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Storytelling is an essential part of leadership. Effective leaders communicate to inspire talent to excel; to partner with investors and communities; to engage with customers and clients and to grow their impact in the world as part of a global community. Cultivating an authentic, trustworthy and compelling narrative is vital to a leader’s success. This course helps leaders find their own story through personal branding; develop storytelling success with all constituencies; initiate an effective voice for crisis; interact well through social and third party media; and communicate a vision for innovation....



The subjects selected are relevant, the professors are very knowledgable, engaging and inspiring and they answer all the questions promptly.\n\nI enjoyed this course tremendously, highly recommended!


it is very impactful course that I can apply for real world evidence and develop leadership communication skills and mindset. I strongly recommend for colleagues and friends who want to be success


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創建者 Angela R H


Very good course. I specially liked the reflections on the different stories you must tell to different audiences and how you can create real impact with a powerful story. I also found very valuable the crisis management chapter, because any professional can find him or herself in a crisis when communication is the key to minimize the damage, and knowing how to make a plan to deal with it can be the savior of your career and business.

創建者 Jon W


G​reat course covering the basics of leadership storytelling, from articulating your personal brand, to managing crises through effective storytelling. The course instructors were themselves excellent storytellers and they developed complelling content. My only negative critique of this course is that I wish there had been more small assignments along the way rather than a single large assignment at the conclusion of the course.

創建者 Steven L


This is a great overall class. I don't think enough time was spent really flushing out the 6 C"s of what make a story great. This is a great module for those looking to understand how to craft a story to respond to a crisis event or support a product launch. The stakeholder mapping and visual mind mapping tools are very useful and relevant.

創建者 Joel G


The content is laid out very well and I found a ton of useful take-away points. Thank you to all the faculty members. I particularly enjoyed the assignments - they really make you think. But I found the branding you - audit and insights the best exercise in this program.

I would definitely recommend this to friends and colleagues.

創建者 I F


the course is very good, but in comparison with the first course with dr Leigh Thompson, the instructor in a little bit monotonus, and the screenplay does not have any illustrations which is needed badly. otherwise the course is very good and informative and a big thanks to the instructor and his respected assistants

創建者 Nicolas H


Great teachers but I feel it lacks reading parts... on top of videos some written takeway or diagrams would be useful.

The examples were striking, I applaud the decision of the Professors to tell true, even if very sad, compelling stories.

The final assessment was interesting to fill, as was the peer reviews.

創建者 Tom M


The round table discussion on innovation was interesting. Topics were interesting but on occasion would have appreciated being able to go into more depth. The assignment could use clarification as after multiple readings I still wasn't sure what the format of what was being asked should look like.

創建者 Daniele M


For those who are already graduated in marketing, some of the content is very basic, however, the videos about crisis management were very useful. Thank Northwestern and Coursera for joining all this content together.

創建者 Shashwat P B


I found this course to be very beneficial. I didn't understand the need for or use of storytelling in my day to day professional life... but I have a much better and broader understanding of how it is used now.

創建者 Camilo A O L


Very interesting course, however, some of the topics are not deeply seen, so we get the general idea of what is needed for maximum impact communication. Would be good more tests for each topic.

創建者 Felipe H W


The content of the course is extremely valuable but I would suggest that, at least at the end of week 2, there is a requirement to present a story in order to start practicing the skills.

創建者 Tomas H


very practical course, liked especially the tips about how to structure a good story, all the elements of a good story and usage of external sources like TED talk as an example

創建者 Christian B W


Good overview on the power of communication and storytelling. First week was quite comprehensive. I would have appreciated if there were more exercises in the following weeks.

創建者 Bernard D V


Great course! The teacher is great and very interesting. However, I think there was a lot of questions and not enough answers or examples. But the overall is still excellent.

創建者 Kannan C


This course helped me in understanding the basics of story telling. How to structure the flow in order to make a meaningful impact. How to be prepared to address any issue.

創建者 Courtney C


Good content however I feel the instructors need to have more of a presence on the discussion forums or Coursera needs to select a community mentor for this course.

創建者 Nishith


More questions after each module will help to understand the sub topics very clearly. Content is excellent. The final exercise covers a detail of every section.

創建者 Mohammed A


Although I enjoyed all aspects of the course, I think that there should be more content added in terms of quizzes and mandatory reading materials.

創建者 Oleksandra B


Basic elements were covered. I was expecting more practical cases, maybe some additional resources and suggestions. In general - useful!