foundation of the Society, it became clear to Ignatius that schools offered the greatest possible service to the church, by moral and religious instruction, by making devotional life accessible to the young and by teaching the Gospel message of service to others. And so, many schools began to be founded.
Jesuits became deeply involved in scholarship, in science and in exploration. By 1750, Jesuit astronomers ran 30 of the world’s 130 astronomical observatories. Up to 35 lunar craters have been named to honour Jesuit scientists. The so-called “Gregorian” Calendar was the work of the Jesuit Christopher Clavius, the “most influential teacher of the Renaissance”.
A University above all else…. COMILLAS accepts and endorses the definition of a University set forth in the “Magna Charta Universitatum”, signed in Bologna in 1988: “… an academic community that, in a rigorous and critical manner, contributes to the protection and development of human dignity and cultural heritage through research, teaching and providing a diverse range of services to local, national and international communities”.
We strive to encompass the full reality of humankind and the World we live in
In response to the growing fragmentation of knowledge as it becomes increasing dispersed through new branches of science and specialist areas, COMILLAS aspires: to a systematic approach to reality in all its most complex manifestations; to an interdisciplinary method in research and teaching practices, and to the proposal and search for solutions to human and social problems.
Personal development alongside academic progress
Our aim is that every person to form part of our University receives a comprehensive education: focusing not only on academic training but also on their own free will, their human, ethical and aesthetic awareness, capacity for personal reflection and sense of responsibility. In short, COMILLAS aims to contribute to the full personal development of all its students.
Insistence on a critical approach
A solid base for building a critical approach requires science, the interdisciplinary search for Truth, the assimilation of fundamental values and a deep understanding of social reality. It is only upon these foundations that a truly human and global critical approach can be developed and applied. This critical approach must serve to discern any human manifestation.
The University of Deusto aims to serve society through its contributions with a Christian approach to today’s realities. As a university, its guidelines are love of wisdom, desire for knowledge and rigour in scientific research and methodologies. Therefore, its main focus is on achieving excellence in research and education. Another objective is to provide the background for free persons, who are responsible citizens and competent professionals, equipped with the knowledge, values and skills needed to take on the commitment to foster learning and transform society.
The Deusto University Project
The firmly rooted Christian tradition supports the belief that faith in God not only gives meaning to life but also inspires and stimulates increasingly deeper and more critical knowledge of every authentically human cultural process. On the other hand, this vision acknowledges that culture, science and technology provide valuable instruments to update our understanding of Christ’s message to mankind. All of these factors make the university a place for meeting and dialogue between faith and knowledge, transcendental hope and the quest for a more human future for all. This is what makes it a Catholic university.
The University of Deusto aims to serve society through its contributions as a university with a Christian approach to today’s realities. Justice, which forms part of our mission, must be a cross-cutting aspect of all university activities.
ESADE is a global academic institution known for the quality of its education, its international outlook and its clear focus on holistic personal development. With strong ties to the business world, ESADE stands out for its innovation and contribution to social transformation. People are ESADE’s greatest asset: faculty, professionals, and more than 60,000 alumni all over the world.
ESADE applies a unique and innovative learning model based on the internalisation of values and the development of professional and executive competences.
ESADE generates new knowledge that helps to improve the dynamics of organisations, businesses and the practice of law.
ESADE is a platform where people can gather and discuss important issues with the aim of improving society.
At ESADE, we believe in holistic education: rather than merely transmitting knowledge, we instil empathy for the surrounding world and empower students to transform it, day after day, into a better place.
The Gregorian is an Ecclesiastical, Pontifical and Jesuit University. Rooted in the Ignatian spirit, it aims to form men and women from every culture in such a way that they can find God wherever they will live (in all things). Each, according to his or her vocation, is called to bring the world to God so that God will be known by all people in their own language and tradition.
Excellence in teaching
As a University, it seeks excellence in teaching, personal reflection, and research, offering to its students a harmonic synthesis between human knowledge and the light of faith according to the appropriate method for each academic discipline. Being aware of the interrelationship between science and the continuing evolution of knowledge, it fosters an interdisciplinary approach in its methods of research and the updating of the university community through the new tools of communication for distance learning.
Studying at the Gregorian offers a unique experience, at the ecclesial and academic level, which leaves a mark of universality for life. Its international character, with professors and students from around 120 countries, makes the environment of the University unique.