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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Leadership Communication for Maximum Impact: Storytelling by Northwestern University

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About the Course

Storytelling is an essential part of leadership. Effective leaders communicate to inspire talent to excel; to partner with investors and communities; to engage with customers and clients and to grow their impact in the world as part of a global community. Cultivating an authentic, trustworthy and compelling narrative is vital to a leader’s success. This course helps leaders find their own story through personal branding; develop storytelling success with all constituencies; initiate an effective voice for crisis; interact well through social and third party media; and communicate a vision for innovation....

Top reviews

NB
Jan 24, 2016

The subjects selected are relevant, the professors are very knowledgable, engaging and inspiring and they answer all the questions promptly.\n\nI enjoyed this course tremendously, highly recommended!

RT
May 18, 2020

it is very impactful course that I can apply for real world evidence and develop leadership communication skills and mindset. I strongly recommend for colleagues and friends who want to be success

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By Filippos A K

Jun 8, 2020

Very interesting and insightful. It would have benefitted though through more written assignments and exercises.

By Jerome m

Jul 14, 2020

good, but a bit high level. Doesn't go enough in details or give you specific tools or examples / case studies

By Hamze G

Nov 19, 2015

The topic was so intersting but the content was not enought practical!

By Fellipe M F

Dec 16, 2015

Very good, I missed a deepening of Storytelling elements

By Julian V

Jan 24, 2016

I think that this course could have more content.

By Narisa P

Feb 23, 2019

Too generic

By Richard K

May 8, 2020

Not quite the depth of information I was looking for. When it came time to review work, it seemed many students were in the forum in search of reviews rather than posting in the assignment area.

By Martí S

May 31, 2020

Very repetitive, not so many contents, not so great at explaining