Our Courses

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.

Your Top-Down and Bottom-Up Brain

Our brains are so infinitely complex, we’re not even aware of most of the processes that are constantly occurring, but one of those processes could be contributing to unconscious bias, along with a mess of other bad habits. Fortunately, there’s a way to address and correct this automatic response system. In this course, you’ll learn…

You Can Understand Your Motivations

Your motivations drive you to choose to take action, but they can also drive you to take shortcuts that lead to less satisfying results. When you understand what your motivations are, you can recognize the cognitive biases you might employ because of that motivation. Recognizing those biases will help you analyze options more completely to…

How Do People Perceive You?

How others perceive you may not match how you see yourself because your own cognitive biases can alter your self-perception. The way others see you will affect how they behave toward you and how you think and feel about yourself, which will in turn affect you behave and therefore how others perceive you. This course…

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…

Mental Short Cuts May Slow You Down

Mental short cuts go by many different names. They happen when you react or make a decision without considering all the information you have available. Instead, you might consider only the most recently-received information. What happens when you react without enough information is that your biases have much more influence over your decisions. Learn to…

Stereotypes Can Limit Your View

Today’s society is rampant with stereotypes. Stereotypes are based on the idea that individuals within a group must hold similar characteristics. Virtually everyone has them, but most people are ashamed to admit it, which makes them difficult to explore and resolve. Stereotypes can create biases depending on how your stereotypes fit in with the people…

Recognize Your Own Bias

Bias is part of being human and we’re all guilty of it, but it’s important to be aware of your own bias in order to take more thoughtful action and develop stronger and healthier relationships. Learn the types of bias we use to support and defend our own thoughts, feelings, and actions and how we…

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…

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…

Your Optimism is a Good Thing

Optimism is yet another bias, which means it can unintended consequences, but it’s also important to note that optimism has a significant advantage as well. As with most things, it’s important to apply optimism in moderation and know when it’s appropriate.  Learn how optimism can work to your advantage is some situations and not in…