WHAT WE DO
We specialize in leadership development with an emphasis on servanthood, integrity and soft skills training.
Our Unique Approach
The Way To Success (TWTS) Curriculum
To produce dynamic leaders, we develop the whole person by cultivating servanthood, building integrity, and facilitating personal transformation.
WHO ARE WE?
A 501c3 educational non profit that currently offers leadership development programs in the USA and globally.
WHAT IS OUR VISION?
The positive transformation of the Global Community by developing “Servant Leaders of Integrity” and helping transform the lives of university students.
WHAT IS OUR MISSION?
We focus on effective servant leadership and transformational character development. We emphasize the fundamentals of servant-hood, integrity and leadership.
WHAT IS OUR CURRENT SCOPE AND IMPACT?
90,000 young leaders - 19,000 university students - 22 university partnerships
WHAT WE DO
CEO Global aims to see university students become highly employable, socially responsible, servant leaders of integrity by operating ‘The Way to Success’ (TWTS) program.
YOU CAN ESTABLISH THE WAY TO SUCCESS PROGRAM ON YOUR CAMPUS!
The TWTS program is designed to be easily implemented at your university. Contact CEO Global USA to discuss the possibilities of implementing this life transforming program at your school.
Adding value to others by serving with an attitude of unselfish concern.
Having a consistency of character that is demonstrated by an alignment of thoughts, words and actions.
Developing leaders who add value to their sphere of influence.
Grow your leadership skills under the mentorship of experienced
professionals and executives.
Since 2005, we have impacted over 90,000 young leaders.
More than 18,000 university students have completed our dynamic leadership program, The Way To Success.
We currently partner with 22 leading universities around the world to offer The Way To Success.
TWTS PROGRAMS ARE HAPPENING NOW AT
University of Arkansas, University of British Columbia, University of California Davis, University of Texas Dallas, and Southern Methodist University