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We have over 150 next-generation micro-learning courses 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.

Mea Culpa – How to Admit When You’ve Made a Mistake

A mistake creates the risk of damaging your relationships and reputation, but it can also create the opportunity to improve your relationships and reputation. Taking responsibility for your errors without shifting blame and making excuses paints you as a more productive person to work with. When you make a mistake, take action to remedy the…

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…

Check Your Email – Tips for Sending Effective Emails

Email is a convenient way to communicate and keep track of your conversations, but some emails are much more effective than others. Consider some of the bad email habits you might have developed over the past ten or twenty years. Correct those habits and optimize your emails to convey your messages more clearly and effectively.…

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…

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…

Wait, What? – Tips to Be a Better Listener

Communication isn’t just talking or sending messages. Authentic communication requires reception by the reader or listener, and that’s usually a two-way street. Learning to communicate more effectively requires learning to be a present listener and to speak when it’s productive to speak. Understand the purpose of the conversation and stick to that purpose. Engage in…

You Don’t Have to Go it Alone

Research tells us that sharing your goal might have a negative effect on your motivation, but when you keep it to yourself, you’re robbing yourself of potentially crucial support, resources, and perspective. You can remedy this dilemma by choosing the right people with whom to share your goals. The person or people you choose can…

Visualization Can Make Dreams Real

The benefits of effective visualization practices are scientifically proven. Simply creating mental images of your goal’s process and the outcome can make it more attainable. The more detailed your visualization, the more powerful your neurological benefit. There’s a reason world-class athletes, billionaire entrepreneurs, and other high-performance human beings regularly employ this technique. Learn the science…

Persevere to Get What You Want

Perseverance is the “persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.” You’re going to hit roadblocks, speed bumps, and points where you run out of energy. The key to success is to push past these points and continue to progress. Your strategic goal planning process can help you break free from stagnation,…

Know When It’s Time to Pivot

You’re going to encounter plenty of distractions and difficulties along your path to your goals. Sometimes, these external factors will delay you or shift your current position away from where you had planned to be. Pivoting realigns your current position with your plan so that you can continue to make steady progress towards your goals.…

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…

The Power of Goal Setting

When you want to achieve something, you set goals. Goals put you in control of the direction of your life and career instead of just being a passenger. Establishing a destination allows you to focus your energy and develop specific steps. It helps you eliminate unnecessary concerns, allocate resources appropriately, and track your progress to…

How to Figure Out What You Want

Sometimes you don’t know where to start when it comes to setting goals for your career and your life. Rather than making progress, you might be stuck in one spot, afraid to move in the wrong direction. Giving yourself time to explore the options for your career, family, health, etc., can lead to ambitions you…

Why You Should Write Your Own Goals Down

Writing things down is how most of us make sure to remember things, like appointments, groceries, and to-dos. The same goes for goal setting. Writing down your goals can help keep you focused and progressing in your chosen direction. A recent study even determined that those who write down their goals are 42% more likely…

Deadlines Get it Done

A goal without a deadline is just a concept. The deadline gives your goal a frame in which you can build the entire detailed structure for achievement. When appropriately applied, deadlines can provide compelling motivation for progress towards your goals. Implement backward or forwards, or both, planning to break down your goal into the individual…

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…