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An Instructional Design Approach to PBL

About this online CPD Course:

For leaders to make an impact in the modern workplace, the ability to adapt and respond to the changing business environment has become a critical competency. With multicultural teams, hybrid working, more competitive markets, faster product cycles, and digitalized models and AI solutions, there’s no longer a guarantee that one specific leadership approach will work. Instead, you need to prioritize flexibility and agility, pay attention to the context in which you operate, and have the skills to adjust your leadership style as that context changes.

 

The Organizational Leadership: Driving Culture and Performance online program from the Institute for Management Development (IMD) focuses less on behaviors and more on having a real impact on your teams and in your organization. The two Program Directors undertook more than five years of research with thousands of leaders around the world, to develop practical tools and approaches to help you, in your role as a leader, create a high-performance culture. Over five weeks, you’ll learn how to create a workplace in which employees can thrive and, in turn, enhance performance and efficiency in your business. Walk away with a personalized leadership action plan that can be used to implement immediate changes in your organization.

What This Program Covers: 

This program focuses on building a high-performance culture and delves into how leaders can maximize their impact on people and processes through improving and adapting the working environment at a team and organizational level. You’ll start your learning journey with an introduction to a fresh approach to leadership models — the Leadership Operating System (OS). With each new module, you’ll explore the three elements of the Leadership OS — trust, clarity, and momentum — and gain techniques to use them to motivate people and set the tone for organizational culture and performance. At each step, you’ll engage with case studies about leaders and leadership practices, and will have opportunities to share your reflections and insights with your peers. The interactive platform provides a space for networking and discussion, as well as time to reflect in journaling activities, and an ongoing project. On completion of the program, you’ll walk away with an action plan specific to your context. Implement immediate cha
 

What You Will Learn:

Module 1: Pre-sessional Learning

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Module 2: Building the PBL Culture with your Learners

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Module 3: Building the PBL Culture with your Organziation

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Module 4: Planning and Designing a PBL Learning Cycle

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Module 5: Mapping the PBL Learning Cycle (with your Learners)

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Module 6: Presenting the PBL Product

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Module 7: Building a PBL Working Team

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Module 8: Brainstorming PBL Projects

  • Dealing with Driving Questions

  • Dealing with Community Needs

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Module 9: Assessing of PBL Product

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Module 10: Follow-up and Reflection (Learners)

  • Best Practices and Lessons Learned

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Module 11: Determining the Authenticity of a PBL Project

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Module 12: Publically Presenting the PBL Product

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Module 13: Integrating 21st Century Skills into the PBL Learning Cycle

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Module 14: Follow-up and Reflection (Instructors)

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