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.

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.…

Constraints Are a Good Thing

The response to constraints of any kind is generally negative. They’re seen as barriers to your success and abilities and are often used as excuses for failure. To an innovator, however, constraints are just more opportunities for creative thinking, problem-solving, and unconventional application of resources. When you’re dealing with limitations, you’re forced to think outside…

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…

Dealing with Tears and Emotions

A recent survey found that 51% of adults said crying at work is unacceptable, but almost 60% said they had done so. There’s a disconnect here. The civil leader understands that tears and emotions are displays of personal distress, and it falls to the leader to respond appropriately. After completing this course, you will be…

Dealing with Your Weaknesses

Everyone has executive skill weaknesses, but you don’t have to accept that those weaknesses will impair your performance or impede your progress towards your goals. Your executive skill strengths can compensate for your weaknesses if you apply them effectively. This reduces the energy you expend trying to use the executive skills that aren’t in your…

Does Your Job Play to Your Strengths?

Too many people end up in a role not because it’s right for them but because it was the road they felt they needed to take at the time. A good fit is a role aligned to your strengths, assigning you tasks that you feel equipped and comfortable executing. Very few positions will be the…

Don’t Just Schedule a Meeting, Host One

You probably hear many complaints about “too many meetings.” If you’re responsible for meetings, make them meaningful – even enjoyable – by being a good host. This means following some logical steps and making room for creativity. This course will inspire you to be more creative in hosting your meetings while also reminding you of…

Drawing Conclusions

The work you’ve done to take in and synthesize data, information, and arguments has gotten you to the point of drawing conclusions. In this course we explore how to analyze the information we have collected and come to meaningful conclusions. Recognize the consequences of action AND inaction Weigh the implications and risks Recognize tools that…

Emotional Awareness

Managers who practice emotional awareness are typically more effective in meeting challenges and relating to others. Being self-aware is the first step to emotional intelligence. This means slowing down and noticing when something has triggered you physiologically. This course describes how emotional responses can cause you to make assumptions or react too quickly. Learn some…

Evaluating Arguments

When you’re practicing critical thinking, you have to eliminate assumptions. Part of eliminating assumptions is deconstructing arguments for or against a conclusion to discover whether they’re based on sound reasoning. You’d be surprised how often logical fallacies can be found at the root of seemingly solid arguments. Proper evaluation will help you determine which arguments…

Every Relationship Teaches You Something About Yourself

Managers work with a variety of people, and diversity of thought and style is an asset to a team. Developing relationships with individual team members can be challenging, however. One way to meet this challenge is to view relationships as a way to learn about yourself. After completing this course, you will be better able…