Mastering Remote Leadership

Mastering Remote Leadership

Stop settling for a subpar remote work experience. Say goodbye to endless meetings, miscommunication, and a lack of connection. By the end of this course, you’ll confidently lead a distributed team to successfully communicate, collaborate, and thrive together.

with
Raheel Ahmad
REGISTRATION DEADLINE
July 30, 2021
CLASS PERIOD
Aug 9 - Sep 3, 2021
UPCOMING
Cohort
1
$500.00 USD
A 4-week-long highly interactive, hands-on course to help you unclutter your mind, build a robust, beautiful project management workflow in Notion using 21st century GTD principles and create lasting behavioral change.

Topics we'll cover

We’ll go in-depth on the following principles and dive deeper into the practical aspects of the following topics.
  • Offload your primary brain to build a second one. A deep dive into the need for building an external brain and how to begin the journey with 21st century GTD principles.
  • Set meaningful goals using the Life Wheel. Setting goals is never an easy process. But this module will make it easier using proven frameworks and guidance.
  • Build a productivity workflow that works for you. And only you. No one else thinks the way you do, so why use someone else's template? Build a robust, personalized workflow on Notion to free your mind.
  • Understand how habits are formed and maintained. The aim of this course is to help you build lasting behavioral change. This module will ensure you carry forward the good habits built during the course.

Who this course is for

Knowledge Worker

You are a knowledge worker with a full-time job working a lot but unable to see real progress on the goals you care about. You feel burnt out.

Solopreneur / Freelancer

You are part of the creator economy wanting to take control of your time and work on passion projects. Except, you feel you don't have any control.

Student

You are an undergrad or grad student juggling classes, assignments, job search, networking, and more. You find your life to be utterly chaotic.

Meet your instructor

Raheel Ahmad

Hi there! 👋🏻 This is Raheel. I’m an Associate Product Manager at Salesforce, author of Admitted, and a veteran blogger with 100+ articles and guides on productivity, products, psychology, career, and education. At any point in time, I’m working on 10+ different “projects” in life (which also includes taking care of myself, cultivating hobbies, and strengthening relationships). I’m sure you can resonate with that. To manage this chaos, I’ve spent the past 2 years (and 100+ hours) experimenting with and iterating on my workflow in Notion, improving it every few months and taking notes of everything I learned. Invest 30 days together with me and I’ll give you back years of your life and a mind that can experience the state of flow again. 🌱

By the end of this course, you will launch your own cohort-based course and deliver an exceptional learning experience using Maven’s proprietary approach.

Active Learning

Every workshop, project, and group discussion will get you closer to launching your own cohort-based course.

Learn with a Cohort of Peers

Every workshop, project, and group discussion will get you closer to launching your own cohort-based course.

Accountability, Community, and Thoughtful Feedback

Project deadlines, coaches, and peers will keep you accountable and help you get unstuck if you run into challenges.

Marketing

You’ll learn how to achieve course-market fit, attract the right type of students, and promote your course even if you have a small audience.

Schedule

Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am-12pm PT / 1-3pm ET

Live Workshops

Group Discussions & Projects

Expert Guests

Learn Real World Skills

Curriculum

  • Course Strategy
    A great course is a catalyst for transformation. Before you create your first lesson or register your first student, you need to identify what you want that transformation to be. What can your student do after taking your course that they couldn’t do previously? You’ll articulate what your course can do for students and use Wes Kao’s Course Mechanics Canvas to lay the groundwork to help you get there.
  • Curriculum design
    Developing your curriculum defines the scope of your course and structures your thinking. This helps both you and your students. You’ll explore the trade-offs of different curriculum models with real-world examples. By trialling different ways to organize your course content, you’ll learn what makes most sense for your students.
  • Active Learning
    Over the past 10 years, online learning has defaulted to on-demand video where viewers watch experts share information. Maven’s cohort-based courses introduce fundamental learning principles to the world of online education, centered around active learning. From breakout discussions to live case studies, you’ll create more impactful education experiences that leverage Wes Kao’s State Change Method.

Grow your Career & Network.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is a cohort-based course?

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Cohort-based courses combine live workshops, videos, articles, and projects to create impactful learning experiences. You participate, learn, and collaborate with other students throughout the course. It’s common for students to stay connected long after the course ends.

When will the live sessions be conducted for the 4-week course?

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There will be 8 live classes conducted over 4 weeks, with 2 classes each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Given that the cohort size will be ~25, I plan to conduct the live classes at a time that works for all of you. The actual time will be decided after speaking to all students to understand the most optimal time. Even if you can’t attend the live session, it will all be recorded.

What is the expected time commitment?

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This is a course meant to have a great transformation in your life. Great transformations require great investment and energy. I would recommend keeping aside ~7-10 hours a week so you can take part in all the classes, work on assignments, and leave with a behavioral change that will last for life.

Will there be future cohorts?

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Yes! This is the first of many future cohorts.