Whether you work in business, government, education, or nonprofit, design thinking can help you develop revolutionary solutions based on the needs of others.
“The main tenet of design thinking is empathy for the people you’re trying to design for. Leadership is exactly the same thing – building empathy for the people that you’re entrusted to help.” -David Kelley
"In today’s workplace, empathy has become expected and must be woven into an organization’s DNA. Without it, organizations are falling behind." -Rae Shanahan
Empathy is needed to dive into a human-centered design process like design thinking. Get a chance to set aside your own assumptions about leadership and gain real insight into others.
Introduction: Historical Trailblazers
Module 1: Empathize & Define
Module 3: Prototype
Module 4: Test and Tell
Create a customized framework to listen, learn, and lead.
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