Change is never easy, but as a manager you have the power to make it easier. In this course, you’ll been provided with the tools and techniques to address the challenges of change and lead successfully.
How can understanding the five stages of the Kubler-Ross Change Curve help you and those around you embrace and navigate change more effectively? Find out in this course.
Ever wonder what keeps employees at some organizations fully engaged and loyal through both good and challenging times? A company’s culture is a significant influence on company success and employee happiness. Learn strategies to change your organization’s culture for the better.
Being able to take feedback in a gracious and productive way can hugely benefit your own development. This course will help you understand why feedback is so hard to take and give you some steps on how to better receive feedback.
We all need feedback to progress and develop. So why do we find it so difficult to tell others when they’re doing something wrong? Find out in this course, as well as some strategies on giving effective feedback.
This course will examine the mindset to adopt when it comes to future planning in management, how you can assess your own likely trajectory, some predictions, and how you can adapt.
Strategy is being planned and organized. Pragmatism is being direct, decisive, and clear – while listening carefully. We’ll look at how having both skillsets will make you a great leader.
This course will examine the importance of having the tech literacy of today’s teenagers, what it takes to be an effective digital leader, and general ways you can improve your own technological literacy.
This course will explain the importance of trust building, how empathy plays a huge part in trust, and how you can achieve both of these with your team members.
In this course we evaluate two very distinctive styles of leadership and see where it’s possible to bridge the gap between groupthink decision making and visionary leadership.
As the world of business changes and develops with the growing prominence of technology, automation and A.I. – this course will look at how your leadership can move with the times.
This course will explain the concept of the multiplier mindset, including what it is, how it can benefit you, and how you can adopt multiplier practices into your own leadership style.
In this course we attempt to shine a light on the potential difficulties involved with managing across generations and uncover some best practices for new managers to consider when assuming authority over a multigenerational team.
In this course, we will explore how modern businesses can leverage technology to create a more inclusive and dynamic working culture and optimize the overall experience for each of their employees.
It can be an awkward, weird move going from the peer to the person in charge. This course will walk you through the transition – how to handle it, how to communicate, and how to lead.
As a manager in this time of widespread international connectivity, it is up to you to adopt a global mindset and let it inform how you influence individuals, teams, and organizations to achieve your corporate goals. This course is designed to show you how.
Since no one on your team is the same, not everyone will be the same to manage. Your style should adapt depending on who you’re connecting with and leading.
This leadership suite course provides the basics on how a manager can be a good ally in the workplace. It’ll examine what an ally is, why it’s important for managers, and how to be one.
Suddenly, as if from nowhere, you’re the new manager. Of people. Yikes. If you never planned for this and you’re feeling slightly – or very – uncomfortable, this course is for you.
In this course we will highlight why new managers can often struggle with impostor syndrome, the different ways it can manifest within you, and impart some techniques you can use to conquer the feelings of professional inadequacy.
Personal development plans are a systematic roadmap for ongoing growth. To create high levels of leadership capacity in yourself, pay attention to “soft” goals that increase your knowledge, skills, and abilities.
When the growth and progress require restructuring or reorganization, your employees will look to you. Provide honest communication and unwavering support as everything changes around them.
There are two ways to measure project time: effort and duration. The duration is calendar-based. Effort is the time it takes to do the. They’re usually not the same.
You’ll see that managing conflict and engaging in effective negotiation are both key for effective organizational behavior within organizations as well as daily life.