CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™

The CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (6 Levels) credential certification is a unique and cutting edge management program for today’s CEOs, Business  Executives, Organization Leaders, Executive Directors, Senior Directors and Senior Managers who work in all companies and organizations across all industries and geographies; and are eager to achieve successful business, leadership, strategy, management and execution outcomes. The CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ program is aimed at the present and next generation of CEOS, Business Leaders, Executives, Directors, and Senior Managers working for dynamic global companies and Governmental agencies who need to broaden their horizons in the field and dimensions of management of firms and organization in the context of complex and rapidly/constantly changing business systems.

 

Registration, Payment & Schedule of Classes

STEP 1:

Download and complete your CEO-C Application and C-Suite Institute’s Affidavit of Identity forms and email by the given deadline below to: info@c-suiteinstitute.com

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NORTH AMERICA

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (LEVEL 6) CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (USA, CANADA, MEXICO)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (NORTH AMERICA):

Dates: 4 – 8 FEBRUARY 2019  | Starts: 9.00AM  Ends: 4.00PM (Eastern Standard Time in USA, Canada, Mexico) | Online with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $24,999 (USD) per Participant

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MIDDLE-EAST:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (LEVEL 6) CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION

 (MIDDLE-EAST: QATAR, OMAN, SAUDI ARABIA, KUWAIT, UAE (DUBAI)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (MIDDLE-EAST):

Dates: 10 – 13 FEBRUARY, 2019  (CLASSES ARE SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAYS) (DATES: TBA)

Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 4.00 PM (Local Time in MUSCAT, Oman) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 4.00 PM (Local Time in DUBAI, UAE) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in DOHA, Qatar ) |Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in RIYADH, Saudi Arabia) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in KUWAIT CITY, Kuwait) |Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $24,999 (USD) per Participant

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ASIA:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (LEVEL 6) CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (CHINA, JAPAN, SINGAPORE)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (ASIA):

Dates: 18 – 22 FEBRUARY, 2019   (Dates TBA)

Starts: 10.00 AM  Ends: 5.00 PM (Local Time in Shanghai, Beijing, CHINA) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 10.00 AM  Ends: 5.00 PM (Local Time in Singapore City, SINGAPORE) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $24,999 (USD) per Participant

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NORTH AMERICA:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (LEVEL 6) CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (USA, CANADA, MEXICO)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (NORTH AMERICA):

Dates: APRIL, 2019   (Dates TBA) | Starts: 9.00AM  Ends: 4.00PM (Eastern Standard Time in USA, Canada, Mexico) | Online with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $24,999 (USD) per Participant

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CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Introduction & Objectives

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ Credential Certification Program Objectives:

The CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ credential certification is a unique and cutting edge management program for CEOs, Business  Executives, Organization Leaders, Executive Directors, Senior Directors and Senior Managers who work in all companies and organizations across all industries and geographies; and are eager to achieve successful business, leadership, strategy, management and execution outcomes. The CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ program is aimed at the present and next generation of CEOS, Business Leaders, Executives, Directors, and Senior Managers working for dynamic global companies and Governmental agencies who need to broaden their horizons in the field and dimensions of management of firms and organization in the context of complex and rapidly/constantly changing business systems.

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ – Global Leading Certification For CEOs Has 5 Levels:

Level 1: CEOs managing companies with annual revenues over $1 Billion dollars

Level 2: CEOs managing companies with annual revenues between $500 and $999 million dollars

Level 3: CEOs managing companies with annual revenues between $100 and $499 million dollars

Level 4: CEOs managing companies with annual revenues between $50 and $99 million dollars

Level 5: CEOs managing companies with annual revenues between $1 and $49 million dollars

Level 6: CEOs managing companies with annual revenues less than $1 million dollars

