Our Leadership and Development Courses

We have over 200 new micro-learning courses, built within the last 3 years, available right here, or installed on your Learning Management System (LMS).

Our courses are authored by award-winning designers, and built in the latest technologies, for all devices.

We believe in the power of learning to expand the way we think, the way we see the world. We believe learning can be transformational.

Check out our courses on Critical Thinking, Leadership, Resiliency and more below:

A Better Way to Pitch Your Ideas

Approaching a boss, investor, or another resource with a half-cocked idea is a quick way to get rejected. The key to gaining the approval of teams, leaders, and others is to present them with value. Once you get them on board, you can get the help you need to accomplish your goals while improving your…

A Trick to Viral Marketing

Influencers are some of today’s most, well, influential marketing tools available. They lead masses of engaged followers all over the world by creating content that offers industry insights, product information and reviews, and advice on virtually any topic you could think of. This course will show you how influencers can be utilized to advance your…

Asking for a Friend – How to Ask Questions That Count

Questions are used to collect information and resources. They can be a powerful tool if you use them properly. Being open to asking questions and asking the right questions can greatly improve your workplace relationships and efficiency. The specificity, tone, and timing can change how your questions are perceived and even change the response you…

Assess Your Executive Skills

A thorough understanding of your own strengths and weaknesses is a tool you can employ to become a better employee and a better leader by applying your strengths to the tasks you’re responsible for and intentionally taking responsibility for tasks aligned to your strengths. You can gain that understanding by reflecting on your choices and…

Be Interested

When you are interested in and curious about other people, you are in discovery mode. You’re not making assumptions or letting any biases take over. Other people sense your openness and are more comfortable revealing themselves to you and connecting from a place of authenticity. After completing this course, you will be better able to…

Be Kind To Yourself

Self-compassion may sound a bit “soft” but it’s an effective way to leverage your strengths. Rather than being critical of yourself – especially when things don’t go exactly as planned – try being empathetic. You’d do that for a friend, so it’s time to do it for yourself. After completing this course you’ll reconsider the…

Being an Agile Critical Thinker

Practicing agile critical thinking can improve your relationships and the outcomes of your decisions. Learn the steps of critical thinking and become more aware of your current thinking patterns that could be improved by this method. With an open mind and a curiosity to learn, you can advance your teamwork and performance. Understand what an…

Being Decisive

Making decisions often benefits from collecting data and taking time to weigh all the options – but managers don’t always have these luxuries. To make the best decision possible means getting clear, thinking critically, and being confident in yourself. In this course you will learn techniques to make decisions even when you are short on…

Beware of Your Assumptions

Making assumptions is a completely natural behavior, but it can lead to beliefs and even actions that we would not have come to if we had all the information, and that practice can cause much undue anxiety and stress. Use critical thinking skills to acknowledge and resist assumptions to quiet your biases and save yourself…

Break the Crazy Busy Cycle

Managers must be role models for others, and that means using time to the best advantage. This doesn’t mean cramming as much as possible into a day. It means learning new techniques to help avoid distractions and automatic time-wasters. In this course you will challenge yourself to break the cycle of “busyness” and avoid being…

Break Your Bias Habit

We’re all guilty of bias, but it can be dangerous if left unchecked. Practicing self-awareness and admitting that you might have your own bias is a crucial step in reducing the effect bias has on your decision-making and relationship-building. Once you’ve identified your bias, work toward changing the way you think as a habit.  Examine…

Breaking Goals Down to Make it Do-able

Getting started is often the most challenging part of achieving a goal. It can be intimidating and overwhelming, particularly if your goal involves a new direction or unfamiliar challenges. Breaking the goal down into manageable, less intimidating parts establishes a structured timeline and makes the goal much more mentally digestible. Each time a milestone is…

Build Resilience Through Perseverance

We all know people who seem resilient and able to carry on in the face of difficulties. They allow a little stress to help them maximize their perseverance, be creative, and learn from the experience. This course presents ways to be more resilient in the face of difficulties. You will learn how to persevere and…

Burnout Protection

Burnout is physical, emotional, social, or mental fatigue that comes from maintaining a high level of stress and drive. It goes deeper than regular stress, often manifesting as cynicism or giving up. Learn the steps to fight against oncoming burnout and prevent it in the future, including control, support, boundaries, and purpose. Signs of burnout…

Call Me – How to Level Up Your Phone Skills

Even today, a phone call is still an excellent tool for communication. Being able to hear a person’s voice enables the conveyance of emotion and intonation. It’s important to keep your phone skills fresh so you can take full advantage when a phone call is in order. Make sure you’re ready to listen and communicate…

Can I Be Blunt? – How to Use Tact When Speaking Your Mind

Being direct can improve the effectiveness of your communication, but it’s important to be direct without being tactless. Once you cross that line, your communication can actually damage relationships and have the opposite of the intended effect. Learn to give criticism and convey clear messages without making the situation worse. Consider why and how you’re…

Celebrate When You Achieve Your Goal

Celebrating after a win isn’t just fun and frivolous. It gives your brain the reward it’s looking for after an achievement, motivating you to continue to achieve. When you reach an important milestone or your goal, make sure you take a moment to congratulate yourself, thank your support system, and reflect on your journey. You…

Challenge Your Biased Storytelling

Biases show up in our actions and words, which can be an issue when you’re trying to solve a problem or pitch an idea. Biases prevent us from thoroughly examining the idea before reacting. Then we develop support around the reaction instead of choosing our reaction based on what idea or solution has the most…

Change the Task, Not the Person

Changing people isn’t easy. As a manager, you will get to know people and learn about their unique skills and talents. This allows you to create a “goodness of fit” between people and the tasks that need to be done. In this course you will learn how to reframe thinking about work assignments by changing…