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Becoming a Super Mega Boss

Ryan Laverty
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When it comes to building great leaders, Amy is a subject matter expert. She has over twenty years of experiencing keynoting and coaching top leadership conferences and executives. You've probably heard of the brands she works with, because they're some of the world's largest companies - from Apple to Deloitte. In her text message courses, Amy teaches everyone how to become a super mega boss.

To take Amy's courses, head to: supermegaboss.arist.co. You can also visit her site at amyposey.com

Can you give us a quick background about yourself?

I am the CEO of SUPER*MEGA*BOSS, a manager training company using short video, virtual, and in-person training to build better bosses. Over the last 20 years, I have focused on developing leaders of people with Fortune 500 companies.

SUPER*MEGA*BOSS takes neuroscience, weirdness, and habit formation to approach traditional manager training (dull) with a new approach (fun!).I am also an adventurer and recently published Wild Success: 7 Key Lessons Business Leaders Can Learn from Extreme Adventurers. I'm currently based in San Jose, CA.

Amy's work is incredibly inspiring. She gives speeches to the world's top companies, and wows her audience with interactive presentations and insights. You can tune in here

What made you want to write a text message course?

New and experienced managers are busy people, and habits are hard to form. Using mobile is an easy way to remind people of habits and to build those habits over time. It takes repetition and simplicity to help build skills.

Couldn't have said it better myself! From Mindfulness to Public Speaking, habit building and skill building are pretty popular.

Read more: Why Nanolearning is the Future of Learning

Tell us a little bit about your course. Who is it built for and why?

I am using Arist to complement my short video, virtual, and in person manager fundamentals courses for SUPER*MEGA*BOSS.

It's going to be used for new managers and experienced managers who need a refresher on core people skills.

What is one thing you learned or found helpful while writing this course?

When writing these, you really need to keep it simple and task based. These are key to building good habits.

This is why Amy's courses rock! Each day is actionable, and learners can feel the difference in their skill proficiency after taking the course.

Are you planning on writing additional courses? If so, on which subjects and why?

Probably! I have 9 in progress.

Wow! That is awesome. As of this writing, Amy has seven fantastic courses in her classroom.

If you could take a text message course on anything, it would be…

Probably writing prompts!

What piece of advice would you give to anyone looking to create their first text message course?

Experiment with the tactics and test the course on yourself first.

All of our tactics, templates, and help needed live in our course guides.

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