9 REASONS TO CHOOSE THE C-SUITE INSTITUTE™ EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS

  1. All C-Suite Institute™ Executive education program modules utilize case studies to reinforce teaching, evoke independent analysis and research; and provoke deep thought and critical thinking among participants
  2. C-Suite Institute™’s Curriculum is Global Based & has International Perspective – Applicable across all major continents (Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, Americas)
  3. Applied & Practical Insights related to your industry and C-suite/Executive functions
  4. Renowned Faculty – Our Professors hold Advanced/Graduate/Post Graduate Degrees, and have worked in or currently work in Executive level positions
  5. Diverse Participant Mix from all geographies across the Globe
  6. Participants work across the top 50 Industries (Industries range from Aerospace to Information Technology (IT) to Finance & Banking to Oil & Gas to Energy to Utilities and numerous more)
  7. Participants attend from Fortune 500 & Global 2000 companies; Governments (local, state, Federal, National) from around the world; and International organizations and firms such as UN, World Bank, IMF, NASA, ICAO and numerous more
  8. Participants attend from Major World Governments in G-8, G20 & BRICS countries
  9. Participants attend from Major sports organizations such as FIFA and UEFA

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

The Role of CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™

The CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ leader provides effective, efficient, resilient and results-driven leadership and vision for the success of their organizations. Additionally, CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ leaders include laying out short-term and long-term goals, plans, strategies and vision for the continuous growth and expansion of their businesses, companies and organizations.

The Role Of The Chief Executive Officer (CEO): According to Wikipedia, a Chief executive officer (CEO) is the position of the most senior corporate officer, executive, leader or administrator in charge of managing an organization – especially an independent legal entity such as a company or nonprofit institution. CEOs lead a range of organizations, including public and private corporations, non-profit organizations and even some government organizations (e.g., Crown corporations). The CEO of a corporation or company typically reports to the board of directors and is charged with maximizing the value of the entity, which may include maximizing the share price, market share, revenues, or another element. In the non-profit and government sector, CEOs typically aim at achieving outcomes related to the organization’s mission, such as reducing poverty, increasing literacy, etc. Titles also often given to the holder of CEO position include president, chief executive (CE), executive manager (EM) managing director (MD) and representative director (RD) (in Japan).

A chief executive officer (CEO) is the highest-ranking executive in a company, and their primary responsibilities include making major corporate decisions, managing the overall operations and resources of a company, and acting as the main point of communication between the board of directors and corporate operations. A CEO often has a position on the board; in some cases, she or he is even the chair.

There are various other titles for CEOs including managing director, president, and executive.

The role of a CEO varies from one company to another depending on the company’s size and overall structure. In relatively small companies, the CEO often has a much more hands-on role in the company, making a lot of the business decisions, including lower-level ones, such as the hiring of staff. However, in larger companies, the CEO typically deals with only the higher-level company strategy and directing its overall growth, as most other tasks are delegated to other managers or various departments.

CEOs set the tone and the vision for their organization, and as a result, the CEOs of large corporations sometimes rise to levels of fame. For example, Mark Zuckerberg the CEO of Facebook Inc.(FB) is a household name. Similarly, Steve Jobs, founder, and CEO of Apple became so notorious for his role in the company that after his death in 2011, numerous films and documentaries were made about him.

Positions Related to CEO

The Difference Between CEO and Chairman of the Board

While the CEO directs the operational aspects of a company, the board oversees the company as a whole, and the leader of the board is called the chairman. The board has the power to overrule the CEO’s decisions, but the chairman of the board does not have the power to overrule the board. Instead, the chairman is considered a peer with the other members of the board. In some cases, the CEO and the chairman of the board can be the same person, but many companies split these roles between two people.

The Difference Between CEO and CFO

The term ‘CFO’ refers to the chief financial officer of a company. While CEOs take care of general operations, CFOs focus their attention on financial matters in particular. A CFO analyzes a company’s financial strengths and makes recommendations to improve it. The CFO also tracks cash flow and takes care of a company’s financial planning, such as investments and capital structures.

Why are COO and CEO Different Roles?

