- What’s the time commitment?
Like most things in life, the more you put in, the more you’ll get out of it. Same applies for The Creative Executive Method.We recommend a minimum of two hours per week, which includes the hour weekly call. The rest of the time is spent working with others in the group in breakout sessions or on weekly exercises. You can spend as little or as much time as you like on your personal assignments. Many participants say they revisit the materials after the course and dive deeper into different aspects of their personal development.
- What time are the calls?
We will have four groups of 10–14 participants offered at several different times of day. Those spots are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Once you have sent us your application, we’ll send a registration link with available options.
- When is The Creative Executive Method offered?
You can sign up here to be the first to know the next time we are offering the class to the public. The Creative Executive Method is also held with private companies and groups. If you are interested in organizing The Creative Executive Method for your team, group, or company, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What does the course cost?
The cost of our next public course will be posted once registration is live.
- How can I pay? Are payment plans an option?
We have all sorts of payment options available (Visa, Mastercard, Amex, etc.). Once you have applied and are accepted, you’ll receive payment options and course time options you can reserve. All of this happens in real-time, so we encourage you to register as soon as you’re accepted, so you can grab your preferred time.
- Can my company sponsor my participation?
Whether your company already provides professional development stipends or not, we encourage you to ask your company to pay for this development course. We can confidently say that there is no one who has taken this course whose company hasn’t benefitted from their participation. Just some of the benefits participants have reported are: identification of problem areas that weren’t evident before, better communication with their teams, robust ideas, more engaged interaction, a greater sense of awareness and action around leadership…the list goes on and on. We have a link here that will explain more about the course and help you facilitate the conversation with your employer.
- Can I share my training materials with my staff or team?
This is a great question and can sometimes get a little murky, as we ask that you comply with an agreement not to share our worksheets, training, and methods outside the course. We also realize that many of the worksheets are designed to help you manage your team. We ask that you use your best judgment when sharing worksheets or reading materials. For recorded calls and aspects of the program tailored to individuals, these must be kept strictly confidential. Confused or unsure? Just email us at email@example.com, and we can help you make the right call.
- What if I am not happy with the class?
We’ve received only positive reviews in the early release of the program. In fact, we’ve vetted all of the materials and updated aspects of the course to help ensure you’ll be 100% satisfied with your experience. But we also know learning styles and results can vary. If you decide the course isn’t for you, we offer a transferable credit or a full or partial refund, depending on where you are within the course.
- Transferring credits or delayed start.
We also understand that schedules and client demands can come up at the last minute. Participants can postpone or transfer their spot in the program to a later session up to one week prior to the class start date without penalty. If this happens to you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.