Transformational Leadership:

Five Practices of High Impact Innovators

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Five Practices of High Impact Innovators

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The Pillars of Effective Leadership in the 4th Industrial Revolution

The skills of an effective leader are changing in today’s new reality. Organizations are undergoing rapid advancements due to globalization, immigration, technological change, knowledge revelations, and the climate crisis.

It is now more necessary than ever to hone your leadership skills and understand how to foster a culture of innovation to retain a competitive edge. Become a trailblazer in your organization, industry, and the world with Transformational Leadership.

75%

The number of companies reporting that innovation is among their organizations’ top three priorities is up 10 percentage points in 2021 to 75%.

Source: BCG

84%

84% of executives say that innovation is important to their growth strategy.

Source: McKinsey

Creativity

CEOs in a global study identify “creativity” as the most important leadership quality.

Source: IBM

An online course catering to your needs as a leader of change

MIT Professional Education’s online course in Transformational Leadership cohesively consolidates the skills of a modern leader and the facilitation of innovation in your organization.

This course offers a fully encompassing approach, featuring the pillars of effective leadership, case studies, and innovation initiatives.

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The skills you will develop

1.

Strengthen self-awareness

and capability as a leader of innovation 

2.

Think strategically

in selecting innovation opportunities (the Strategist Role)

3.

Search for innovation

opportunities in creative ways (the Explorer Role)

4.

Convene the best people

to develop innovations (the Architect Role)

5.

Facilitate learning and development

among innovators (the Coach Role)

6.

Build and maintain support

or innovation teams (the Champion Role)

In addition, you will receive a Certificate of Completion

“All the participants who successfully complete the online course Transformational Leadership will receive an MIT Professional Education Certificate of Completion. Furthermore, participants will receive * MIT Continuing Education Units (CEUs)*.

To obtain CEUs, it is required to complete the accreditation confirmation, which will be available at the end of the course. CEUs are calculated for each course based on the number of learning hours.

*The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is defined as 10 contact hours of ongoing learning to indicate the amount of time they have devoted to a non-credit/non-degree professional development program.”

This course is directed to

  • PROFESSIONALS WITH AN INTEREST IN INNOVATION, determined to create an impact on innovation processes in their organizations and drive success
  • CEOS AND OTHER MANAGERS of companies undergoing transformation processes for which innovation is central to success
  • ENTREPRENEURS of tech startups with innovative aspirations
  • ENTREPRENEURS of tech startups with innovative aspirations

Meet the instructor of this course

*Listed in alphabetical order 
SENIOR LECTURER IN THE DANIEL J. RICCIO GRADUATE ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP PROGRAM AT MIT

DR. DAVID NIÑO

“Professionals who want to come to MIT and want to learn how to be a more effective and more impactful professional will benefit from this course.”

David Niño is a senior lecturer on the Daniel J. Riccio Graduate Engineering Leadership Program at MIT. Previously, he was a professor in the practice of engineering leadership at Rice University. During this tenure, he led the creation of the first four-year certificate in engineering leadership and was director of Leadership Rice, the university’s leadership development program.

A former professor of management, Dr. Niño has published works on leadership, ethics, corporate culture, and the development of professional management skills. He has conducted research in cutting-edge technology environments and is currently interested in researching how leadership develops among engineers and in engineering organizations. Dr. Niño has taught leadership since 1998 at the undergraduate, master’s, doctoral, and executive/professional levels.

He is currently a founding officer of the Leadership Development Division of the American Society for Engineering Education and advises professionals and executives on leadership and development issues.

He holds a PhD in management from the University of Texas, Austin, where he also studied for his Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Business Administration, and Master of Arts.

Are you ready to utilize the proven pillars of successful leadership to optimize your capabilities?

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