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.

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…

Burnout Protection

Burnout is physical, emotional, social, or mental fatigue that comes from maintaining a high level of stress and drive. It goes deeper than regular stress, often manifesting as cynicism or giving up. Learn the steps to fight against oncoming burnout and prevent it in the future, including control, support, boundaries, and purpose. Signs of burnout…

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…

The Strength of Being Vulnerable

We tend to subconsciously seek out the vulnerability in others while going to considerable lengths to conceal vulnerability within ourselves, even though that vulnerability can make us more appealing, courageous, and trustworthy to others. Practice sharing insecurities in appropriate situations and being honest in your communications with friends and team members, even if it makes…

People Have More Dimensions Than You Think

Your experiences with a person will define your perception and expectation of him or her, but people exist in many more dimensions than what is shown to you. We seek predictability because we take comfort in consistency. Revealing more dimensions of yourself to others can help expand their expectations and encourage team growth.  Dimension in…

Stop Being Afraid of Getting Fired

Avoiding job insecurity often means avoiding risk at work by accepting unprofessional treatment, following weak leadership, and suppressing your individuality and strengths. In reality, you’re not likely to be fired for taking initiative and creating value, even if you take a risk and fail. Companies that don’t value that type of bravery don’t have the…

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…

Being an Agile Critical Thinker

Practicing agile critical thinking can improve your relationships and the outcomes of your decisions. Learn the steps of critical thinking and become more aware of your current thinking patterns that could be improved by this method. With an open mind and a curiosity to learn, you can advance your teamwork and performance. Understand what an…

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…

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…

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…

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…

Overcoming Indecision

Critical thinking takes more time than less effective problem-solving methods, but it isn’t effective to become so involved in the process that you lose sight of the goal. At some point, you have to make a decision. Critical thinking can often generate indecision in the form of “analysis paralysis” or imposter syndrome. Overcoming these concerns…

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…

What ARE Executive Skills Anyway?

Executive skills are not a C-suite exclusive. They’re for everyone. They’re the cognitive skills that help you make strategic decisions, regulate your behavior and emotions, and apply your strengths to your tasks to reach goals. When you’re faced with a problem or opportunity, it’s your cognitive skills that determine how you’ll react and whether you’ll…

Assess Your Executive Skills

A thorough understanding of your own strengths and weaknesses is a tool you can employ to become a better employee and a better leader by applying your strengths to the tasks you’re responsible for and intentionally taking responsibility for tasks aligned to your strengths. You can gain that understanding by reflecting on your choices and…

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…

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…

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…