Become a Leadapreneur

Courtesy: Jessicas Macias
Courtesy: Jessicas Macias

By Jessica Macias

My name is Jessica Macias and I graduated from Thunderbird in May 2013. I’ve always pursued the entrepreneurial path, and after my MBA graduation, my path did not differ. I went on to expand my London-based business, Adepicos Ltd., to South East Asia with my partner. Adepicos is a leadership transformation consultancy that builds corporate programs and online courses that enable people to upgrade their capability by combining the practical skillsets of leadership, management and entrepreneurship. In short, our programs enable high-potentials to become authentic, high-performing 21st Century leaders, or what we call “Leadapreneurs”.

We are the only providers of online 21st Century leadership training built by the new generation for the new generation. One of our online courses is an 8-hour MBA-level course on “The 21 Principles of 21st Century Leadership”, and we provide this particular course for FREE.  Why free? Because we are driven by our mission to democratize 21st Century Leadership; enabling everyone to learn how to lead at the highest standard for free. We also recognize that in today’s world, what truly matters is not the knowledge but the way you put into practice what you know. It is not about what you know as a leader but how you lead.

 

To get involved, follow these steps:

1. Go to www.AdepicosOnline.com and sign up for free in 10-sec for some awesome learning without death by PPT or boring lectures because YOU control the learning. No more boring commutes, waiting rooms or bathroom stall experiences… You learn what you want, where you want, when you want.

2. Join our growing community on our Facebook Page to access a universe of opportunities, actionable wisdom, inspiration and some pretty darn entertaining videos we want to share with you. View an example? What about “What to do when you have a bad day”?

So give us a LIKE!

3. Be cool and share this opportunity with others by forwarding the course link , or sharing our Newsletter Subscription here to stay up-to-date with latest break-throughs of 21st Century Leadapreneurship.

Not that you need it as a Certificate from Thunderbird is already an incredible achievement, but some of you may be interested to know that all of our programs and courses are recognized by the globally renown, British-based, The Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM). This means that by completing this free online course, you will be able to purchase an ILM Professional Certificate for it!

As a T-Bird Alumna, I am very excited about providing our course to T-Birds to access a clear, practical, and powerful leadership training that perfectly complements your MBA journey.

Have an Awesome Learning Journey!

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