Increase your self-awareness as a leader and learn how to use and apply the leadership development method, the Savoir-Relier.
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Discover how looking inwards can help you become a better leader
On this course, you’ll explore the Savoir-Relier methodology, a new approach to leadership development.
As a current or aspiring leader, you’ll ask questions and reflect on your own self, in order to better understand who you are and how you can lead others.
Under the guidance of Professor Valerie Gauthier, you’ll increase your self-awareness through self-reflection and introspection, and grow your understanding of yourself through a unique exercise called the SOLO.
Learn how leadership development is linked to self-awareness
To grow as a leader, it is vital to first understand yourself and your own perspective.
Through her research Professor Gauthier brings you specific questions that unlock your inner self with sincerity and lucidity.
Use the four relationship circles to become more self-aware
The course will take you through the ins and outs of self-reflection, introspection, self-development, and self-confidence.
Using the key tenets of the Savoir-Relier methodology, you’ll build your self-awareness and, in turn, boost your self-confidence and self-esteem.
Undergo personal development training with Professor Valérie Gauthier
This course is created and delivered by renowned author, academic, and linguist, Valérie Gauthier.
Professor Gauthier holds a BS in Psychology, a Masters in Modern Literature and English, and a PhD in Comparative Literature and Stanford’s Graduate Business School’s Executive Program (EPSO).
Professor Gauthier has been teaching courses at HEC Paris, NYU Stern and MIT Sloan, and built multiple relational communication and leadership development. You’ll benefit from her wide-ranging expertise in linguistics and poetic translation, as well as leadership and cross-cultural relationships.
Who is the course for?
This course is open to anyone interested in undergoing leadership development training and who is interested in self-development.
No specific leadership experience is required as the course asks you to draw from your own personal experiences.