Personal Transformation Programme
The definitive guide to staying economically-relevant in the digital age
This programme of courses is focused on helping your people raise their game so that they remain valuable contributors to your organisation in the digital age. By enrolling on this programme your people will:
- Develop a good understanding of why your organisation needs to transform
- Recognise why they in turn need to transform
- Be uplifted by the evolving nature of work
- Learn how to personally transform to remain economically-relevant.
NB. This programme is not available for purchase by individuals from the DRI website. It only runs privately for groups of learners. Contact us if you would like to run this programme for your people. Once we understand your requirements, we can provide you with a price.
- 3 online courses (see below) made up of 61 modules (each of 2 to 10 minutes duration). Total listening time approximately 4.5 hours.
- Many quizzes to help ensure the key points are understood.
- Many mini-assignments to convert the programme contents into value.
- Access to a collaboration platform that enables learners to support each other.
- Other online content supplementary to the core online material.
Your people will also receive periodic email updates from the Digital Readiness Blog, as well as email alerts on new DRI content.
Your people will gain the most value from this programme if your leaders have already completed the Business Transformation Programme.
Ade McCormack is a former technologist who today is focused on empowering organisations and individuals to thrive in the digital age. He is the founder of the DRI. As well as being an advisor on digital matters, Ade is a popular public speaker. He is also the author of six books on the theme of digital.
Ade has worked with some of the world's best known brands in over thirty countries. He has lectured on digital leadership at MIT Sloan School of Management and wrote for the Financial Times on the theme of digital leadership for over a decade.
You can find out more about Ade by visiting his website at www.ademccormack.com.