4.25 (24 reviews)
☑ Delegate effectively
☑ Develop own skills
☑ Identify creativity you never knew you had
☑ Save time
☑ Become more effective
☑ How to establish a happy environment - within yourself and outside
It may seem that this 4.5 hours course is rather short...but that would be misleading because:
This is a short course...and yet it is not as you revisit as you change
Ten short lessons...you become a better leader.
It seems strange and yet both the statements are true - but only if you choose to make it so.
There are ONLY ten lectures: true. But they are ONLY short if you watch them once and do nothing. These lectures are made to watch time and time again because each lecture contains exercises you are to respond to, areas to investigate, key points to learn, articles.
Uniquely among leadership courses you are given prompts and then asked to imagine the prompt is the only ...prompt that you have to base a lecture on.
What does it tell you?
How can you use it to deliver a speech?
You then post in the Q/A.
Don't worry if no ideas come to mind - they will be suggested.
In another aspect of the lecture you will be given a list of leadership qualities - and then 'tested' to see if you remember them!
Layer upon layer - that's why these short lectures need to be watched, absorbed and acted on - repeatedly.
Leadership is not 'learnt' by academic study but by application - and that is what this course does: urges you to apply.
This course includes:
Oxford Diploma (short course)
The main section
Thank you instructor Chris Sivewright for this insightful course on leadership in business management. I have learned a lot from this course: - What makes a leader a leader - How to develop and/or improve leadership skills - How leaders create a vision for teams - How leaders motivate, manage and develop individuals and teams - How leaders influence the company and employees I recommend this course to anyone interested in leadership, especially if you are interested in business management or is currently managing a team. Edit: Participate in the tasks and assignments (that's where you learn the most!). The course may take more than 20 hours to complete*
Short refresher of leadership. Good review for experienced leaders and good primer for first-time leaders. Great ideas for leadership instructors. There are visual prompts for each lesson that are actually a great left-brain/right-brain exercise...a daily mental floss and these prompts should feel like mental floss.