The fully online Conscious Leadership and Team Management certificate curriculum is grounded in evidence-based leadership theory and management principles.
Conscious Leadership courses are six weeks in length, organized in six weekly modules, allowing for self-paced learning. Each module offers lectures and video segments, readings, individual and team activities, discussion forums as well as group coaching forums. Each module is concluded with a one-hour synchronous session that is instructor led. There will be pre- and post-session assignments.
Conscious Leadership and Team Management students will learn specific practices and tools to improve upon their leadership style, enhance their emotional intelligence, and increase their psychological capital. Doing so will help them to demonstrate why they can be trusted, manage people’s threat perceptions, and shape the culture and norms of their groups/teams. These skills will also aid them in developing incentives that will boost motivation, engagement, and performance while promoting an environment of consistent learning and mastery.
The goal of this certificate is to successfully develop and inspire conscious change agents who will make meaningful impact on individuals, teams, and entire companies as organizational leaders. After completing this certificate, students will have mastered the following competencies:
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