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Executive Leadership

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  • Developed by Ivy League Professors
  • Group Discussions
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  • Self-Assessment activities
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Executive Leadership
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Key Features
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    Developed by Ivy League Professors
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    Group Discussions
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    Scored Projects
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    Self-Assessment activities
  •  Course Duration
    4 months
  •  Next Batch Date
    1st Mar 2021
`331,200*

*Statutory taxes and levies not included. Taxes will be applied on checkout. Rates may vary based on management discretion. Refund policy is not applicable as this course is accredited by a partner institution.

Course Description

An executive leader’s credibility, authority and ability to keep a team focused and motivated are under constant scrutiny. And rightfully so—it’s the leader’s job to communicate strategy, negotiate skillfully, influence team behaviors, and deliver results.

This executive leadership certificate will help you learn how to build high-performing teams and become a more authentic leader. In an executive role, it’s crucial that you have the right blend of soft skills and a strategic mindset to achieve specific performance outcomes at your organization.

The Executive Leadership Certificate Program provides you with the critical skills to lead your organization to success through a series of six core courses and two electives that give you the flexibility to customize the program to your goals.

The courses in this certificate will equip you to:

  1. Devise employee-related practices that improve your organization and thereby enhance service outcomes to customers
  2. Implement healthy team behaviors and functions
  3. Respond decisively and consistently when faced with situations that require a decision
  4. Detect and address impediments to your credibility with subordinates, superiors, and others with whom you interact professionally
  5. Evaluate factors that undermine employee motivation and engagement in your organization
  6. Explore critical decisions such as when to negotiate, when not to negotiate, whether you should make the opening move in a negotiation, and how many issues you want to put on the table

Eligibility

  1. Upper level or senior managers with over five years of experience managing a team
  2. High potential mid-level managers with over five years experience who are looking to move into executive leadership roles
  3. VP or C-level executives interested in continuing to grow as leaders
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`331,200*

*Statutory taxes and levies not included. Taxes will be applied on checkout. Rates may vary based on management discretion. Refund policy is not applicable as this course is accredited by a partner institution.

Course Outline
Module 1: Quality & Service Excellence
  • In an increasingly competitive global environment, quality is no longer considered a nice-to-have luxury. It’s a requirement for successfully competing and surviving in the marketplace. While the concepts, tools, and procedures for quality and process improvement are now universally recognized and firmly placed in a large number of high-performing organizations around the world, it was not always so. The importance of quality in organizations has gone through a complete evolutionary cycle.

    In this course, you will develop measures and standards of service quality, devise practices that improve employee learning and outcomes, and evaluate different approaches to process improvement, all based on the research and expertise of Cornell University Professor Rohit Verma, PhD. Using the tools provided in this course, you will be able to relate strategic decisions to their impact on organizational performance. And with the completion of an action plan at the end of the course, you will be ready to apply what you learn to your own organization.

Module 2: Leading Collaborative Teams
  • In today’s workforce, adaptation and responsiveness are key elements in the success for an organization. As turnaround times shorten and demands increase, organizations must leverage teams to reach strategic goals and fulfill initiatives. Based on the expertise and research of Kate Walsh, PhD, students in this course will diagnose team needs, set expectations for development, utilize conflict to augment change, and build team autonomy to support leaders in embracing a more strategic focus.

Module 3: Strategic Decision Making
  • The ability to make effective and timely decisions is an essential skill for successful executives. Mastery of this skill influences all aspects of day-to-day operations as well as strategic planning. In this course, developed by Professor Robert Bloomfield, Ph.D. of Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, you will hone your decision-making skills by following a methodology based on tested actions and sound organizational approaches. You will leave this course better equipped to confidently tackle any decision large or small, and you’ll do so in a way that creates the optimal conditions for success.

Module 4: Leading With Credibility
  • Managers who are seen practicing what they preach and following through on promises enjoy dramatically enhanced credibility and loyalty. They inspire workers to perform well and even to go beyond what is asked of them. Credibility is not all it takes to be successful, but no trust or meaningful relationship with those you manage can happen without it.

    This course, developed by Professor Tony Simons, Ph.D. of Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, focuses on this critical element of leadership, and helps students develop the awareness, skills and habits necessary for mastering it.

