Deadlines Shouldn't Be Stressful

Without the practical skills your student needs to manage tasks and get stuff done, it's going to cost them...


• They'll face unnecessary stress

• They'll procrastinate more  
• They'll feel knowledgeable but unproductive • They'll question if they're ready for college and the workforce

• They'll wonder if school actually matters 

• They'll miss out on future opportunities

Students don't have to wait till college to find their groove. Get access to our e-learning course and give your student everything they need to become an ultra-competent student and future professional who doesn't just talk about getting stuff done -- they'll actually know how to run a project from start to finish.


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Course Access Gives Students the Necessary Tools to Efficiently Manage Tasks on Their Own

  • 4-Question Framework

    Students learn a framework that will help guide them through any projects they are responsible for now or in the future.

  • I-LEAD Student Certification

    After course completion, students have the option to take the I-LEAD Certification Exam.

  • Access to Exclusive Community

    They'll also get access to an exclusive community of I-LEAD students and course facilitators by joining the Getting Stuff Done Community.

Here's Your Fast Track to Gaining Access!

  • 1. Buy for $299 to get complete access to the 4-week Getting Stuff Done course.

  • 2. Learn project management. We'll teach you a proven framework to help you get stuff done faster and with less stress.

  • 3. Get certified and apply the learning.

Who is this Course Designed For?

  • High-School Students

    This program is specifically made for students to teach them the personal and professional skills you know will make a difference for them in college and beyond.

  • Gap-Year Students

    We help future professionals improve their organizational skills, take ownership of their time, collaborate well with others, and implement processes that allow them to get things done faster and with less stress.

  • College Students

    It's not just a handy resume-booster. We help people get career-ready by learning hirable-skills that they most likely won't learn in school.

What Students Learn

By the end of this e-learning program, your student will be able to:

  • Successfully run a real-world project from start to finish!

  • Describe key project management principles and apply them to personal tasks.

  • Identify factors that lead to task success (and failure).

  • Communicate more effectively.

  • Implement techniques to influence stakeholders, even when they don’t have authority over them.

  • Clarify and prioritize the tasks that matter most to them.

  • Think about and handle stress more productively.

  • Successfully manage changes that inevitably occur when meeting deadlines.

  • Describe how to draw out lessons learned at the end of a project.

Curriculum Overview

  • 1

    Before You Begin

    • Welcome!

    • What's something that can make it difficult to get stuff done?

    • Introduction to the Training

    • Teaser: Rolling Wave Planning

    • Student Workbook to download

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Jen O'Neill)

  • 2

    Week 1

    • Introduction to Why

    • Your Turn! What do you think happened next?

    • Why Is Why So Important?

    • What is a potential downside of getting the new elevator?

    • Solve the Right Problem By Asking Why

    • Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Steven Schlewitt)

    • (SOW) Statement of Work

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Steven Schlewitt)

    • Introducing the Project Charter

    • How Do You Know, In Practical Terms, If Your Project Is Considered a Success?

    • Project Charter Part 2

    • What is an unintended consequence?

    • Project Charter Part 3

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Danielle Kramer)

    • Project Charter Part 4

    • Example of a Project Charter

    • Your Turn: Create a Charter Form!

    • How Did It Go?

    • Your Personal Why

    • What's Your Personal Why?

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Lavinia Meek)

    • Week One Quiz!

    • Finishing Week One: Discussion

  • 3

    Week 2

    • Introduction To Who

    • Extrovert or Introvert?

    • When Not If

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Marne)

    • The Role of a Project Manager Part 1

    • The Role of a Project Manager Pt 2

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Karen Osher)

    • Introduction to the People Side of Project Management

    • Language and Culture

    • How Much of Your Success Depends on Your People Skills?

    • Introduction to "People Styles"

    • How to Score Your Self-Questionnaire Results

    • Understanding Your Style (and the Styles of Those You Work With)

    • Difficult Stakeholders? Here's How to Apply the Learning

    • Summary of the People Styles: Strengths and Challenges

    • What Does This Have to Do With Project Management?

    • Share Your Thoughts: What Does This Have To Do With Project Management?

    • Improving Your Effectiveness by Flexing Your Style

    • How Project Managers Can Use Style Flexibility (Demonstration)

    • Some Things To Keep In Mind as You Apply This Learning

    • Week 2 Exercises

    • Summary and Action Steps

    • The Personal Side of Who

    • What's your personal who? Share 2-4 characteristics and how they fit into your why?

    • Week Two Quiz!

  • 4

    Week 3

    • Introduction To What

    • How much planning is too much?

    • All About Planning

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Jen O'Neill)

    • Planning Pitfalls Part 1: The Planning Fallacy

    • Planning Pitfalls Part 2: Misunderstanding the Type of Project

    • Making Sense of Minimum Viable Product (MVP) with Agile Projects

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Danielle Kramer)

    • Planning Pitfalls Part 3: Scope Creep

    • The Triangle

    • So far this week, what's one thing you've found useful?

    • Scope Statements

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Jen O'Neill)

    • Example of Scope

    • Your Turn: Create a Scope Statement!

    • Break It Down

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Steven Schlewitt)

    • WBS Demonstration

    • Example tool: Mindmapping

    • Example tool: Trello

    • Your Turn: Breakdown a Project!

    • Your Personal What

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Lavinia Meek)

    • Week 3 Quiz!

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Molly)

  • 5

    Week 4

    • Introduction To How

    • How To Think About Stress Part 1

    • Is stress a good thing or a bad thing?

    • How To Think About Stress Part 2

    • How to Deal With Risks Part 1

    • How to Deal With Risks Part 2

    • Plan, Implement, and Monitor Risk Responses

    • Example of Risk Management

    • Your Turn: Perform Risk Management!

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Steven Schlewitt)

    • How to Communicate Effectively Part 1

    • How to Communicate Effectively Part 2

    • How to Handle Conflict Part 1

    • What comes to mind when you hear the word "conflict"?

    • How to Handle Conflict Part 2

    • Hear from a Project Manager! (Jen O'Neill)

    • How to Close

    • Wrapping Up

    • Feedback Survey!

    • Week 4 Quiz!

  • 6

    I-LEAD Certification Exam

    • I-LEAD Certification Exam

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