Compare courses
Register
Schulich Executive Learning Centre

Certificate in Leading a Culture That Innovates and Executes

Oct 21—25, 2019
5 days
Toronto, Canada
CAD 4950 ≈USD 3716
CAD 990 per day
Jul 8—12, 2020
5 days
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
CAD 4950 ≈USD 3716
CAD 990 per day

How it works

Disclaimer

Coursalytics is an independent platform to find, compare, and book executive courses. Coursalytics is not endorsed by, sponsored by, or otherwise affiliated with Schulich Executive Learning Centre.

Full disclaimer.

Description

While many organizations focus on addressing problems, the most successful ones focus on raising the bar. One of the most effective ways to reach new heights is to focus on creating a culture of innovation. Contrary to popular belief, the success of winning organizations rests not on ‘innovative’ leaders, but on leaders who can create, lead and sustain a culture of innovation. This program is Module 3 of the Masters Certificate in Innovation Leadership.

Course content details

While many organizations focus on addressing problems, the most successful ones focus on raising the bar. One of the most effective ways to reach new heights is to focus on creating a culture of innovation. Contrary to popular belief, the success of winning organizations rests not on ‘innovative’ leaders, but on leaders who can create, lead and sustain a culture of innovation. This program is Module 3 of the Masters Certificate in Innovation Leadership.

Creating a Culture of Innovation

  • What is culture and what is a culture of innovation?
  • The characteristics and behaviours of a culture of innovation
  • How culture forms and how to change it

Leading an Innovative Organization

  • The steps to transforming a culture to a culture of innovation
  • Levers to accelerate change
  • Develop an action plan for a culture of innovation

Experience Innovative Cultures

  • Learn from a variety of innovative environments
  • See cultural innovation up close and personal
  • Apply new thinking and strategies to your existing culture Innovation, Intrapreneurship and Influence
  • The role of risk in successful innovation
  • Identify intrapreneurial behaviors and actions
  • Developing strong influencing strategies to break old patterns, bad habits, entrenched behavioural mindsets and typical reactions

Lessons from the Trenches

  • Round Tables with Senior leaders
  • Conversations around real challenges you are facing
  • Applications and next steps

Who should attend

  • Presidents, VPs and Directors overseeing business performance and planning
  • National, regional and international division managers
  • Global business leads
  • Public Sector Leaders
  • Business Unit heads
  • Other organizational development leaders
  • Chief Innovation Officers
  • Project and Systems leaders

Experts

Biography David S. Weiss received his doctorate from the University of Toronto and has three Master’s Degrees in psychology, education and philosophy. David is a highly sought-after keynote speaker and has been honoured with the “Distinguished Lecturer” certificate from the Government of Canada....
Lee-Anne McAlear is Program Director, Centre of Excellence in Applied Innovation Management for the Schulich Executive Education Centre, York University. Lee-Anne is an experienced facilitator, writer, consultant and speaker with a background in innovation, leadership development, strategic plann...
Biography Program Director, Centre of Excellence in Innovation Management, author and founding partner of Mitchell Consulting. Megan is one of Canada’s top innovation practitioners with over 20 years experience in innovation, marketing, sales, HR and leadership. Her passion is leadership effecti...
Biography After sneaking away from a small-town prairie farm, Shane spent his early career as an entrepreneur in North America and Europe focused on product design, robotics and connected devices. He later joined Idea Couture, a Design Thinking and innovation consultancy, to combine his technica...

Files

Detailed Description
Detailed Description

Next dates

Oct 21—25, 2019
5 days
Toronto, Canada
CAD 4950 ≈USD 3716
CAD 990 per day
Jul 8—12, 2020
5 days
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
CAD 4950 ≈USD 3716
CAD 990 per day

How it works

Show more