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:

Question Thinking: The Key to Transforming Mindsets and Results

Motivation, engagement, creativity, and collaboration all depend on our mindsets, communications and questions. So do our results—as individuals, teams, and organizations. Simply put, a judgmental (Judger) mindset undermines success and Learner mindset accelerates it. The Question Thinking approach provides the key to changing our mindsets, our questions, and our results. Many people say it’s the…

Raising Resiliency: Build Tolerance for Stress

It’s important to reframe stress as an opportunity for learning and growth. This course is designed to help you improve your stress tolerance skills in order to become more resilient. You will discover how moderate stress builds tolerance for stress. We will introduce you to a number of stress-relief techniques such as a “Worse Case…

Raising Resiliency: Engage Yourself

Improve your resiliency by learning how to engage yourself and pursue tasks with energy and persistence. This course discusses how we can begin to take responsibility for our own level of “engagement” in our work, and provides a few tricks to re-ignite our sense of fulfillment and engagement at work. We will teach you techniques…

Raising Resiliency: Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

In order to raise our resiliency, one of the most important things we can do is to understand when our own comfort zone is becoming a liability and holding us back. Being comfortable is nice, but it holds us back from meaningful growth. This course is designed to help you thrive in unfamiliar settings. In…

Raising Resiliency: Make the MOST of It

Increase your resilience by following the tried-and-true MOST method. This Make the MOST of it course will introduce you to a model of resiliency that is proven to deliver results. We will discuss the benefits of taking a ‘motivation inventory’ and of managing moderate stress to avoid becoming overwhelmed. You will explore the fundamentals of…

Raising Resiliency: Resiliency to the Rescue

We can often become emotional or stressed when encountering adversity, and we can often fall into the trap of giving up, blaming someone else, or quitting. Instead, we can learn to raise our resiliency and understand that with a few simple tricks and changes in mindset, we can confront and overcome challenges. This course was…

Raising Resiliency: Start Small

Raise your resiliency by starting with small, manageable changes. This course provides you will a series of 5 small exercises designed to help you get out of your comfort zone. These small steps include everyday tasks such as having lunch with someone new or giving an impromptu presentation. After completing this Start Small course, you…

Raising Resiliency: The Power of Gratitude

Adopt an attitude of gratitude with the tips and techniques presented in this Raising Resiliency series. The Power of Gratitude course will teach you how to give and receive sincere gratitude. We’ll discuss the importance of creativity in employing different forms of gratitude to best suit different types of employees. As a result, those around…

Raising Resiliency: Tips from Super Survivors

Explore the characteristics of inspiring people who are extremely resilient. This Tips from Super Survivors course will introduce you to individuals who have overcome adversity. We will provide examples and demonstrate how these resilient people view their life in its entirety, and don’t allow a single event to define it. We will also explore how…

Recognize Loneliness at Work

Feeling lonely, disengaged, or “different” prevents people from contributing their best efforts. It is a human need to feel part of something, and leaders must recognize the signs of loneliness at work. And more than just recognize, to understand the source of it and take steps, even small ones, to instill a sense of belonging…

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…

Recognizing Basic Human Needs

Uneasy feelings like distraction, agitation, and anxiety can be signs that one of your basic human needs isn’t being met. There are physiological needs like hunger that can inhibit your ability to focus, security and social needs like safety and belonging, and higher-level needs that you might not even recognize as basic human needs. These…

Recognizing the Power of Assumptions

Assumptions are so engrained in our automatic thinking, we usually don’t realize we’re making them. By consciously and actively identifying and challenging assumptions, you can eliminate the biases and stereotypes that get in the way of critical thinking. Recognizing your assumptions helps deconstruct the problem so you can find the most appropriate solution.  Identify the…

Say Thank You

The power of the words Thank You cannot be overestimated. Thank your colleagues, employees, and customers for their efforts, their time, their input. When you make your thank you specific it means even more. “Thank you for setting up the room so nicely.” Means much more than “Thank you for all you do.” After completing…

Seeking Multiple Perspectives

In the critical thinking process, every perspective is valuable because every perspective provides a different view of the issue being solved. The more unique perspectives you have, the more whole your picture of the problem will be, allowing you to reach the most fitting solution. Bringing in multiple perspectives will also help you to create…

Selecting the Best Thinking Tools

Throughout the critical thinking process, you’ll be dealing with a high volume of information. In order to use that information properly to reach the best possible solution, you’ll need to keep it organized and accessible. There are many topics available today for sorting, storing, and sharing information, but not all tools will be suitable for…

Short Fixes for Executive Skill Weaknesses

Your executive weaknesses are likely to affect the people you work closely with. They may even come to regard you as unreliable in certain aspects because of your consistent weakness in that arena. Being aware of the effects of your weaknesses might make it easier for you to devise solutions leveraging your strengths. Incremental changes…

Show Humility

Everyone makes mistakes, and no one is perfect. Leaders who are “big” enough to stand by this fact are much more favorably received than those who try to appear better than others. It is uncivil to place yourself on a pedestal or make others feel less-than. After completing this course, you will be able to…

Show Respect

Respect is a behavior that conveys recognition, appreciation, and even admiration. When leaders show respect, they recognize people are different from one another, and appreciate these differences and contributions. After completing this course, you will be better able to build an inclusion workplace that respects and values all contributors.  Adopt a mindset that all people…