General Adaptive Leadership Certificate

This program is focused heavily on hands-on learning, on the practical applications of the latest research in leadership, psychology in business and offers executives the best educational methodologies to stimulate analytical and creative abilities for success at work and life.

Within their cohorts, students explore essential leadership concepts with other talented practitioners, and will work together to solve business cases and organizational problems leaders face. The curriculum is designed to empower leaders to solve 21 century challenges related to business growth, communication, facilitation, growing and retaining talent, dealing with burnout at work, learning to make difficult decisions during confusing times, etc.

Our instructors are doctoral level leaders in their fields who coach participants every step of the way. All courses are online, asynchronous, and bring together the talents and minds of many globally successful people interested in making change.

The conversation does not end when the participants finish their program. Our online network keep all participants connected with a personal “board of directors.” This is also a great way to develop strong relationships with others in your field and to strengthen the network of like-minded executives.

Participants in the General Adaptive Leadership program have a year to complete the following four modules of the program to receive their certificate.
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Module 1: Adaptive Leadership: Leadership and Followership | Ligia Buzan, Ph.D.

Six weeks: October 20, 2014 –  December 5, 2014 (one week Thanksgiving break)| $ 250
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Module 2: Positive Leadership: Leadership and the Use of Self | Erik Gregory, Ph.D.

6 weeks: December 15, 2014 – February 6, 2015 (two-week for the winter holidays) | $ 800
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Module 3: Resilient Leadership: How to avoid burnout and to increase happiness at work | Michael Leiter, Ph.D.

6 weeks: February 16, 2015 – March 27, 2015 | $ 800
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Module 4: NeuroLeadership: Using Brain Research to Tap Into Optimal Leadership

6 weeks: April 6, 2015 – May 15, 2015 | $ 800
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