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☑ Innovate, execute on good ideas, and diffusing the ideas throughout the organization
☑ Unlock more strategic information and find better ways of working together
☑ Succeed in a world where smart, orchestrated networks and tiny firms that do not need much capital to compete with larger organizations
☑ Make their organizations more agile, responsive, and creative
This course is used at top companies like Amazon®, Unilever®, Walmart®, Nissan®, and Citibank®.
Course Version 7.2 | Updated November 2020
5/5 Stars: "I thoroughly enjoyed the practicality of this course. Theory is great but it's implementation of theory that makes a difference in the workplace. Great assignments and awesome interviews. I have recommended this course to my network and am sure you will too once you have comepleted this course. Great work Davis and team." - Justin Underhill
5/5 Stars: "The entire course was very detailed in each module. It was definitely not for a beginner. I am pretty sure the senior manager or the mid-level manager will appreciate this course. Illustration helped a lot too. I truly enjoyed the course." - Yoshika Okamura
Similar to MIT’s Advanced Management Program (which runs a whopping $65,000!), and available here for a tiny fraction of the cost. By taking this course, you can develop a higher level of leadership and management skills to help you reach your fullest potential and deliver extraordinary value to your team, your organization, and the communities you serve.
Advanced Management Training for Business Leaders
Take the next step in your career! Whether you’re an up-and-coming professional, a savvy entrepreneur, or an experienced executive, this remarkable course is a tremendous opportunity to deepen your leadership and management abilities, increase your personal achievement, and make a positive and lasting impact on the people around you.
With this course as your guide, you learn how to:
Transform your leadership style for the current business climate
Discover powerful solutions for common management challenges
Communicate and persuade effectively in the age of digital
Create a win-win negotiation that promote a long-term relationship
Maximize your personal productivity and handle time constraints
Understand management issues from a macroeconomic perspective
Invest in yourself today and reap the benefits for years to come
The Newest Frameworks for Leadership and Management
Engaging video lectures, expert interviews, and interactive exercises. This course is based on cutting-edge research from Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and other top-flight institutions. You’ll gain powerful leadership insights and develop must-have management capacities. The result? You can reach your career goals and become a more effective change agent moving forward.
BONUS! In this Advanced Leadership Course, you’ll get insightful interviews with Brian Burwell, the leader of one of the world’s premier management consulting firms. Brian has performed consulting engagements with Fortune 100 companies from all over the world, and helps you contextualize each course lecture with his 35+ years of real-world experience.
Better Team Building, Communication, Negotiation, and More
This course features highly informative and beautifully designed lectures, little-known secrets from superstars of leadership and management, and interactive exercises to make these career-changing concepts come to life. The course itself is divided into three sections:
In the early sections of the course, you’ll discover how to handle the most common management challenges, how to lead high-performing teams across different situations, and how to communicate effectively in the current era. Today’s business leaders must communicate in person and through digital mediums. You’ll learn about delivering effective messages through multiple channels using communication models like the ELM, Minto Pyramid, and more.
In the middle sections of the course, you’ll learn how to improve your negotiation skills and increase your personal productivity. With negotiation, you’re likely to face complex scenarios during your career. You’ll develop go-to strategies for thinking “win-win” and claiming value from every high-stake negotiation. You’ll also learn how to use tools like the BATNA and Eazl’s negotiation preparation tools. From a productivity standpoint, you’ll learn to be dramatically more efficient and to work successfully with the many claims on your time and energy.
In the final sections of the course, you’ll develop the ability to look at key management issues from a macroeconomic perspective. This will allow you to anticipate macroeconomic events and important changes in government policies. Last but not least, you’ll develop your own leadership style by creating leadership guideposts and then building your own tools – ones that you can use to understand your own people and work better with your own teams.
Since giving you the most possible value is so important to us, Eazl is offering this course with our 30-day guarantee. If you’re not totally wowed by the content, feel free to ask for a refund. We will give you one immediately, no questions asked. Sound good?
Who is the target audience?
New managers looking to transition successfully from a production to a management role
Existing managers looking to get more engagement and innovation from their teams and organizations
Entrepreneurs who need to use "soft power" to motivate people to achieve exceptional outcomes with limited resources
Course Version Release Notes:
What's new in version version 1.1?
Added welcome video to pose key questions and introduce key learning outcomes
What's new in version 2.0?
Lucky you! If you enrolled prior to June 2015, you've just been upgraded to masterclass! Over the summer of 2015, entire sections on macroeconomics for managers, negotiation, personal productivity, communication strategies, and teambuilding will be rolled out! Stay tuned!
All new intros are now included to support the conversion to a masterclass.
Woohoo! The section on macroeconomics for managers is live.
What's new in version 2.1?
Rock on! There's a great new section on negotiation for you!
What's new in version 2.2?
Woohoo! There's an awesome new section of modules on personal productivity!
What's new in version 2.3?
Check out the new section on persuasive, internal, and visual communication strategies for managers!
