Aug 30, 2018
Exceptional and outstanding program. thanks a ton SR team... I am thoroughly enjoying it while learning. Highly recommended for people who wants to explore his/her hidden treasure of Leadership
Feb 20, 2019
Really Helped me identify the leadership skill and develop on same to greater level. the course was very interactive and easy to capture the ideas .\n\nthanks a lot and all the best.
par Helen R P•
Jan 06, 2017
I really did not understand this course. There was way too much jargon.
par Francois R•
Jun 29, 2016
I am giving 1 star to this MOOC because giving 0 is not an option.
The "savoir relier protocol" might be efficient when taught face to face in a classroom but as a MOOC it is a massive waste of time and money (I paid for the capstone project and I'm feeling robbed).
I learnt absolutely nothing.
This MOOC is a major disappointment from a school such as HEC.
par Loïc G•
Oct 20, 2016
The course are fantastic but 3 month HARD WORKING to earn a "cheap" certificate that looks false :( I cannot present it to my company
par YASEEN S Z•
Aug 27, 2016
Very bad Because you need 3 persons to evaluate you every week and often this persons is not educated or gives a score zero for all . So having to re-course or leaving without convincing reason
par Fotjana K•
Mar 30, 2016
All assignments giving you more insight on your personality had to be purchased. I did not really feel like a free course .... too
par Pansy A•
Apr 17, 2017
I've just wasted 2 hours going through repetitions of what I'll learn, but not actually learning anything. Why is it called free, if I can't submit answers to quizzes unless I upgrade first!
I now have an adverse reaction towards that course that it doesn't really have much content to it, and I'm not the least eager to upgrade. Thank you very much!
par Stephen R•
Oct 17, 2015
This course really doesn't offer anything substantial in a practical sense. It has the feel of some sort of odd "New Age" repackaging of things already obvious to anyone with even a modicum of leadership ability. This is the first Coursera course that I have ever wanted to rate zero stars.
par lindsay l•
Feb 09, 2017
not very dynamic
par Johanna H•
Jan 04, 2016
I just started the course and I'm going to stop this course right away. In my opinion showing Hitler as an appropriate leader is not the course I want to visit! I do not upport any racist mindset.
par Steve F•
Mar 14, 2016
Underwhelmed. If this had been a free course I might have gone up to two stars, but I probably wouldn't have finished.
This course attempts to take complex social awareness and patterns and reduce them to an understandable set of skills to be practiced... but it fails. I find it to be full of new-age dreamy ramblings that do not really help in the real world.
Leadership is influence, which comes as a mixture of experience and intention. This course seems to discount experience in favour of "sense", used in this context as a poorly-translated summing up of the physical senses and their analysis.
This course requires you to create an intimate written self-portrait, which you then find yourself sharing with a stranger and comparing. The exercise is interesting, and a lot of students have bought into the premise that this is a "genuine conversation" and allows them to explore their ability to know another person. I am the heretic in the room: I think the student wish to appear intelligent to their peers and the emperor is in fact shamefully unclad. If this is what the world considers a "genuine" conversation then the world is a shallower place than I had thought.
This course, unfortunately, over-promises and under-delivers, and I am not in the least tempted to take the next one in the series. A good concept, but poorly planned, poorly translated, and poorly executed. Valerie clearly understands her topic but the summarizing of it for this framework is not a success.
par Jose A I M•
Oct 20, 2015
par David D C•
Aug 02, 2018
I am a United States Marine, and i already learned everything i need to know about leading. this course was not for me.
par Fadi R•
Nov 18, 2018