Follow our step by step course and get certified to use the AEM-Cube in your organisation or to help others drive their organisational growth. In this course, you will get introduced to the AEM-Cube and you will be familiarised with the 3 dimensions of the AEM-Cube.
With every dimension, we will explain the theoretical foundation that it is based upon. You will learn how every dimension is used on an individual, team and organisational level, how to interpret it, what insights to gain from it and how to use these insights in your business endeavour.
My name is Richard Robertson and I am the Lead Content Developer at Human Insight. Within Human Insight I am involved with everything that has to do with content and product development, from writing texts to the development of training and e-learning modules. In addition, I am active as a speaker on strategic diversity and organisational ecology and as a trainer in Executive Presence. Within the Human Insight Academy, I am the host of the AEM-Cube Certification Course, I hope to see you there!
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For the Institute and University, AEM-Cube is an excellent aid for building and understanding our own leadership teams, as well as one that helps students better know themselves. We can better serve our core constituencies and clients through the offering of unique strategic methods such as AEM-Cube."
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