Module 5: Motivating People for High Performance
  • Leaders are responsible for encouraging the highest possible performance from their employees. Most leaders recognize that motivation is a key driver of high performance. Few leaders are skilled at choosing the right combination of approaches and tools to motivate all of their people. Cornell University Professor Risa Mish provides a learning experience that builds on the important premise that not all individuals are motivated by the same things, and some might be demotivated by the same conditions or incentives that motivate others. This course prepares leaders to analyze performance problems and assess whether they actually can be attributed to a lack of motivation or to one of several other root causes.

    When students determine that poor workplace performance is indeed caused by a lack of motivation, they will use the motivation techniques that will be most effective for all the people involved. Leveraging the work of two American social psychologists to address the factors that may be demotivating people, students will learn how to increase the factors that do motivate people and improve workplace performance. Students will also use the three primary drivers of human motivation to foster better performance on the job.

Module 6: Coaching Skills for Leaders
  • Coaching is about building relationships—and it’s essential in order for your organization to move forward together to achieve better results. Being an effective coach requires skills that can be practiced and mastered, including listening, building credibility and trust, and showing empathy. In this course, Cornell University’s Dr. Samuel Bacharach, will help you distinguish between coaching and traditional supervision. You will identify the five functions of coaching and the rules for having coaching conversations. Finally, you will examine some of the classic coaching mistakes that people often make and identify how you can avoid repeating those mistakes yourself.

Module 7: Elective (2 Courses)
  • 1. Planning & Delivering Effective Presentations
    2. Leading Across Cultures
    3. Leading for Creativity & Innovation
    4. Negotiation Skills
    5. Leading Strategic Change Initiatives
    6. Leading Organizational Change
    7. Navigating Power Relationships

Course Outline
Module 1: Quality & Service Excellence

In an increasingly competitive global environment, quality is no longer considered a nice-to-have luxury. It’s a requirement for successfully competing and surviving in the marketplace. While the concepts, tools, and procedures for quality and process improvement are now universally recognized and firmly placed in a large number of high-performing organizations around the world, it was not always so. The importance of quality in organizations has gone through a complete evolutionary cycle.

In this course, you will develop measures and standards of service quality, devise practices that improve employee learning and outcomes, and evaluate different approaches to process improvement, all based on the research and expertise of Cornell University Professor Rohit Verma, PhD. Using the tools provided in this course, you will be able to relate strategic decisions to their impact on organizational performance. And with the completion of an action plan at the end of the course, you will be ready to apply what you learn to your own organization.

Module 2: Leading Collaborative Teams

In today’s workforce, adaptation and responsiveness are key elements in the success for an organization. As turnaround times shorten and demands increase, organizations must leverage teams to reach strategic goals and fulfill initiatives. Based on the expertise and research of Kate Walsh, PhD, students in this course will diagnose team needs, set expectations for development, utilize conflict to augment change, and build team autonomy to support leaders in embracing a more strategic focus.

Module 3: Strategic Decision Making

The ability to make effective and timely decisions is an essential skill for successful executives. Mastery of this skill influences all aspects of day-to-day operations as well as strategic planning. In this course, developed by Professor Robert Bloomfield, Ph.D. of Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, you will hone your decision-making skills by following a methodology based on tested actions and sound organizational approaches. You will leave this course better equipped to confidently tackle any decision large or small, and you’ll do so in a way that creates the optimal conditions for success.

Module 4: Leading With Credibility

Managers who are seen practicing what they preach and following through on promises enjoy dramatically enhanced credibility and loyalty. They inspire workers to perform well and even to go beyond what is asked of them. Credibility is not all it takes to be successful, but no trust or meaningful relationship with those you manage can happen without it.

This course, developed by Professor Tony Simons, Ph.D. of Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, focuses on this critical element of leadership, and helps students develop the awareness, skills and habits necessary for mastering it.

Module 5: Motivating People for High Performance

Leaders are responsible for encouraging the highest possible performance from their employees. Most leaders recognize that motivation is a key driver of high performance. Few leaders are skilled at choosing the right combination of approaches and tools to motivate all of their people. Cornell University Professor Risa Mish provides a learning experience that builds on the important premise that not all individuals are motivated by the same things, and some might be demotivated by the same conditions or incentives that motivate others. This course prepares leaders to analyze performance problems and assess whether they actually can be attributed to a lack of motivation or to one of several other root causes.

When students determine that poor workplace performance is indeed caused by a lack of motivation, they will use the motivation techniques that will be most effective for all the people involved. Leveraging the work of two American social psychologists to address the factors that may be demotivating people, students will learn how to increase the factors that do motivate people and improve workplace performance. Students will also use the three primary drivers of human motivation to foster better performance on the job.

