Sean Ellis Growth Master Training Course

Sean Ellis Growth Master Training Course

 

Sean Ellis Growth Master Training Course

Drive Breakout Growth by Becoming a Certified Growth Master
Breakout growth requires an effective Growth Master leading the charge. This is a self-paced course taught by Sean Ellis, founder and CEO of GrowthHackers, that will teach you the fundamentals to become an effective Growth Master. He shares best practices for leading a team to execute a growth process that drives results. Sean has evolved these best practices through his roles leading growth efforts at Dropbox, LogMeIn and Eventbrite and by collaborating with effective growth leaders at other breakout success companies such as Facebook, Uber and Slack.
In this course, you will learn how to:
keep your team consistently engaged in growth
prepare in advance for each growth meeting
conduct an effective growth meeting to maximize the growth
follow up after each growth meeting to ensures plans are effectively executed
focus your team on the highest leverage growth opportunities
accelerate your team’s testing velocity for maximum growth learning
This course is designed for anyone who wants to become an effective Growth Master. Effective growth masters often have backgrounds as marketers, product managers, growth analysts or even founders.
INSTRUCTOR
Sean Ellis, CEO and Founder of GrowthHackers, co-author of Hacking Growth, former growth/marketing leader at Dropbox, Eventbrite, LogMeIn and Lookout.
CERTIFICATION
At the end of the course you’ll have an opportunity to become a certified Growth Master by getting at least nine correct answers on the 10-question exam.
Sean Ellis is CEO and founder of GrowthHackers.com, the number one online community built for growth hackers. Sean coined the term “growth hacker” in 2010, after using it to ignite massive growth for Dropbox, Eventbrite, LogMeIn and Lookout – all with valuations now exceeding $1B. He regularly speaks to startups and Fortune 100s and has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, WIRED, Fast Company, Inc.com, and TechCrunch.

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