Johnson launches new VUCA Leadership certificate program

1166_13_082.jpg

General George W. Casey, Jr., retired four-star general and chief of staff of the U.S. Army from 2007-2011, speaks at Johnson (JGSM)'s 2013 Military Preview Day.

Great leaders are always looking ahead. They embrace change instead of resisting it, recognizing that the world’s landscape in the 21st century is vastly different from that of previous generations. In order for organizations to thrive, leaders must see the way forward and point the way ahead.

To prepare to effectively lead through volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA) and improve your organization, Johnson has announced the launch of the new VUCA Leadership certificate program. Available online through eCornell, this certificate program will help leaders develop internal strengths and strategic skills, and improve their ability to influence people both within their organization and outside of it to accomplish their vision.

“When organizational leaders are able to identify and reduce the impact of VUCA in the workplace, their teams and organizations thrive,” says General George W. Casey, Jr., Faculty Author and Distinguished Senior Lecturer at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. “This certificate program equips you with the tools to lead more effectively in a VUCA world.”

Leaders and executives at all levels will find this certificate program valuable. Learners will match their strengths and weaknesses with the leadership characteristics that are vital for success in today’s fluid world, and be able to formulate action plans to increase their opportunities for success.

General George W. Casey, Jr., Distinguished Senior Lecturer of Leadership
General George W. Casey, Jr., Distinguished Senior Lecturer of Leadership

Highlights of the VUCA Leadership certificate program

Faculty Author: 

General George W. Casey, Jr., Distinguished Senior Lecturer of Leadership, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, former US Army Chief of Staff

The Format:

The certificate program consists of 5 two-week courses:

  • Leading in a VUCA World
  • Developing and Communicating Vision and Strategy
  • Building Great Teams
  • Setting Internal and External Conditions for Success
  • Preparing for the Future

What this means for you

Upon completion of the VUCA Leadership certificate program, learners can immediately begin applying their new skills in the workplace. Whether it’s developing a clear and succinct communications plan to implement their vision and strategy, constructing an effective vision statement, or identifying the antidotes for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, learners can address today’s challenges with the viable solutions learned through the program.

Learn more about the new VUCA Leadership certificate program


1 Comment

  1. Leading in a VUCA World? Is this GI Bill approved?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *