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Exness sends 20 department heads to Stanford Graduate School of Business

Earlier this year, multi-asset broker Exness launched the Middle Management Excellence Program (MMEP), with the purpose of boosting its department heads' expertise in strategy, organisational design, innovation, and overall management skills. At the core of this programme was a collaboration with Stanford Graduate School of Business.

In July, 20 HoDs from Exness traveled to participate in faculty-led sessions at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. During the sessions, they had the opportunity to learn from world-class experts and acclaimed authors in key fields such as leadership, self-coaching, tackling change, analysing complex data, and decision making, as well as the role of trust and humility in an organisation.

Launched in April 2023, the programme was designed to provide a combination of self-paced modules, live online sessions, in-person sessions and a closing ceremony at Stanford Graduate School of Business. It set out to enable Exness' middle management to apply innovation and design thinking in process improvements in their own functions. At large, it aimed at empowering Exness to shape the future of organisational structure and culture to ensure both continuity and growth.

The programme was divided into 3 courses: Strategic Leadership, Designing Organisations for a Culture of Innovation, and Leading Effective Teams. It spanned four months, from April until July 2023.

"The MMEP was designed to guide our collaborative group of change managers to lead Exness based on their functional expertise and strategic oversight" Elena Krutova, Exness Chief Administrative Officer, stated.

"Its purpose transcends their own responsibilities; their newly-acquired skills and knowledge will help the entire organisation in terms of productivity, idea generation and product development. We also expect to see an improvement in communication between employees, teams, and divisions, but, most importantly, in the management and motivation of teams. Having spoken with our MMEP graduates, I have learned that the four months spanning the programme were incredibly insightful and valuable to their development and I cannot wait to see them implementing what they have learned," Krutova concluded.

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