The Monterey Institute offers a variety of professional development opportunities. No matter what stage of your career, find a program suited to your unique needs.
This workshop introduces easy-to-grasp concepts and ready-to-use tools to help managers generate practical insights on themselves and their organizations, and set personal and organizational priorities in order to improve performance and spur growth. De Baak and the Monterey Institute proudly introduce Dr. Peter Robertson, with his broad-scoped research and breakthrough approaches and 30 years of consulting experience, to lead the workshop.
Drawing on 30 years of research and consulting experience, Dr. Peter Robertson facilitates a day of practical breakthrough concepts, addressing the stinging question, “Why do the 3 C’s (corrosion, corruption, criminality) of organizational leadership sometimes become so prevalent and why do good, talented people so often become destructive leaders?" This workshop is focused on his latest insights and he expects that everyone leaving this workshop will experience at least one fundamental change in the way she or he views the world.
Whether you’re running a nonprofit organization, nurturing a compelling startup, or growing an existing business, this course offers the competitive knowledge that you need to succeed in today’s marketplace.
Every semester we offer weekend workshops to our students on a wide variety of topics from grant writing, to international and corporate venture capital, to counterterrorism. If extra space is available in these workshops, they will be open to interested professionals and community members. For more information on weekend workshops, contact Samira Kurtic Lloyd at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 831-647-4645. The deadline to apply is two weeks before the start of the workshop.
We offer customized programs for groups on various business and policy issues and tools. To request a group training for your organization or business, please complete the information request form