This certificate is comprised of three seminars, each based on one of Marshall Goldsmith's best-selling books. These courses are designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to effectively lead yourself and others to higher levels of performance.
$995 per seminar
$2,495 for the certificate (all three seminars)
America's most sought-after executive coach shows you how to climb the last few rungs of the ladder. The corporate world is filled with executives, men and women who have worked hard for years to reach the upper levels of management. They're intelligent, skilled and even charismatic. But only a handful of them will ever reach the pinnacle—and as Goldsmith emphasizes, subtle nuances make all the difference. In this seminar, you will learn about the twenty (one) habits that can hold us back; how to use FeedForward as a tool to build relationships and become more effective as a leader; and how to adopt a mindset that helps us avoid getting in our own way as we seek achieve our goals.
Mojo is the moment when we do something that's purposeful, powerful and positive and the rest of the world recognizes it. In this seminar, you will learn the ways in which to get—and keep—your Mojo. Our professional and personal Mojo is impacted by four key factors: identity (who do you think you are?), achievement (what have you done lately?), reputation (who do other people think you are and what have you've done lately?) and acceptance (what can you change and when do you need to just "let it go"?). You will learn the positive actions leaders must take, with their teams or themselves, to initiate winning streaks and keep them coming. The Mojo Toolkit provides fourteen practical tools to help you achieve both happiness and meaning—not only in business but in life.
In this powerful seminar, you will learn the environmental and psychological triggers that can derail us at work and in life. As Marshall Goldsmith points out, our reactions don't occur in a vacuum. They are usually the result of unappreciated triggers in our environment—the people and situations that lure us into behaving in a manner diametrically opposed to the colleague, partner, parent or friend we imagine ourselves to be. In Triggers, you will learn how to overcome the trigger points in our lives, break bad habits and ingrain good ones. According to Goldsmith, we are superior planners, but become inferior doers as our environment exerts its influence through the course of our day. He offers a simple “magic bullet” solution in the form of daily self-monitoring, hinging on what he calls “active” questions that measure our effort, not our results. There's a difference between achieving and trying; we can't always achieve a desired result, but anyone can try. In the course of Triggers, Goldsmith details the six “engaging questions” that can help us take responsibility for our efforts to improve and help us recognize when we fall short.