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Transformational Leadership for the Fourth Industrial Revolution is a Course

Transformational Leadership for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Started Jul 30, 2020

$990 Enroll

Full course description

 
Self Paced 30 Hours Digital Badge $990

 

Course Overview

Transformational Leadership for the 4th IR is part of the Executive Certificate of Global Foresight &  Leadership for Accelerated Growth and Executive Certificate of Health Innovation Leadership. It will help you understand how extraordinary leaders flex their executive presence and style to influence and drive team performance. Enhance your capacity to develop and craft the most compelling messages around your ideas and strategies for maximum influence. Examine change and how leaders can manage change through agility, collaboration, self-assessment, and reflection.


What topics will be covered

  • Leading to Amplify Your Impact 
  • Storytelling that Drives Authentic Action
  • Being the Winner Today & Tomorrow
  • Aligning the New Model
  • Driving Change & Progress
  • Fast, Agile, Collaborative
  • Powering Through the Dark Side
 

 

 

 

 

 


Faculty

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Professor Suzanne Peterson

Suzanne Peterson is an associate professor of leadership. She is focused on bringing her leadership expertise and content to Thunderbirds executive education clients as well as the growing graduate student base. She has previously served as faculty director of executive education at Arizona State Universitys W. P. Carey School of Business where she served as a liaison between industry and academia. Although she advises senior executives in a variety of industry sectors, the majority of her time has been spent on Wall Street and other financial services firms. She has advised leaders in firms such as J.P. Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Societe Generale, Fidelity, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, as well as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Avnet, McDonalds, State Farm, and Microsoft to name a few.

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Professor Christine Pearson 

Christine Pearson is professor of global leadership at Thunderbird School of Global Management (a member of the Knowledge Network of Arizona State University). She has built a worldwide reputation as an expert on curtailing and containing dysfunctional behavior at work, from the dramatic sweep of organizational crises, to the corrosive impact of problems that escalate from low-intensity incivility and aggression in the workplace.


 

Questions & Other Information 

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To earn the Executive certificate you must finish all two or four self-paced online courses (depending on the program you enrolled in) with a finale score of 80% or greater. The course provides approximately 30 hours of content. Participants have up to one year from the purchase date to complete this course.  This course is worth 3 continuing education credits.