Your Learning Journey

During this five-week* journey, you will follow a leadership competency model to understand your strengths, weaknesses and development opportunities to successfully lead in a disrupted, digital world.

Along with your personal leadership coach, you will explore the core skills needed to successfully influence and empower others, particularly in virtual teams, as well as define the advantages and disadvantages of working virtually. You will complete your own personal leadership development plan to drive positive, meaningful change in your organization.

The program is delivered over five* consecutive weeks, requiring a time commitment of 4-6 hours per week. Each week covers specific content, including clear learning objectives and deliverables, to help participants self-measure the impact of their weekly learning.

*The program includes a complimentary 6th week of asynchronous videos and reading materials that you can complete at your own time and do not require any assignment work or interaction with your peers and coach.

  • Unit 1 Leading in the Digital Age - Competency Model – Part 1
  • Unit 2 Leading in the Digital Age - Competency Model – Part 2
  • Unit 3 Influencing and Persuading Others in the Digital Age
  • Unit 4 Empowering in the Digital Age
  • Unit 5 Working Effectively in Virtual Teams
  • Unit 6 (complimentary): Reverse Mentoring and Shadow Boards
Research & knowledge

Are you interested in Digital and its impact on business and leadership? Discover the latest insights  by IMD's faculty and research teams.

Tips for leading a virtual team with effectiveness

More than ever before in our professional lives, we are forced to work remotely – which for many of us also means leading in a virtual space. Get Professor Jennifer Jordan's insights on this.

How will tomorrow's reality look like?

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The importance of emotions in efficient leadership during crisis

How working effectively with emotions in challenging times presents the opportunity to build up your resilience and become a better leader.

More insights on the trendiest C-suite role

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Disclaimer

IMD complies with applicable laws and regulations, including with respect to international sanctions that may be imposed on individuals and countries. This policy applies to all applications for IMD programs from individuals or organizations, and any commercial or non-commercial partnerships.

IMD business school rankings

Our executive education programs are ranked highly by the world's most influential business publications.

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