In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are adding 8 additional courses to our CorpU Open calendar. Each of these courses is developed to help leaders respond effectively in times of crisis. The first course of this 8-week series has been specifically developed in response to the current global situation. Each course is a 1-week sprint, requiring 30 minutes of work per day, and culminating in a 1-hour live event on the final day of the course.
This CorpU Sprint brings together experts on stress and resilience, positive psychology, communication, and organization culture to highlight a selection of best practices that help employees cope with crisis.
Harnessing Stress for Success focuses on a different way of reacting when faced with stress. During this course, you will have a chance to learn from current scientific research and implement a three-step process to enhance the power of stress.
Resilience is a dynamic learning process and there are some everyday practices that can help you develop it. You can use these practices to help foster resilience in others, which will improve business results in engagement, retention, and other important metrics. You will learn how to build up your resilience resources, and how to empower those around you to be resilient too.
Any leader, no matter the level or focus, can use the principles of Positive Leadership, rooted in empirical evidence, to produce business results that exceed normal or expected performance. In this course you and your cohort will discuss specific techniques proven to give individual leaders and entire organizations a competitive advantage.
Working effectively within a team is a skill that takes practice and dedication. While some individuals may be natural leaders, learning how to give and take within a team structure is more of a learned behavior. Join us to study and discuss a proven framework you will use to help your team overcome challenges so they can operate at maximum capacity and produce outstanding results.
Employees have very natural and rational reasons to resist change, particularly given the rapid pace of change that’s part of today’s business climate. In this course we will address how to be an authentic and successful change agent who gets people excited and committed to tackle the challenges of change.
This one-week sprint is designed to help leaders embark on a journey to embed authentic purpose throughout an organization – including bringing leaders together to collectively discover their organizational purpose and leaders at all levels to discover their professional purpose.
Armed with a sense of purpose, employees perform better and demonstrate higher levels of engagement. As leaders we need to uncover the ‘why’ of work that drives people to do their best. This course looks at why ‘making meaning’ makes money – how a commitment to helping your talent find meaning in work can produce measurable, bottom line results.