I found this course to be very informative. I really enjoyed the Videos and i was very much surprised at the interactive sessions. I am encouraged to complete other courses.\n\nA huge THANK YOU!!!!!!!
Honestly, its one of the most effective online foundational course on effective leadership. I'm particularly overwhelmed by the much I have learnt about utilising the group decision making process.
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par Robin S•
I liked the course. There were some issues. Many of the readings were behind a pay wall. It's impossible to audit the course which is a bit of a bait and switch in my opinion. If you can't submit major parts of the lesson, you can't audit. There were hardly any printed materials. Slide, for me would have been helpful since video lectures are not my learning style. That way, I would have the key words somewhere. Participation in this course required case studies which needs partners. The rolling admission makes it hard to find classmates who are doing the course at the same pace. I prefer coureses that start every few weeks so that one can have a cohort of the same people. It would make it much easier to find partners. Submitting partners that did not have a gmail account was impossible. The software literally would not take any email address that was not gmail. That's ridiculous.
par Rama S•
The course material is outdated - the readings are old, the videos look old, and some of the concepts are not up-to-date. Moreover, the lectures were monotone and the case studies were too basic to be intellectually stimulating and engaging. I definitely learned some basic principles of leadership but the course itself was not engaging and seemed too dated to be as relevant in the modern workplace
par Jolie N•
Course was very easy to comprehend however lacked substance from every day working examples. Might be better suited for people interested in leadership or student level courses. Would not highly recommend for current enterprise level managers interested in enhancing management capabilities. This course was taken as a part of the Strategic Business Specialization.
par Kendra M•
For module 3 I found the case study to be more of a math exercise than leadership focused. Not what I signed up for. I think the course was well laid out, however, and I did emerge with a few knowledge areas to apply to my current position.
par Milos M•
Content is good, but relativelly shallow and small. Participants have more materials to read, than listen to the actual lectures, and for reading we don't need Coursera account, it can be done independently.
par Rebecca R•
Simplistic in it's format and presentation. Too much reliance on peer grading of very short writing pieces. Did not feel particularly professional.
par Simone C•
video lessons are not distilling concepts for easy understanding and memorization. often too high level with fever practical business examples
par Pinaki C•
Good for new leaders. However as an experienced Management Professional, some of the items were repetetive but good refresher.
par Hilary B•
Good organization and lecture format, but stressfully strict rubrics on the assignments given the peer review structure.
par S N A G R•
Content of the week 4 could be more example oriented and would be better if it has been elaborated more.
par Gautam R•
Please unlock solutions in advance of peer reviews so we can grade peer reviews correctly.
par Sophie L M W•
Gave you an interesting insight but nothing you couldn't find out with a quick Google
par Eric M L E•
Mostly touchy-feely patronizing academic content w/ an over-reliance on group work.
par David V•
The trainer is boring and that makes the sessions not interesting
par Fotios S•
Good content, delivery could be more vibrant and organized.
par Cynthia P G E•
love the course, hate the clasmate evaluation activities
par John H•
The content was more basic than I was expecting.
par Omondiagbe S A•
Wonderful Course and a wonderful experience.
par Byron K•
Prof is a bit dry and need a new wardrobe.
par Lerata M•
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