When it comes to executive-level positions within an organization, assigned titles and the roles associated with each can become muddled quickly. For small organizations or those that are still in the startup or growth phases, the chief executive officer (CEO) may also be serving as the chief financial officer (CFO) and the chief operating officer (COO), which leads to a lack of clarity and an overworked executive. Even though it may seem easier or more cost-effective to assign multiple titles to a single executive-level individual, this can wreak havoc on the continuity of the business and may ultimately negatively affect its long-term profitability. In short, the COO’s main responsibilities are to manage the company’s day-to-day operations, monitor the company’s metrics (such as production quotas) and set goals for the company.

How does a Change in CEO Impact Stock Price?

A change in stock price when a new CEO takes over a company can occur due to numerous factors, and many of these factors are based on the market perception of how capable the new CEO is of taking the company forward. Regardless of whether the change is planned or the result of unexpected circumstances, the way the stock performs partly reflects how the company manages the transition.
A change in CEO carries more downside risk than upside, and there is even more risk when the transition is unplanned. This is due to the possibility that the new CEO may shift corporate strategy for the worse. The management of the transition and the agenda set by the new CEO are important factors for investors to consider when investing in a stock undergoing a management change.

Investors tend to be more comfortable with new CEOs who are already familiar with the dynamics of the industry in which the company operates and the specific challenges the company may be facing.

Reputation is also an important factor, particularly as investors assess the CEO’s track record for creating shareholder value. This pedigree could be reflected in a number of areas, including an ability to grow market share, reduce costs or expand into new growth markets.
Despite initial investor concerns, there is no positive correlation between how the stock performs on the day the new CEO is announced and how it performs from that point forward.

What’s the Path to Becoming a CEO?

Education

While chief executives aren’t required to attend college, very few people make it to the top of the corporate ladder these days without some form of formal education. In fact, according to Forbes approximately 40% of S&P 500 CEOs have an MBA. So why is having a formal education so important? There is no simple answer to that question; however, completing university courses does provide one with exposure to a number of disciplines and causes a person to think, interact and share ideas with others, which are valuable experiences for a CEO to have. A degree from an Ivy League school or another top-tier institution is sometimes given even more credence because of the competitiveness that often accompanies such programs.

 

CEO Personality Traits

Having a degree from an elite school and an exceptional knowledge of the industry in which the company operates are excellent credentials to have. However, those qualities in and of themselves don’t guarantee that a person will make it to the top of the corporate ladder. Personality traits may also play a role in an individual’s ability to attain chief executive status.

Typically, CEOs are:
• Expert communicators, deal makers, and managers
• Extroverts who are eager to go out on the road and tell their company’s story
• Individuals who are able and willing to present a cohesive vision and strategy to employees
• Individuals who are decisive, adaptable and forward-looking.

Experience
Generally speaking, a person must have extensive experience in the company’s field to become CEO. A chief executive’s job is to provide vision and a course for the company to navigate, which is difficult to do without extensive experience and a working knowledge of the potential risks and opportunities that lie ahead for the enterprise.

Prior senior-level managerial experience is also generally a must. After all, how can an individual be expected to run a multimillion—or multibillion-dollar—company with hundreds or thousands of employees unless he or she has previous experience managing and/or overseeing other employees? A great example of someone who worked his way up the ranks is, again, Jack Welch. Welch joined General Electric in 1960 as an engineer and worked his way up to vice president and vice chairman before becoming CEO in 1981. By the time he got there, he knew the company and the landscape well. He had also previously held a high-level position.

Then there’s Andrea Jung, former CEO and Chairwoman of Avon Products (NYSE:AVP)—and the first woman to hold that title in the company’s history. Jung has a sizable amount of experience in retail. After graduating from Princeton, she worked for Bloomingdales, where she was part of the management trainee program. From there, she also worked at Neiman Marcus, another high-end retailer, where she served as executive vice president. When she finally came to Avon, she started as a consultant and then moved up to chief operating officer (COO) before finally landing the chief executive position.

Why are CEO Salaries So High?

In 2015, the highest paid CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi of Expedia, made $94.6 million, and as the pay gap between the average American worker and chief executive officers of public companies becomes larger, people are questioning why the salaries of CEOs are so astronomical. According to the AFL-CIO, a federation of labor organizations, for instance, the salary of a typical S&P 500 company CEO in 2015 was 335 times the salary of an average rank-and-file worker. In actual figures, average CEO package for the top 200 CEOs in 2015 was $19.3 million according to Equilar, an organization which researches executive compensation.

Certainly, there is a big disparity between CEO pay and the pay of other workers in corporate America, but is there any reason this disparity exists? Some companies believe that by awarding a big part of an executive’s compensation in the form of stock grants, they are providing an incentive for him or her to run the company well and personally benefit, as well as reward shareholders.

Another factor that companies cite for excessive pay is that some CEOs are indispensable and almost inextricable from the companies they lead. For instance, Steve Jobs will forever be linked to Apple, Inc. (AAPL) as the man who led the company as it introduced many of its major innovations and established it as a major force in the market. Thus, the name Jobs is synonymous with innovation.
Additionally, the pay of public company CEOs is normally set by a compensation committee formed of members of its board of directors who tend to be nominated for their directorship by company CEOs. Therefore, the members of these compensation committees tend to be the cronies of the CEOs whose pay they set. Naturally enough, they tend to go along with high CEO pay levels as they enjoy the benefits of their own director positions. Moreover, the use of peer groups to determine CEO pay has also been cited as a factor for burgeoning CEO pay.
CEO Perks

For the average worker, the term “benefits package” usually brings to mind cash compensation which may include salary, bonuses, and stock options. However, once one ascends to the executive ranks the packages change substantially.

Below are some of the perks CEOs typically enjoy:

Financial Counseling and Tax Preparation
Due to the complex nature of their compensation packages, chief executives are often provided with tax preparation services paid for by their employer. For example, Occidental Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: OXY) paid over $400,000 in 2008, for professional services to handle former CEO Ray Irani’s financial issues.

Security
Many firms recognize that their CEOs need protection, which may come in the form of personal security details and home security monitoring services. That said, the overall trend in spending on CEO security has been declining in recent years.

Office Space
The executive suite often comes with the freedom to select executive décor, and the company foots the bill for each executive’s fancy furniture. Former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain made headlines in 2008 for adorning his office with more than $1 million worth of pricey furnishings.

Cars and Drivers
Despite the media attention paid to corporate jet travel, many CEOs are provided with ground transportation perks including company cars, privileged parking and/or a car and driver.

Corporate Aircraft
Since the global recession CEOs’ exuberant spending on air travel has been highly criticized; however, top CEOs still expense their airfare costs. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan made headlines in 2013 for spending just under a million dollars ($448,251) on aircraft costs.

Country Club Fee Reimbursement
Overall, instances of this long-standing perk appear to be dwindling. However, some companies still foot the bill for such social and leisurely activities. One commonly provided excuse for footing country club fees is that consorting with fellow executives can help build business and new business relationships. In 2008, Mattel Inc.(Nasdaq: MAT) paid an estimated $150,000 initiation fee for CEO Robert Eckert.

Gifts for the Road
By way of retirement benefits and pensions, some CEOs manage to collect bigger paychecks after their jobs are done. In 2009, Former Cigna CEO Edward Hanway departed the company with a retirement package reportedly worth over $110 million. Jack Welch, formerly of General Electric (NYSE: GE), made headlines due to the retirement package he negotiated before leaving the company. Welch left GE with a plan paying $8 million per year and maintained access to all of the perks on this list except country club fees.
Welch eventually relinquished the bulk of the perks after details were revealed and met with considerable criticism.
Special treatment and privileges are often reserved for high-level employees and members of any organization/ While public disdain may have caused some companies to scale back executive compensation in recent years, CEO perks remain in a class of their own.