Module 6: Coaching Skills for Leaders

Coaching is about building relationships—and it’s essential in order for your organization to move forward together to achieve better results. Being an effective coach requires skills that can be practiced and mastered, including listening, building credibility and trust, and showing empathy. In this course, Cornell University’s Dr. Samuel Bacharach, will help you distinguish between coaching and traditional supervision. You will identify the five functions of coaching and the rules for having coaching conversations. Finally, you will examine some of the classic coaching mistakes that people often make and identify how you can avoid repeating those mistakes yourself.

Module 7: Elective (2 Courses)

1. Planning & Delivering Effective Presentations
2. Leading Across Cultures
3. Leading for Creativity & Innovation
4. Negotiation Skills
5. Leading Strategic Change Initiatives
6. Leading Organizational Change
7. Navigating Power Relationships

Accreditation Partner(s)
FAQs
1. Do I access the course through the regular page www.medvarsity.com?

On successful enrollment, your login credentials are provided through eCornell website, you will be using eCornell website www.ecornell.com to access the course and not Medvarsity Course Page.

2. Will Medvarsity be the point of contact for any queries during the course progress?

All communication post Course Activation will be from eCornell and not Medvarsity.
For any queries post activation of course, you can write to [email protected] and they shall revert with appropriate guidance. eCornell Help Desk is staffed Monday through Friday, around the clock (Eastern Time zone).
Prior to Course activation, any queries can be directed to [email protected]. Bravo Team works Monday to Friday Timings : 9:00am to 6:00pm IST; 1 &3 Saturdays Timings – 9:00am to 1:00pm IST.

3. If in any case I'm unable to complete the course due to personal issues, will there be an extension?

There will be no extension of course after course expiry.

4. Can students from across the globe apply for these courses?

Medvarsity is authorized to enroll students from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Srilanka, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Iraq, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Myanmar and India.
Students from regions other than the above will need to visit www.ecornell.com inorder to enroll.

5. Are there any prerequisites for enrollment?

As these programs are professional development certificate programs, there are no prerequisites or formal admission processes required for enrollment.

6. Who can apply for this course?

Medical, nursing, and dental professionals involved in delivering clinical care, who hold or who aspire to administrative or managerial responsibilities can enroll in this course.

7. Do eCornell Certificate programs count towards accreditations?

Many of eCornell’s certificate programs count towards professional credits. eCornell has been approved for re-certifications for the following associations:
HRCI – HR Certification Institute (http://www.hrci.org/)
PMI – Project Management Institute (http://www.pmi.org/)

8. What is the mode of delivery/learning for these courses?

All courses in our certificate programs are taught 100% online through eCornell’s online learning management system.
Courses contain learning modules that feature interactive discussions, video / text lectures, quizzes, case studies, course projects, and a variety of online tools to ensure satisfactory understanding of subject matter.

9. Do the courses have a specific start date or can we enroll through the year?

eCornell courses normally start every two weeks. Please speak with one of our Admission Officers now for specific details.

10. Do you provide Installment facility to the aspiring students and how does it work?

Yes, you will be provided with 3 easy Installments and below is the pattern:
First Installment can be paid via CC Avenue, NEFT/RTGS, Cheque/DD at the time of enrollment. Your login credentials will be issued and First Two Modules of the course will be activated upon successful payment clearance.
Your next two Installments PDC’s should be couriered to the below Corporate Office Address:
Block B, II Floor,
Sanali Infopark, LV Prasad Marg,
Jubilee Hills, Park View Enclave,
Hyderabad, Telangana 500034
On successful clearance of Second Installment, your next two modules of the course will be activated.
Similarly on successful clearance of Third Installment, your last module of the course will be activated.

11. Will I get eCornell Certification?

The Business Excellence for Healthcare Professionals course is developed by the Dyson School of Cornell University. On successful completion of all 5 courses the final certificate is issued by Cornell University. All individual courses are certified by eCornell.

12. Will the Certificate be valid globally?

Yes, Cornell University is one of the Ivy League University and is recognized world-wide.

13. Do you support Placement post completion of course?

At this point of time we do not provide placement support to any of our graduates. From time to time, on request from recruiters and based on explicit permission from our students, we may share their contact details.

Next Batch Start Date 1st Mar 2021

Course Duration

4 months

Accreditation Partner(s)

Available Payment Options

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