Certified OKR Professional Live Online Course – 8-12 June
If you’re interested in learning how to manage your very own Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) system, tune in to our Certified OKR Professional Live Online Course, between the 8th – 12th of June, 2020, 09:00 – 13:00 GST EMEA time, 13:00 – 17:00 GMT +8 ASEAN time.
This course is a 40-hour learning experience, delivered by one of foremost consultants, Alina Miertoiu. Over the course of 5 days, you will understand how to set and work with OKRs, being granted the opportunity of receiving a certification on your ability to deploy and use OKRs, in accordance with The KPI Institute’s standards.
What will you learn – C-OKR Learning Objectives
- Differentiate between objectives, Key Results and Initiatives;
- Recognize different types of OKRs;
- Acknowledge the benefits of stretched goals;
- Understand OKR setting in different contexts;
- Apply best practice techniques to align OKRs across the organization;
- Comprehend the review and decision making process.
What’s in it for you – Benefits
- Support fast decision making by fostering constant feedback and communication;
- Access an innovative learning experience based on a 3 stage educational process;
- Obtain premium recognition as a Certified OKR
- Professional by completing a unique international learning program;
- Expand your business network by becoming a member of the international Certified OKR Professionals Community;
- Champion the use of a rigorous OKRs process within organizations.
Alina Miertoiu is a Senior Consultant within The KPI Institute. She is a Certified KPI Professional and Certified OKR Professional, and has delivered over 1000 training & consulting hours last year.
Alina’s recent research and consulting work in the field of strategy execution and performance improvement lead to the development of the training course and advisory services on OKRs, as well as the establishment of the GCC Utilities Performance Program, dedicated to electricity utilities.
In addition to this, some of Alina’s most significant research projects have focused on developing a benchmarking study in the utilities sector for Water, Gas and Electricity organizations, as well as a National Development Indices Catalogue, containing 57 fully documented indices, in a standardized format.