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The Strategy Of Leadership

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

May
3,
2021

Course Length:

1 Week to 1 Month

Application Deadline:

October
25,
2021

Enrollment Fee:

5,450 USD

Location:

Not Provided

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

May
3,
2021

Application Deadline:

October
25,
2021

Enrollment Fee:

5,450 USD

Location:

Not Provided

Course Description

The new rules of power and influence rely less on traditional command-and-control models and more on knowing the essential insights, frameworks, and tools needed to leverage your influence and drive outcomes. This program uniquely combines cutting-edge science with compelling interactive learning to equip you with the techniques and frameworks you need to work with and through others to drive organizational success. Guided by our expert faculty in simulations, experiential activities and case studies, you’ll explore new and critical concepts such as social capital, networking, crowdsourcing, big data, data visualization, disruptive innovation, viral marketing, the science of persuasion, visual communication, reputation management, and more. You’ll also learn about recent discoveries in social networks that will enable you to enrich your social capital and unleash the power of influence as a leader.

Program Benefits

Maximize your social capital as a leader, developing your face-to-face and virtual networks, Build your network efficiently, segmenting your targets and tailoring tactics, Lead change virally, inducing desirable social “epidemics” in your organization, Democratize and open up innovation, Tap into the wisdom of big data for decision making, Make your case visually and persuasively using new, powerful and simple visual tools, Manage collaboration to turn complexity into ingenuity

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

Senior and general management executives, especially those whose responsibilities reach across internal and external organizational boundaries, Leaders charged with client development, growing the business and executing innovative initiatives, Senior Federal Government managers seeking new perspectives to improve their abilities to influence in large, complex organizations

Application Requirements

1620000000

Instructor:

Brian Uzzi

Contact Person:

Gretchen Baker

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

Northwestern University

Course Description

The new rules of power and influence rely less on traditional command-and-control models and more on knowing the essential insights, frameworks, and tools needed to leverage your influence and drive outcomes. This program uniquely combines cutting-edge science with compelling interactive learning to equip you with the techniques and frameworks you need to work with and through others to drive organizational success. Guided by our expert faculty in simulations, experiential activities and case studies, you’ll explore new and critical concepts such as social capital, networking, crowdsourcing, big data, data visualization, disruptive innovation, viral marketing, the science of persuasion, visual communication, reputation management, and more. You’ll also learn about recent discoveries in social networks that will enable you to enrich your social capital and unleash the power of influence as a leader.

Program Benefits

Maximize your social capital as a leader, developing your face-to-face and virtual networks, Build your network efficiently, segmenting your targets and tailoring tactics, Lead change virally, inducing desirable social “epidemics” in your organization, Democratize and open up innovation, Tap into the wisdom of big data for decision making, Make your case visually and persuasively using new, powerful and simple visual tools, Manage collaboration to turn complexity into ingenuity

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

Senior and general management executives, especially those whose responsibilities reach across internal and external organizational boundaries, Leaders charged with client development, growing the business and executing innovative initiatives, Senior Federal Government managers seeking new perspectives to improve their abilities to influence in large, complex organizations

Application Requirements

Not Provided

Instructor:

Brian Uzzi

Contact Person:

Gretchen Baker

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

Northwestern University