4.75 (35 reviews)
☑ The importance of cultural diversity
☑ The importance of age diversity
☑ Working in a multi-generational office
☑ The Skeldon approach
☑ Dressing gown theory
☑ Artificial Intelligence and Generation Alpha
☑ How to motivate Baby Boomers AND Millennials
☑ Industrial Organisational Strategy
☑ Leadership in India
Notice: Please do NOT enrol on this course on impulse, thinking you might watch it later. Maybe show an interest on impulse, yes, but before you enrol, watch the Preview videos, read the Course Description and then make a decision. If you then enrol then please start the course as soon as possible. Watch the lectures, look at the workbooks and join in the discussions. Joining my courses is a serious business and I want you to get the most out of your study – but I also want you to enjoy the course.
That is why I am asking that you only enrol because you really want to and that you start the course intending to make full use of all the resources.
You will be very welcome.
New lecture added 6th April 2020: Leadership Research. This lecture includes extensive homework.
WORKBOOK ADDED APRIL 2020: Leadership in India
WORKBOOK ADDED 29 July 2020: Industrial Organisational Strategy
This course is split into three sections:
Generations in workplace
8 things to know Millennials
The Skeldon approach
Dressing Gown theory
Managing Baby Boomers
Managing a multi-generational workplace
The emphasis throughout in giving practical examples and the setting of research topics. You - the students from 166 countries - know far more than I do about your own culture, your own skills and your own workplace environments. I bring to the course my academic and work-based background, (too many) years of experience and a willingness to listen.
Many many lectures about the generations - interspersed with clips from films which I had the privilege of acting in - and some exercises/questions for you to answer.
Dressing gown theory
So, some new(ish) and some old.
But all relevant.
The Oxford Diploma
Millennials - pt 1
Millennials - pt 2
Generation Z - pt 1
Generation Z - pt 2
The Work Environment - pt 1
The Work Environment - pt 2
Generation Z (Return)
Selling to - pt 1
Selling to - pt 2
Eight things to learn about Millennials - pt 1
Eight things to learn about Millennials - pt 2
Millennials - what does that mean for you?
Why Generation Alphas matter
AI and Generation Alpha
Generation Alpha and Ageing Parents
Cultural Diversity - the Benefits (including Skeldon Approach)
Dressing Gown Theory
Cultural Diversity - the Conclusion
Postscripts - and a Challenge
Postscript - part 1
Postscript - part 2
Postscript - part 3
Postscript 2: Multigenerational - pt 1
Postscript 2: Multigenerational - 2
Postscript 2: Multigenerational - pt 3
The Challenge - pt 1
The Challenge - pt 2
love detailed oriented people, and this instructor not only has a vision, he takes the best time to explain himself and his method
So far i am finding the course interesting, relatable and insightful. My primary interest is understanding human behaviour and helping others be better versions of themselves...grow, develop, be more! I am hoping that this course helps me in some way, no matter how small, to be a better leader.
I have been a Leadership Researcher & Coach/Facilitator, having served as a Counselor and Deputy Director in the Confederation of Indian Industry's Suresh Neotia Centre of Excellence for Leadership. I signed up for this course because of the Instructor's depth - in instructional approach, honesty, and subject matter expertise - not to mention that the Diploma comes at a genuine extra cost - of no extra monies payable but sincere, back-breaking work. I have just started studying, and finding the content, design and challenges built into the course extremely inviting, an would recommend anyone serious to learn these subjects as well as wishing to acquire a legitimate qualification to dump all courses and take this one. Of course, there I opine apropos my personal background and interests. On a more general note - very pleased. A very, very cogent approach to acquisition of skills and transfer of learning. Great work.
This is my first course with Udemy and tutor Chris. I must say I have become a fan of his work. I am a teacher myself and I know the difference between a good content and a great content. This course has great content. It shows the efforts the tutor has put into to make it more holistic than specific. The course content emphasis on research. There are workbooks, articles and videos along with tasks and homework with it. Everything goes with the flow. The course starts on an easy tone but becomes tougher towards the end. You will come to realise that this course is tough thats why meaningful. Take up this course only if you are serious about Diversity, inclusion and leadership. If you do take up be ready to see the changes in you and your mindset towards the end. I Thank Chris for taking time and creating such wonderful content for this course. I appreciate it and proud to have known him and his work through this course
SIr Chris Bankes! I am pretty sure to say that it is going to be a plethora of knowledge resources i am going to experience! I am not feeling this interaction with you is virtual but for real!! S.Lingeswara Prasad. MBA- Finance, M.Sc. C.S. (M.A. Psychology Major)., India. ✉email@example.com L&D Trainer In: IT, Strategic Management, Six Sigma,Tally ERP, Inventory, Personality Development, Aptitude, Campus Drives, Verbal Reasoning, Communication & Soft Skills.,
Great speaker, Although it is a video, Chris tried to connect with the audience and he manage to capture all the attention. Great course. It would be nice to see more examples.
Happy to know that the speaker is a person with so many experience and skillful. Thanks Professor! I learn so much in every section on this course. This is very recommended to be take
To be fair, I have only just started the course (6%) so treat this review with care! The subject matter is clear and relevant. There are topics raised in the Q/A sections. The Captions are clear. Plenty of resources. A good start UPDATE Have now finished Generation X and Baby Boomers. A lot of this resonates. Very clear and very well structured. UPDATE Have now finished Millennials and only just noticed the questions in the Q/A section. I've answered BUT it doesn't seem like anyone else is joining in.
The Skeldon approach is a completely new thing for me and is something very interesting. Thank you for this insight!