The International Leadership Institute was established in 1985, with the specific goal of helping people develop their potential as leaders in business. This goal led to the creation of the Executive Education Programs for Czech Business Leaders, a joint venture with the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade, which ran in the USA from 1991 to 1996.
ILI President and CEO Jaroslav Tusek combined his experience of running leadership development programs for the American Management Association, with his years of helping people find meaningful careers at the Career Group in New York City and New York Institute of Technology, to develop unique programs that went beyond traditional executive education programs.
Jarda's personal experience of living, studying and working in seven countries enabled him to see the constant interplay between an individual's leadership and career development, and the needs of the bigger world around him.
From this perspective, Jarda designed the EEP-CBL (Executive Education Programs for Czechoslovak Business Leaders) executive education programs that challenged participants to gain a better understanding of international economics, reexamine their own careers in light of needed leadership qualities and skills, set ambitious new goals for themselves, and make concrete plans for putting those goals into action.
The Institute has continued to develop programs (AELI, Travel-and-Learn, 21st Century Jobs, Essential Prague), publications (ILI Publications) and services (MRP) that help people pinpoint, develop and use the most-needed leadership skills in the ever-shrinking global community.
At Vitkovice in the Czech Republic
Travel-and-Learn in the American West
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