Executive Integral Leadership
Look Inward to Move Yourself and the Organization Forward
Authentic leadership starts from within. This signature Notre Dame program for established executives helps you find creative solutions to pressing business issues and drive change. The world is in urgent need of great leaders. Come to Notre Dame this fall or spring.
New Perspectives and Tools
The Executive Integral Leadership week is for accomplished, innovative executives and successful team-leading directors—individuals who sincerely want to grow as leaders.
The program begins with Notre Dame’s Integral Leadership Model, which considers you, as a leader, in relation to complex business challenges, and focuses on an inside-out developmental approach. Effective leaders learn to account for themselves, those around them, and the systems in place within their organizations. An enhanced level of attention increases the executive’s capacity to diagnose issues, develop change initiatives, evaluate strategic options, and sustain success. Participants gain a holistic framework and a set of tools for leadership.
The week also includes executive coaching based on a robust 360° feedback instrument, The Leadership Circle Profile™. For a full program schedule, please request information below.
I came in expecting EIL to be mainly fluff. What came from each session was profound. And, I got more from this coaching session than from any other coaching session in which I have ever participated." --EIL participant
Upcoming Session Dates
Join fellow leaders for this inspirational experience on the historic Notre Dame campus in South Bend, at the Stayer Center for Executive Education, or on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.
- May 1-5, 2017 (Notre Dame)
- September, 2017 dates tbd (Kylemore Abbey, Ireland)
- October 9-13, 2017 (Notre Dame)
Please complete an application to participate. Applications are due one month prior to the start of the program. Apply now.
Fee for Program Only
Investment for individual attendees:
- For-profit organization: $8,700
- Nonprofit organization: $7,700
- Additional attendees from the same organization: $7,700
Please note that candidates who complete the online application prior to January 1, 2017 will pay a fee of $8,300 or $7,300.
Your participation fee includes:
- All educational materials and instruction
- The Leadership Circle Profile™ 360-degree competency assessment and 90-minute Executive Coaching session
- An optional Health and Wellness Coaching session
- Lodging and meals
Your entire fee is due prior to the start of the program. Please do not defer or cancel participation less than three weeks prior to the start of the session.
Fee for Program plus Extended Executive Coaching Sessions
Register now for Executive Integral Leadership plus four follow on, one-hour executive coaching sessions that create a seamless experience between your time on campus and your continued efforts to enhance your leadership. No need to wait and see if you will build on the insights you gained during your Notre Dame Executive Integral Leadership week. Your executive coach will assist you in your focus on clear outcomes that lead to improved, sustainable business results and authentic happiness. For a complete set of Notre Dame Executive Coaching options, see Executive Coaching webpage.
Investment for individual attendees plus four additional executive coaching sessions:
- For-profit organization: $10,600
- Nonprofit organization: $ 9,600
- Additional attendees from the same organization: $ 9,600
Please note that candidates who complete the online application prior to January 1, 2017 will pay a fee of $10,200 or $9,200.
For more information, call Sue Callaghan at (574) 631-0564 or email us to learn more.
Upon the successful completion of this program, the participant will receive a document certifying that the participant completed the program. The document will not qualify as an academic credential, and the recipient will not earn any academic credits at the University of Notre Dame in connection with the program. Participants in the program are not students at the University of Notre Dame, and completion of the program does not qualify any participant for status as an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame.
Director, Payne Whitney Clinic, Behavioral Health,
New York Presbyterian Hospital,
New York, NY
"The hospital nominated me to attend EIL and one of the specific ideas I brought back was how to use polarities. It’s not ‘either/or’ but finding the power of ‘both/and.’ How can we say, ‘We’ll do this, and what else will we do?’ It doesn’t have to be either/or. That has opened up more dialogue and even more creativity with my staff in a remarkable way."
Chief Operating Officer,
The NetWork for Better Futures,
"Notre Dame helped me to understand that now’s the time to move forward. I think that ability to lead was already there, and I simply hadn’t exercised it. Now I am exercising it."
Assistant Chief of Operations
Tampa Police Department
"Prior to EIL, I thought I was successful if I achieved results. Now, I focus on making those results sustainable and to passing a holistic approach along to bright followers. I was seeking an immersive experience with business leaders to be able to adopt a systems approach, and get feedback on how I lead in my local government role where we are trying to redefine the way we do business for better accountability in efficiency and effectiveness to the community."