What's new in version 3.0? We're proud to launch a fully upgraded version of the course! In version 3.0, you now have:
A brand new section that provides detailed recipes for handling common management challenges. This section includes a guide to candidate interviewing and an entire additional set of modules.
We've now added contextual interviews with Brian Burwell, one of the world's business leaders. Though we can't tell you the name of the company Brian leads, you can certainly look it up on the web. Brian has led multimillion dollar management consulting engagements for some of the world's largest and most sophisticated firms (Fortune 100 companies) and you're very lucky to see and hear his perspective on the topics covered in each section of the course.
The content has been reordered, old introductions have been removed, and other changes have been made to upgrade your learning experience. Enjoy!
What's new in version 3.1?
Woohoo! Brand new section intros to make your learning experience even better!
What's new in Version 4?
In version 4.0, you'll have access to a first-of-it's-kind interactive business simulation that mixes video, data, and reactions to the decisions you make based on the concepts studied in the course. Stay tuned!
What's new in version 5?
You asked and we delivered! We've now optimized this learning experience for you to receive your advanced management certificate when you complete 100% of the course. This feature has been popular with members of Eazl's growth marketing community because it enables you to use your time and energy taking this course to earn a verifiable certificate created, hosted, and issued by Eazl.
The course now includes brand new footage at the beginning of each section that deliver the key concepts that you'll build in the section. Overall in the 5.0 upgrade, we have embraced the sophisticated management science research that drives this learning experience. In order to make that research meaningful, you need to be comfortable with relatively advanced concepts relating to negotiation, communication, etc. so we've made that a bigger part of the new lectures.
A cloud-based study guide now accompanies version 5 of the course. This should make your learning experience more interactive and seamless if you're using a mobile device.
What's new in version 6? (Published November 3, 2018)
Our students asked for more opportunities to apply their learning, so we have used Udemy's new Assignments feature to build case-study exercises for each topic area of the course. For example, in the practical management topic area, you'll have a chance to manage the expectations of one of the high-performing members of your team. In the negotiation section, you'll read the case of the botched Time-Warner / CBS negotiations and have a chance to apply your learnings to what went wrong with this failed round of negotiations. Each assignment includes readings from world-class business journals and/or peer-reviewed management science-related academic journals, an animated case study, and possible solutions to the questions you're invited to answer. We hope you enjoy the big update!
What's new in version 7? (Published November 1, 2019)
You asked and we delivered! This year, we've added full, professionally-developed captions to the course. These captions should help you better-retain the management science concepts you're learning in the course, and, if you speak English as a second language, improve your English language skills and build your vocabulary. We hope you enjoy version 7!
What's new in version 7.1? (Published April 13, 2020)
We've updated links to many of the external resources associated with your learning experience. If you find any dead links, send us a message!
What's new in version 7.2? (Published November 1, 2020)
You spoke and we listened! Your expert interviews in this course have been completely re-made and re-imagined. Many of you suggested that more concise, takeaway-driven interview editing would keep your learning experience more engaging. So, all of the expert interviews you'll find in the course are now presented in the "Fantastic Four Takeaways" approach; four of the biggest takeaways from the interview. This should keep your learning experience exciting. You can also now dive into any of these expert interviews deeper, if you like. The full version of all of your expert interviews are now available on the Eazl YouTube channel.
Your course experience will now be much more streamlined. As a part of re-imagining how you experience interviews, the overall length of your learning experience (in terms of minutes / hours watched) will now decrease substantially. Whereas the course was ~8 hours in previous incarnations, now the course is ~4.5 hours long.
The section introductions have been re-created so that now, when you learn a new concept (like "Integrative Bargaining"), a complementary animation or piece of footage exists alongside the delivery of that concept. This should enable you to learn more quickly, and retain more of what you learn.
The Interactive Business Simulation Game (Use When You’re Ready)
Part 1: Introducing the Business Simulation and Your First Decision
Part 1: Choose Your Leadership Style
Part 2: Negotiating with Players in Your Market
Revealing the Results from the Simulation Game
Practical Solutions for Your Common Management Challenges
Is management about creating value through other people?
How to Perform Meaningful Interviews with Potential Hires
How to Manage High Potential People
Three Trust-Building Communication Strategies
Quality Feedback and Coaching the Growth Mindset
Action Learning: Shifting to a Growth Mindset
Getting to Ambivalence: Personal Conflicts at Work
Persuading and Communicating to a Connected World
Why aren't people getting what I'm saying?
The CSA Persuasion Planning System
Action Learning: Work with the CSA Persuasion Planning System
How to Develop a Persuasive Message
The Fiedler Model and Your Internal Communication Style
4 Core Lessons in Visual Communication
Action Learning: See Effective Communication that’s 100% Emotion, 0% Content
Visual Communication Mini Quiz
How to Deliver Better Online and Offline Presentations
[Optional] EazlLive: The Persuasion Planning and Argument Design Event
Negotiation Training: You're Always Negotiating
Does negotiating have to be competitive?
