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Humanistic Leadership and Practices in Corporate Culture

All levels
7 lessons
1 quiz
252 students


  • Strong desire to learn about the humanistic approach in the corporate environment
  • Basic level of English and good quality Internet connection
  • Experience in a corporate-related role is advantageous but is not a mandatory prerequisite for this course.


  • 200 LAI credits, 3 CECs
  • Research Scientist Title
  • Academy membership
  • Postgraduate Certificate
  • Full lifetime access
  • Mobile access
  • Language: English + English subtitles

Target audiences

  • Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates, PhD. Students
  • Professionals in the workforce seeking to enhance their competencies and further their educational pursuits
  • General audiences

This Certified Course is created with the aim to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the humanistic approach and equip them with practical skills to implement and benefit from these principles in a corporate setting, as a leader.

Upon completion of this course, you would be able to:

  •   Navigate ethical dilemmas in the workplace with a humanistic perspective;
  •   Cultivate a growth mindset, embracing challenges as opportunities for learning and development;
  •   Contribute to creating a supportive work culture where individuals feel valued, supported, and encouraged to reach their full potential;
  •   Facilitate collaborative decision-making processes that involve diverse perspectives and shared learning;
  •   Apply humanistic leadership principles to inspire and motivate teams, creating a positive and collaborative work environment.

What you will learn:

  1. Understanding Humanistic Principles:
    Define and explain the core concepts of the humanistic approach in the context of corporate environments.
  1. Building Empathy and Compassion:
    Develop skills to enhance empathy and compassion for improved interpersonal relationships and team dynamics.
  1. Cultivating Positive Leadership:
    Identify and implement humanistic leadership practices to inspire and motivate teams for increased productivity and job satisfaction.
  1. Employee Well-being and Satisfaction:
    Understand the correlation between a humanistic work environment and employee well-being, job satisfaction, and overall organizational success.
  1. Balancing Individual and Organizational Goals:
    Explore ways to align individual goals and values with organizational objectives, creating a harmonious and purpose-driven workplace.
  1. Analyzing Educational Texts and Materials:
    Develop the ability to critically assess and apply relevant educational texts and materials that focus on the humanistic approach, enhancing knowledge and practical implementation in a corporate environment.

Completion of this course with a Grade of 80 or higher will qualify you for the award of a Postgraduate Certificate for this course.

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Anna Sidun is an educator and tutor from Montréal, Canada. Master’s dual degree in Art History and Film Studies at Concordia University. She worked for several years within the educational system and eventually the non-profit sector. She works at the Fraser-Hickson Institute, established in 1885, and managing several educational and federal projects in the pharmaceutical sector development.

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