Oxford University

Chief of Staff Executive Certification Programme

The Chief of Staff Association is delighted to invite members to be among the first to complete the first of a kind, Chief of Staff Executive Certification Programme.

Joining colleagues and peers from around the world you will enjoy excellent opportunities to share experiences, learn from each other’s perspectives, open up your global network and acquire knowledge and skills that will advance your career.

You will gain vital insights and make connections between your personal leadership style and the unique organisational challenges you face as a Chief of Staff. The programme will help you develop heightened self-awareness, enhance your impact with improved leadership strategies and deliver practical techniques and frameworks.

Since 1996, Saïd Business School has been at the forefront of executive education. Today it is recognised as a prominent and respected research institution embedded within Oxford University; the world’s number #1 ranked University.

Programme Particulars

Investment: GBP 4,895

Duration:
4 Days

Location:
Oxford University,
Saïd Business School

Cohort:
40 Maximum

When:
Summer 2021
Includes: Meals and Accommodation
at Oxford University

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Programme Learning Objectives

Programme Director

Rupert Younger is the founder and director of the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation, and Chair of the Enacting Purpose Initiative, a multi-institution partnership between the University of Oxford, the University of California, Berkeley, Federated Hermes, the law firm Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz and the British Academy.

Mr Younger has published two books – The Reputation Game (co-authored with David Waller) and The Activist Manifesto (co-authored with Frank Partnoy) – and teaches on the Oxford MBA and a number of Oxford programmes for senior executives.  He is also the academic director for Oxford’s Corporate Affairs Academy.

Rupert Younger

Chief of Staff Post-Nominals

Certification from the Chief of Staff Association asserts your commitment to developing a professional career as a senior Chief of Staff. The Chief of Staff Association has two categories of post-nominals for members, CSA and FCSA. Acceptance to each class is dependent upon your career experience, relevant qualifications and approval by the board of directors. Recognition as a Fellow of the Chief of Staff Association is the highest acknowledgment of your commitment to the profession.

  • CSA
    (Certified member)

    To be eligible to use the CSA post nominal, members must meet the following requirements:

    * Successfully completed the Chief of Staff Executive Certification Programme and;

    * Maintained membership of the CSA for one year.

    E.g., Mr David Browne, CSA
  • FCSA
    (Fellowship)

    To be eligible to use the FCSA post nominal, members must meet the following requirements:

    * Be a certified member (CSA) of the Chief of Staff Association and have maintained membership of the CSA for two years.;

    * Have served as a Chief of Staff to a senior principal, or an equivalent level of seniority for at least twelve months.

    * Fellowship is by invitation only.

    E.g., Ms Catelyn Clark, FCSA

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