Explore your professional purpose
This Executive Education course provides you with the tools you need to catalyze your desired transformation. You will learn how to use adaptive leadership techniques and design thinking to be self-reflective and challenge assumptions that may be holding you back. You will also create a meaningful action plan to achieve your goals. Join us to design your personal change and realize your professional purpose.
Every course includes:
Who should attend
- Individuals of all career stages looking to realize personal and professional transformation
- Rising managers who want to institute change that will move them forward in their careers
- Professionals who struggle with breaking habits and enacting changes
What you will learn
- Understand the psychological barriers to designing personal change
- Engage in self-reflective activities, define your personal goals, and ideate possible paths forward
- Create a personal action plan to help achieve your goals
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Office of Executive Education is a CAE Approved Provider. This program meets the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. Every program that we offer which qualifies for CAE credit will clearly identify the number of CAE credits granted for full participation, and we will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit www.asaecenter.org/cae.
As a CAE Approved Provider educational program related to the CAE exam content outline, this program may be applied for 14 credits toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.
Nicole Ja, PhD
Executive Education Faculty, Carey Business School
Nicole provides innovative consulting that leverages human-centered research and evaluation tools and techniques to build the capacity of non-profit organizations, health organizations, schools, and governmental agencies focused on enhancing the development and well-being of young people and their families. She holds an MA and PhD in Developmental Psychology from Cornell University. Nicole’s research has focused on adolescence, self-development, school and community programs, and social connectedness, and has been featured in Journal of Youth and Adolescence, Journal of Counseling Psychology, and Psychology Today.