Measurement of Success
- Ability to learn and test at the top 20% of current professional level in a given field;
- Ability to demonstrate applied learning through observed measurement to warrant top 20% of AASCB academic performance;
- Complete competencies with scores high-enough to demonstrate predictive ability to advance both professionally and academically within a specific career track.
Unlike other certifications that rely only on subject matter content and examination to ensure recipients demonstrate tested knowledge to be considered a top 20% performer, the SLA also requires a learning experience and performance based on the highest academic accreditation standards (courses must meet AASCB standards to be approved as an SLA program). This means that SLA candidates must meet tested, observed, and applied metrics to successfully earn certification through a learning program and simulated exam experience.
The result is that candidates certified by the SLA have a 94% likelihood of professional success within a field (moving from non-exempt to exempt roles) but perform within the top 20% of a graduate-level academic and applied-professional standard.
National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) and The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Accreditation and Standards and Associations
Certified Programs of the Strategic Alliance Institute Endorsed by the Ontario college for Development Training
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- Certified Professional Coach
- Certified Professional Leader