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:

Small Acts of Team Engagement: Question Insane Rules

Learn how to effectively assert yourself and question the rules and regulations within your organization. This course will help you ask the question “why do we do what we do?” Though an interesting anecdote, we will demonstrate how rules are often baseless. You will discover how to expertly challenge both the written and unwritten rules…

Small Acts of Team Engagement: Small Acts Matter Most

Coach team members to take small steps with a meticulous eye for detail. This course will help you become a leader who understands the significance of small, meaningful acts. Rather than tackling a big and daunting challenge, you’ll learn the benefit of focusing on smaller, achievable goals. You will see how these small steps, when…

Speak Up to Bullies

There are civil ways to speak up to those who mistreat others or show disrespect. Leaders are in a position to “name” a behavior that is inappropriate or wrong, and to model courage and confidence in the face of it. After completing this course, you will be better equipped to deal with workplace bullying in…

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…

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…

The Art of Leadership Presence: Calm in Chaos

This new series from award-winning course designers at Mindscaling, based on the bestselling work of Karen Hough, is released in 4 modules: Part 4: Remain Calm in Chaos Expand capabilities to use body and mind when dealing with chaos; Recognize how to acknowledge, deal, and move on from difficult situations.. Stuff happens. Maybe your team…

The Art of Leadership Presence: Confidence

This new series from award-winning course designers at Mindscaling, based on the bestselling work of Karen Hough, is released in 4 modules: Part 2: Build Leadership Confidence Acknowledge the power of non-verbal communication and how to use body language and eye contact to demonstrate leadership confidence; Practice techniques to exude confidence when speaking to others.…

The Art of Leadership Presence: Consistency

This new series from award-winning course designers at Mindscaling, based on the bestselling work of Karen Hough, is released in 4 modules: Part 3: Practice and Promote Consistency Build trust through preparation and follow-through; Enhance respectful and accountable behavior when playing a team leadership role. Stuff happens. Maybe your team responds to an idea in…

The Art of Leadership Presence: Introduction

This new series from award-winning course designers at Mindscaling, based on the bestselling work of Karen Hough, is released in 4 modules: Part 1: Develop Leadership Presence Identify how leadership presence can benefit your work situation, recognize the value of different types of leadership presence, and create a skill development plan for increasing trust and…

The Power of Borrowing Brilliance

Borrowing Brilliance is a tactic you might have used in everyday life without even knowing it, but this method of problem-solving can lead to blockbuster innovations. When you’re brainstorming, widen your considerations to other fields and the techniques they use to achieve the type of outcome you’re looking for. In this way, you’ll invite novelty…

The Power of Goal Setting

When you want to achieve something, you set goals. Goals put you in control of the direction of your life and career instead of just being a passenger. Establishing a destination allows you to focus your energy and develop specific steps. It helps you eliminate unnecessary concerns, allocate resources appropriately, and track your progress to…

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…

Tips for Building and Maintaining Trust on Hybrid Teams

Trust is critical on these intimate, project-based teams. Trust generates accountability, which generates productivity. When someone expects you – trusts you – to do something, you’re going to want to do it because they’ve given you the gift and honor of trust. As a manager, it’s your job to build and maintain trust in your…

Tips for Helping Hybrid Teams Thrive

You’re in charge of a different kind of work environment now. It’s everywhere, and it’s nowhere. How you handle that environment will determine if your team thrives. Make sure your team understands not only their objective, but also their purpose and how they fit into the company. Keep everyone involved in team meetings and activities,…

Try Changing the Environment

Staying stuck in the same routine discourages your brain from generating thoughts that are different than the thoughts you had yesterday. Break from the norm and take yourself into different environments to generate novel ideas and look at your tasks and problems with fresh eyes. This course is a simple and effective way to break…

Use Executive Skills to Combat System Overload

The constant in-stream of information is a stress in itself, even before you start strategizing, making decisions, and executing. Controlling information overload is crucial to maintaining an effective level of focus and energy. Your executive skills will suffer when you’re mental inbox is overflowing. Boundaries, resources, and management can regulate the stream of information and…

Visualization Can Make Dreams Real

The benefits of effective visualization practices are scientifically proven. Simply creating mental images of your goal’s process and the outcome can make it more attainable. The more detailed your visualization, the more powerful your neurological benefit. There’s a reason world-class athletes, billionaire entrepreneurs, and other high-performance human beings regularly employ this technique. Learn the science…

Wait, What? – Tips to Be a Better Listener

Communication isn’t just talking or sending messages. Authentic communication requires reception by the reader or listener, and that’s usually a two-way street. Learning to communicate more effectively requires learning to be a present listener and to speak when it’s productive to speak. Understand the purpose of the conversation and stick to that purpose. Engage in…

Waiting to Talk is Not Listening

To be a good manager requires many skills, and the most often-cited characteristic of great managers is listening. Many people have trouble listening because it requires turning down the “noise” in one’s own head while paying attention to others. This course reviews the steps of active listening and how to focus your attention away from…

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…