Teaching new faculty and staff how to handle Executive MBA students can be an interesting challenge. Even skilled and experienced educators may not be prepared to translate what has worked well for them with other student groups to the EMBA world.
It is generally well established that case teaching can be an effective way to teach Executive level students (Barnes, et. al. 2001). They engage in active learning, and often can bring their experiences to bear on issues in a case that others did not see.
Gropper, Daniel M.
"Training New Executive MBA Faculty and Staff: A Case Approach,"
Journal of Executive Education: Vol. 3
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/jee/vol3/iss1/3