The Executive Education Program was created to foster cooperation between the private and public sector for national development goals.
The program promotes leadership and governance through modules that orient public officials and politicians in the fundamental elements of leadership.
Executive Education Programs continue to uphold the Ateneo tradition in academic excellence in relation to providing Christ-like services for others. It also offers short and focused training programs that help provide methods and strategies to concretize ethical governance and sustainable development.
The program trains political leaders, civil servants and corporate managers to conceptualize, develop, and manage programs relevant and responsive to the social, economic and political needs of Filipinos. Significantly, the program offers a 'leadership sanctuary', where reform-oriented and value-driven public officials can meet, support and sustain one another.
The Ateneo School of Government is accredited by the Civil Service Commission to conduct training and seminars particularly for government sectors.
Areas of Expertise and Intervention
This aims to strengthen practitioners’ leadership potential enabling them to achieve results and find solutions to adaptive challenges and issues in the organization, providing practitioners an avenue to rethink leadership in a changing economic and highly volatile socio-political milieu.
Policymakers and leaders will be trained to carefully understand the what, why, and how of pursuing courses of action to address social phenomena. This covers the different components of policy analysis, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and features an evidence-based policy framework in understanding policy needs and requirements for effective decision making.
This aims to strengthen the competencies of practitioners in developing and designing reform-oriented and sustainability-driven projects in their organizations. Tackling basic concepts in project feasibility analysis including project prioritization and design, organizational and management study, market and financial analysis, and environmental impact study, will provide effective strategies in project management for achieving results and outcomes.
This area covers the economics of climate change and the different policy tools needed to build an economy that follows a low-carbon path and is resilient to climate risks. It will help practitioners develop knowledge, skills, and tools that can be integrated into climate change planning and policy formulation processes. It is intended that practitioners will deepen their understanding of the country’s vulnerability to climate change, particularly in the areas of environment, public and social welfare, security, poverty, and development.
This aims to empower participants in formulating laws and ordinances and in managing their local government as well as national offices, by providing innovative solutions to address legislation requirements for effective policy decisions.
This provides practitioners with the basic principles of, operational features of, and critical issues arising from the Local Government Code. Administered by former elected local officials, it provides participants with practical and experiential knowledge about the management and operations of LGUs, while highlighting the dual role of LGUs as agents of change and arenas for reform.
This introduces participants to the dynamics of social accountability as an approach to good governance. It examines contextual factors that are critical in shaping social accountability interactions and offers a flexible and analytical framework to guide practitioners in their stance against corruption in the public sector.
This provides public sector organizations with the interventions and technical assistance needed in transforming and leveling up the structures and processes relevant to human resource and organizational development such as recruitment, learning and capacity development, performance management, rewards and recognition, and other special topics.