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CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Requirements

CEO-C™ CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS PROCESS:

ADMISSIONS:

Admission is very selective and based on your professional level, achievement and organizational responsibility. No formal educational requirements apply, however most applicants have completed studies at the Bachelors or Masters or Doctorate levels and have backgrounds in Business, Engineering, Management, Finance, Computer Science, Human Resources, Information Management, Information Technology, Economics, Applied Sciences

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CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

CEO-C™ CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CERTIFICATION CURRICULUM & MODULES:

CEO-C™ CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER™ CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

The CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ credential certification consists of 4 modules delivered over five days

MODULE 1: FOUNDATIONAL

 (a) Executive Leadership, (b) Executive Strategy & Policy, (c) Executive Decision Making, (d) Executive Oversight, (e) Executive Transparency (f) Executive Accountability, (g) Executive Planning & Execution, (h) Executive Accounting, Finance & Budgeting, (i) Executive Project Management & Project Control Strategy & Planning, (j) Executive Problem Solving, (k) Entrepreneurship (l) Health & Human Performance

MODULE 2:

(a) Leading & Managing People, (b) Leading & Managing Change, (c) Leading & Managing Goals & Priorities, (d) Leading & Managing Communications, (e) Leading & Managing Culture & Cultural Dynamics, (f) Leading & Managing Negotiations (g) Leading & Managing Organizational Politics (h) Leading & Managing Innovation & Technology (i) Leading & Managing Customers & Suppliers (j) Leading & Managing Competitive Advantage, (k) Leading & Managing Risks & Uncertainty (l) Leading & Managing Quality (j) Leading & Managing Crisis (m) Leading & Managing Conflicts (n) Managing & Controlling Waste, Fraud, Abuse, Neglect & Negligence (o) Implementing Management Controls & Use of Efficient and Effective Control Processes (p) Leading & Managing Claims & Disputes (q) Developing, Training, & Retaining Talent & High Performance teams

MODULE 3: FUNCTIONAL SPECIALIZATION/EXPERTISE

Advanced CEO Topics

MODULE 4: APPLIED/PRACTICALS

All CEO-C™s will complete the following:

  • Develop ‘My CEO-C Mission, Vision &  Goals Strategy™’
  • Develop ‘My CEO-C Strategy & Execution Scorecard™’
  • Develop ‘My CEO-C Strategy & Execution Action Plan™’
  • Develop ‘My CEO-C Strategy & Execution Play Book™’

To fulfill the CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ credential certification requirements, all participants must attend and complete all Modules 1, 2, 3 & 4 over five days. There are no examinations given. The CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ program is given in the English language only

 

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Who Should Apply

Join a group of world-class business leaders from diverse, international organizations. Each and every CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ participant and individual brings their own unique experiences, culture and leadership style to the Program. Each CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ participant is driven by a shared desire, determined drive and innate passion to lead their business enterprise or organization to greater heights of excellence and success.

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ program participants have an average of 15 years of general management experience.

Typical roles include:

  • CEOs and C-suite executives
  • Executive Directors and Directors
  • General managers
  • Owners and entrepreneurs
  • Regional directors or country managers
  • Heads of a major business units or functions
  • Heads of Governmental agencies
  • Heads of international organizations and agencies

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (Level 1) is the leading certification globally for CEOs managing companies with annual revenues over One Billion dollars. Examples of such companies are the Fortune 500 companies: Walmart, Exxon Mobil, Amazon, Microsoft. Apple and numerous more

 

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (Level 2) is the leading certification globally for CEOs managing companies with annual revenues between $500 million to $999 million dollars. 

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (Level 3) is the leading certification globally for CEOs managing companies with annual revenues between $100 million to $499 million dollars. 

 

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (Level 4) is the leading certification globally for CEOs managing companies with annual revenues between $50 million to $99 million dollars. 

 

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (Level 5) is the leading certification globally for CEOs managing companies with annual revenues between $1 million to $49 million dollars. 

 

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ (Level 6) is the leading certification globally for CEOs managing companies with annual revenues less than $1 million. 

 

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

 

TRADEMARKS:

CEO-C™ Chief Executive Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of The C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

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