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.

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…

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…

What to Do When You’re Ghosted

It’s difficult to know what to do when others don’t return your calls or seem to dismiss you altogether. “Ghosting” is most commonly associated with dating relationships, and when it shows up at work, it’s equally frustrating. Whether you’re feeling this way or helping someone else deal with a similar situation, it’s good to have…

When a Crisis Happens at Work

When serious problems happen at work, it’s not unusual for people to try to find someone or something to blame. This often makes the problem worse. It is better to learn how to be courageous, ask questions, and adopt a more systemic perspective. This course presents ways to manage yourself in the face of a…

Why Diverse Teams Win

Diversity isn’t just progress for the sake of progress. Having a team made up of various ethnicities, different genders, and a range of ages actually increases your creativity and productivity. That’s because people who come from various backgrounds with various levels of experience broaden your perspective. This course will show you the error in cultural…

Why You Should Write Your Own Goals Down

Writing things down is how most of us make sure to remember things, like appointments, groceries, and to-dos. The same goes for goal setting. Writing down your goals can help keep you focused and progressing in your chosen direction. A recent study even determined that those who write down their goals are 42% more likely…

Win-Win Negotiation

Rather than think of negotiation as competition, good managers consider negotiation as a way to achieve desired outcomes through collaboration and sharing of resources. The most important aspect of negotiation is preparation. In this course you will learn how to leverage the power of negotiating by adopting a positive mindset, understanding the situation, and developing…

Working with Executive Skills of Others

The unique skill sets in your team have a major influence on daily operations, relationships, and performance. Learning your team members’ strengths and them learning yours creates an opportunity for more effective task management and reduced personal tensions. The resulting improvement in job satisfaction and relationships will have a measurable impact on overall productivity. Get…

You Can Learn to Lead

Being a leader is everyone’s opportunity. It can be learned if you are open to new ideas and ways of working with people. This may mean accepting occasional failure and letting go of “what worked before.” After completing this course you will be better able to adopt new ideas and practices associated with leadership. You…

You Can Understand Your Motivations

Your motivations drive you to choose to take action, but they can also drive you to take shortcuts that lead to less satisfying results. When you understand what your motivations are, you can recognize the cognitive biases you might employ because of that motivation. Recognizing those biases will help you analyze options more completely to…