This nine-month blended learning experience is designed to accommodate a busy lifestyle. The courses are self-paced with the guidance of a Rapport Trainer.
Traditionally, front-line leaders were supervisors, first-time and mid-level managers, or foremen who fulfilled managerial tasks.
In the changing world of remote workforces, cross-functional teams, and flatter organizations, these individuals are also identified as functional leaders who may not have direct reports or authority, yet are responsible for others’ work.
How many hours does it require to complete a course?
We've designed a modern learning experience flexible enough to fit your life. Each course lasts 4 weeks; set aside 90 minutes per week + an optional one-hour Zoom call facilitated by a Rapport Trainer.
What is the format?
Each lesson Peer Perspective videos, interactive course materials, engaging E-learning modules, and in-course assignments to practice, reflect, and refine new skills. Additionally, you can Deepen the Learning with recommended resources, and join like-minded peers on a weekly Zoom call.
What is the learning science and methodology?
Each lesson engages students through shared stories, research, models and frameworks, and live interactions. In each course, we'll explain why this topic matters, what to do with the knowledge, and how to apply it. Furthermore, you'll focus on three areas: self-insight, team performance, and leadership influence.
Can I take this course with other members of my team?
Absolutely, and we encourage it. We'll provide a discussion guide to facilitate regular meetings and deepen the learning.
What are the requirements to earn a Rapport U Leader Certificate?
Successful completion of all seven courses.