Integrative Bargaining: Learning to Make a Bigger Pie
How to Prepare for High-stakes Negotiations
Action Learning: Tour the Negotiation Preparation Worksheet
The Psychological Factors that Impact Negotiations
5 Ways to Be Better at the Table and Close Deals
Cross-cultural Negotiations and Hofstede’s 6 Dimensions
EazlView: Hymie Bielsky, Former CEO of Safety-Kleen Europe
EazlView: Ian Butcher, Partner at MWM Consulting in London
SideBYSide: Exploring Surface and Deeper Cultural Preferences
Negotiation Training Learning Review
Time Management Training: Maximizing Your Personal Productivity
What's the most valuable thing happening right now?
Bandwidth Allocation in Theory and Practice
Organize Your Energy with the Ultimate Productivity Recipe
Smart Maker Bursts and Affective Value
Manager Activities, IT, and Value Creation
The Minto Pyramid and Quality Information Flow
How to Organize Your Communication with the Minto Pyramid
Key Personal Productivity Concepts
Exclusive Productivity Interviews + SideBYSide Tutorials
EazlView: Paul Klipp on the Ultimate Productivity Recipe
SideBYSide: Paul Klipp's Recipe in Action
EazlView: Jonathan Levi on Choosing the Right Opportunities
EazlView: Jenise Harmon on the Power of Saying No
SideBYSide: Let's Curate Elon Musk's Information Feed
Economic Training: Frameworks for Understanding Global Issues
Where do business and government meet?
How GDP Works and Why it Matters
ActionLearning: Use Google Public Data to Compare GDP Trends
How Governments Manage their Economies
How Specialization and Trade Create Wealth
Labor Arbitrage and the Economics of Offshoring
Environmental Limits, Risk, and Innovation
Interpreting Macroeconomic Signals and Using Decision-making Frameworks
Exclusive Interviews with Macroeconomists and Research Tutorials
[The Nature of Financial Crises] Mish Shedlock, Economist and Blogger
[Cooperative Economics] Charles Hugh Smith, Economist, Author, and Blogger
SideBYSide: The User-friendly Public Data Resource
SideBYSide: Advanced Economic Data Sourcing Techniques
Access to Eazl's Library of Macroeconomic Databases
Aligning Your Team for Extreme Performance
Should your leadership style be adapted to the situation?
Cultivating Your Leadership Style with 4 Guideposts
Sensemaking: How to Generate Insights in a Team Setting
The MBTI Framework: How to Appreciate Different Personality Types
The MBTI and Unique Personality Traits
How to Have Effective Interpersonal Exchanges
Cultivating an Effective Interpersonal Communication Style
5 Steps to Creating a Compelling Vision
Building X-Teams for Extreme Performance
Finding Innovations, Executing, and Diffusing Through the Organization
Certificate Track Leadership Interviews
Certificate Track: Matt Moeller, CTO of Crunchyroll on Technical Leadership
Certificate Track: Tim Haitaian, CEO of Redshelf on Startup Leadership
Certificate Track: Dave Johnson, COO at AUMA on Corporate Leadership
Certificate Track: Lomesh Shah, CEO of Nonprofiteasy on Non-profit Leadership
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This really gave me a lot to think about as a manager in my field and as a colleague on a dynamic team. It was a real good eye opener; very informative.
Well. I’ve just started and as the time passes, I’ll be be more satisfied with my choice and eventually I’ll be giving a star
The course was an eye opener and very informative indeed. It has enhance my understanding in Management skills
This training module is awesome and it has lots of information to learn. This actually filled my gaps ! I have learned a lot with this module. Thanks for your efforts E-azl it has fantastic materials to use. Keep up the good work. I really appreciate your teaching pattern with your crispy voice. It is so clear understandable and to the point. I highly recommend this module to my friends and colleagues.
Really comprehensive. I enjoyed the resources provided and they will help me in the future as well. The videos varied in ways of making and kept me there, curious, looking forward to what is next.
Very interesting and good course. I liked the interviews with managers and the way they shared their experience. I like the list of resources and the links to different articles. But the best thing I liked were the assignments. If there would have been more assignments focused on more topics, I would have rated with 5 stars/
This course opened up my eyes and offered great insight into what it means to be a Manager. I can't wait to implement the tips and strategies I've learned.
I'm punching above my weight with this I can tell, but the language is quite decipherable and I think the result will be worth the challenge.
unable to access the resources, the url is not trusted and its therefore blocked bit.ly/eazlcasestudy I am unable to participate
I have been in management a long time now and this was good. I would have like to have seen more assignments and for Davis' "script" to be more precise, but it was a really solid course.
The course was really good and very informative and helped me a lot understanding the management decision making.
Thank you very much David, I throughly enjoyed the course, I would have liked a bit more on leadership values, but the interviews were great and informative..
Yes, I can now boast of task and relations in the area of communication. Dealing with peoples or enployees, you will experience sensors and thinkers. You must also know the source of data of your subordinates in order to help them with contri ution
It a very useful and practical course that guides you through the different elements of management. I am 50% through and find it enaging and enjoyable.
Good Course! covered lot of interesting topics and some of the eminent speakers came and gave the better way of doing things Vijay