Digital Learning

Combining our digital learning experiences with our onsite programs creates a unique blended learning opportunity. Including online pre- and post-work modules with a virtual keynote or fireside chat or with an onsite program creates a customized comprehensive learning strategy with enriching content, an engaging cohort experience, and expanded access to experienced faculty.

Our digital learning experiences can be delivered through live virtual sessions or online courses to small groups or entire organizations. These innovative experiences provide access to our premier faculty with proven leadership experience and knowledge of leading through change and navigating common business challenges while strengthening and building successful teams and organizations. Whether your team members are co-located, geographically dispersed, or working remotely from home offices, these programs will engage all levels of your organization with inspirational and applicable leadership concepts and tools.

Online Courses:

Our exclusive online courses extend West Point’s military leadership lessons and Thayer Leadership’s proven learning process to an online setting, which can be used as a stand-alone leader development tool or as a complement to an onsite program or virtual experience. Rich, multi-media content facilitates collective learning through cohort-based online communities that allows convenient, unrestricted access, and overcomes geographic barriers. Through these multi-day self-paced online courses, you gain exposure to our impressive faculty who develop and lead unique courses only available through Thayer Online.

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Virtual Experiences:

Our innovative virtual learning experiences immerse participants in compelling, poignant conversations with expert “battle- and boardroom-tested” faculty and teaches them how to navigate daily change and disruption through interactive engagement.

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To learn more about our programs contact us at 1.800.247.5047, ext. 8924

"Leaders don't have bad have to keep cheering your people on, play hurt when necessary, and always be optimistic."
General Dennis Reimer,(USA, Retired, USMA 1962)
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