Eskil provides blended learning & development to boardrooms – our programs are specifically for Chairs, CEOs, Managing Directors and other Executive Directors as well as Non Executive Directors. Our diarised workshops are run in over 80 different locations.
Eskil designs builds & deploys focused 1:1 learning to members of the Boardroom and Senior Leadership Team anywhere in the world – addressing specific issues through facilitated dialog, learning, psychology, behaviour and mentoring.
Eskil’s commitment to building future boards includes the Step Up program – working with people outside of the boardroom and preparing them to move up to the next level. Our diarised workshops are run in over 80 different locations.
An international network of facilitators and trainers, focused on building boardroom capability at a board- and individual-level.
We had the pleasure of working with Eskil to further develop our framework for Corporate Social Responsibility. Eskil demonstrates impressive knowledge in this field and they are very skilled in transferring this in a practical way to our business needs. I can strongly recommend Eskil.
The B2B sales workshop was really good. The venue was easy to get to and the facilitators really knew what they were on about. I liked how simple they made the process for us and some of their ideas were like a breath of fresh air.
We are a growing realtor in the region and this has given us some growing pains. There’s a lot of change and a lot of conflict. The fact that you guys took the time out to explain how emotional intelligence can be applied specifically to our issues was of enormous value.
I am a junior strategist and needed to build my understanding of corporate strategy. My manager recommended Eskil to me as they delivered workshops in Arabic as well as English. I learnt a lot on the workshop and was able to demonstrate my new knowledge to my manager on my return.
This was the best and most cost-effective way I have ever seen for building CSR commitment for an organization. The facilitators understood the UN Global Compact, helped us to outline a better vision for our enterprise, explained a quadruple bottom line and even helped us lay out an implementation plan with reference to what can cause CSR to fail.
The assessments and the 1:1 feedback session on psychology and behaviour were very impressive and the leadership pathway discussion has given me some thoughts on how to engage my Executive Coach.