100-Day Leader’s Journey

Becoming Who You Really Are

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About This Course

Transformational leadership development requires disciplined reflection and deliberate practice. This program is uniquely designed with these essentials to help leaders advance their leadership skills and impact. In just a few minutes every day, leaders are challenged to not only think about what it would take to become a more effective leader, but they are asked to put their learning into practice, and share the results and impact of their actions with their colleagues.

University of Michigan Professor Bob Quinn’s 100 leadership lessons illustrate simple habits leaders can perform on a consistent basis to overcome the pressures of task pursuit and facilitate deep change.

Each of the 20 themes will be explored for one week. A theme
is addressed through five daily lessons that participants work on wherever it works best in their schedule, using any device with access to the Internet. Organizations can select one, several, or all 20 themes to sustain positive leadership practices.

The cohort setting fosters engagement and increases participation rates, while the in-platform dialogue and feedback that occurs on the last day of each week promotes interaction and collaboration that yields shared best practices. Transformational change comes from all around the organization as each person becomes who they really are.

Over 100 Days we pursue these 20 Themes:

Expert Faculty

Robert E. Quinn

Professor Emeritus at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and a cofounder of the school’s Center for Positive Organizations.

Course Features

100% Online Course Platform

30 Minutes Per Day

Leadership Coaching

World-Class Expert Teaching

Community of Practice

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