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.

Executive Skills on the Job

You’re executing all the time. Applying executive skills can make your most burdensome tasks much easier to execute successfully. It starts with identifying which skills your job requires. Aligning your strengths to the demands of your position will enable you to improve your performance and job satisfaction. If your strengths don’t align with those demands,…

Executive Skills: The Story of Abby and Mark

Everyone has both strong and weak executive skills. Identifying the skills you’re using and how you’re using them allows you to improve them, which better equips you to achieve your goals and objectives. Organizational skills involve your memory and your ability to establish a practical course of action. Regulatory skills involve the ability to react…

Find Your Strengths

We all have weaknesses. Don’t let them become an obstacle to your ambition. Instead, identify and amplify your strengths. Call on your strengths to help you with tasks that are affected by your weaknesses. Take advantage of other team members’ strengths that might be at your disposal, as well as the strengths of your team…

Focus on the Problem, Not the Solution

Solving problems is the key to innovation and advancement, but far too often, we get in our own way by assuming the solution before we’ve really analyzed the problem. Getting stuck on the assumed solution will slow you down, creating more steps that have to be taken to achieve the desired result. This quick and…

Giving Feedback that Works

Giving feedback is essential to playing a management role. People need – and want – feedback that helps them perform well. Managers must overcome apprehensions about giving feedback and take steps to ensure feedback is clear and constructive. After completing this course, you will be better able to manage your concerns about giving feedback and…

Great Managers Ask Powerful Questions

Most breakthrough innovations began with a question, such as “What if?” or a “I wonder?” We often neglect to use the power of questions to focus attention, stimulate ideas, and generate curiosity. These are all very desirable actions that can happen at the prompt of a good question. In this course you will reflect on…

Having Self-Compassion

It’s easy to get into the habit of talking down to yourself, saying things inwardly that you’d never say to another person. Speaking to yourself the way you would speak to a friend or loved one can improve how you feel about yourself, which will improve your performance. Self-compassion is kindness and care you show…

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…

How to Ask More Powerful Questions

Working towards a goal usually involves addressing a series of questions. To simplify the process, we tend to take one idea at a time and treat it as a “will or won’t” situation. This course teaches a broader perspective. Asking the right questions as you work towards your goal can create new possibilities and opportunities…

How to Delegate Effectively

Delegating is much more than taking tasks off your plate. It’s a way to be more productive, develop your team, and enrich your communication skills. When you delegate effectively, you give others the chance to shine. This is every manager’s greatest opportunity. In this course, you’ll consider the benefits of delegating and helping others succeed.…

How to Deliver Bad News

Delivering bad news is part of every manager’s job, whether it’s news of an unhappy customer or an organizational change that has a personal impact. We may be tempted to put off giving bad news or try to make it easier on the recipient – but these approaches can backfire. It’s better to practice the…

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…

How to Speak Up for Yourself

Speaking up for yourself is important in today’s world, where unwelcome comments or actions slip into everyday communications. It’s a manager’s job to model what it looks like to speak up, and to help others who complain of rude behavior in the workplace. This course encourages you to first consider the severity of rude behavior…

Keep Promises

Broken promises lead to a lack of trust. It’s better to keep your promises small and meet them rather than make promises you can’t keep. A leader’s promises are taken to heart, and when broken, are equally as heartfelt. And when a promise cannot be fulfilled, the civil leader is honest about it. After completing…

Keeping Yourself Strong

Strength comes in several forms. You can be physically, mentally, intellectually, morally, or emotionally fit. The strength you value will depend on your experiences and role models. Take a moment to reflect on the type of strength you’ll need to accomplish your goals and dreams for your life. Remember you only get one body and…

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.…

Leading a Purposeful Life

Focus seems to be easy to come by when we’re driven. That drive can help you discover your purpose. You can feel the difference between putting effort into something meaningful and something meaningless to you. Identifying the purpose behind your drive can give you direction and fulfillment that achievement without purpose cannot offer. Be honest…

Make Sure All Voices Are Heard

When members of your team feel ignored or neglected, they can develop low confidence that affects their performance. In essence, you’re lowering their value by not appreciating their value. Increase the value and performance of your team by ensuring that every member knows he or she is appreciated. This course will teach you to facilitate…

Making Introductions

While many people will automatically introduce themselves to one another, leaders still have an opportunity to make introductions meaningful. This means adding some information that’s appealing about each person, such as the person’s unique role or a professional distinction. When you do this, you convey that you’ve taken time to think about the people involved.…

Making the Case for Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is a method of achieving the best solution to a problem. It provides you with a bigger picture and more information on which to base your decisions. By digging deeper and being more aware of poor decision-making practices, you can eliminate faulty habits and facilitate beneficial action within your organization. Understand what critical…