Leading in Disruptive Times Microcourse

This microcourse is completely on-demand for your convenience, click here to purchase. In a world where exponential and rapid change is everyday news, there is a growing need for a new generation of leaders. Those who want to lead in our more closely-connected world must have a deep understanding of their own strengths, traits, and philosophy (a leader’s authenticity is easily fact-checked online). They must develop themselves into master listeners, able not just to hear their followers, but listen to them in a way that creates buy-in and personal investment while still being able to make decisions and move forward. They must seek partnerships, know how to co-create, and not fear competition. This microcourse will teach you the major components of leadership needed in the world today, guiding you in determining your own leadership journey.

Organizational Strategy: More Than a Plan

60 minutes long micro-learning modules featuring Vista Cova CEO & Strategy Catalyst Vista Cova, Lowell Aplebaum, CAE, IAF Certified™ Professional Facilitator and other leading thinkers in the association community.

Association Charrette

Engage the leadership of your organization in a co-creation experience where they are immersed in issues of key import to the industry/organization. Both the format and venue are different than a traditional retreat.






" For the last several months I have had the pleasure of working with Lowell and the Vista Cova team. They have served as expert guides to myself and the association leadership team as we develop our first strategic plan. He was sensitive to and listened to understand where we were and where we had been. They created a customized approached based on years of experience leaving us feeling more united and with a path to a successful future. This process is challenging on the best of days, but we are still hitting our timelines and serving our community better in a pandemic, and we are so appreciative of the guidance that has gotten us to this point and look forward to continuing work into the future."
Lindsay Currie, CAE Executive Officer - Council on Undergraduate Research





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