Nomadic’s Leadership Conversation, a Subscription-Based Leadership Development Program, Now Open for Enrollment

Share Article

Created in partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership, the Leadership Conversation gives business professionals access to an in-depth learning experience and extensive library of resources through a monthly subscription.

News Image
“When designing the Leadership Conversation, we wanted to provide maximum flexibility in terms of time, access, and price. Busy business people can go through the training as their schedules allow – even in ten-minute chunks – and access the content from any device,” said Matthew Burr, CEO

Nomadic, a provider of unique collaborative learning experiences, announced today that the Leadership Conversation, created in partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®), is now open for enrollment. Individuals can enroll for $39 per month, cancelable at any time.

Designed to give business professionals at all levels access to the theories, best practices, and insights of modern leadership, the Leadership Conversation is comprised of a series of online, cohort-based programs and a library of personalized resources pulled from CCL research, books, case studies, and articles. The first program, which runs for four weeks, begins on June 25; the associated resource library is available immediately upon subscription. Subscribers also participate in a community of peers from all over the world and all industry segments, gaining fresh perspectives on common leadership challenges.

“When designing the Leadership Conversation, we wanted to provide maximum flexibility in terms of time, access, and price. Busy business professionals can go through the training as their schedules allow – even in ten-minute chunks – and access the content from any device,” said Matthew Burr, founder and CEO of Nomadic. “This solution also gives current and aspiring leaders an opportunity to interact with professionals from all types of businesses. We deliberately incorporate strong collaborative and social elements into the program to deepen the experience and broaden personal networks.”

The online component of the Leadership Conversation is organized into four programs:

  • Creating Leadership
  • Elements of Leadership
  • Virtual Leadership
  • Leading Innovation

Each program includes video interviews featuring executives from well-known companies, animated explanations, case studies of classic and contemporary business challenges, and moderated conversations on issues relevant to any position of leadership – all organized to guide the learner through the principles, theories, and core concepts of modern leadership.

Typically, each program takes four to six hours to complete over a four-week period. Throughout the curriculum, learners participate in conversations and debates, overseen by a community mentor, to share perspectives, ideas, and personal experiences.

The resource library, which is continually expanding, currently includes 91 resources on a wide variety of contemporary leadership topics, ranging from leading innovation to dealing with unstructured problems to effective collaboration. Each takes five to ten minutes to complete.

For further details on Leadership Conversation, including a short demo on how the curriculum is designed and a complete syllabus visit http://www.leadershipconversation.com.

Learners can cancel their subscription during the first 30 days and obtain a full refund. Click here to enroll. To register more than five people in Leadership Conversation, contact mike.depietro@nomadiclearning.com.

About Nomadic

Headquartered in New York City, Nomadic specializes in working with companies to solve complex challenges requiring a continuous and collaborative approach to learning. Its unique learning solutions are built on the only platform designed from the ground up for social, collaborative learning designed to yield lasting, transformational change.

Nomadic clients include large, well-known organizations such as Citi, Kaiser Permanente, UBS, IBM, Pepsico, and Unilever, as well as many small organizations.

For more information, visit http://www.nomadiclearning.com.

Media contacts:

Linda K. Galloway
insidHR Communications
lgalloway@insidhr.com
303 863 8620 office
203 733 7446 mobile

Ilse Passet
Nomadic Learning
Ilse.passet@nomadiclearning.com
+44 7 852 927 302 mobile

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Ilse Passet
@NomadicLearn
Follow >
Visit website

Media