You know all the benefits of facilitating, so we can skip the intro. This course is all about how to facilitate in an efficient, friendly and encouraging way, so your learners will get the most out of their sessions.
Are promotions always the right response? This course will examine why promotions might not be the best reward for good performance, and what you can do instead.
Learning and Development has become increasingly important to businesses. It’s a skill of its own and requires a whole other set of competencies. This short course will explain the many benefits of online facilitating.
This course is going to redefine how you view failure and rejection. They’re not permanent things so let’s take a look at changing your mindset.
Creating the right environment for learning is like laying down the foundations to build a house. This short course will explain all the best ways to create a great learning environment.
Establishing a workplace culture that is free from harassment requires education and awareness. This course is designed to reinforce your code of conduct and organizational policies for acceptable workplace conduct.
Whether it’s changing the subject, letting the perpetrator know that their behavior is not okay, reporting the conduct or providing support to a victim, positive actions from bystanders can help improve negative workplace conduct.
Allyship in the workplace can be an important tool in supporting underrepresented individuals and communities. This course will examine what an ally is, why they’re important, how to acknowledge privilege, and how to be an effective ally.
Ever been worried about calling in sick? This course will examine firstly whether that is a belief we have, whether it’s well-founded, and what we could be doing instead.
When employees blow the whistle, it surfaces wrongdoing and misconduct that can be acted on early. This course is designed to reinforce your code of conduct and organizational whistleblowing policy.
Conflicts of interest occur when an employee has personal loyalties that are at odds with the best interests of their employer. Reinforce your code of conduct and help employees deal with conflicts of interest with this course.
Anti-money laundering attempts to deter criminals by making it difficult for them to conceal the origin of their money earned from crime. Raise awareness about what money laundering is, how it takes place, and how to identify and report it.
A more connected, electronic world brings huge opportunities and benefits, but it also brings risks. Keep your workforce vigilant to recognising and dealing with general technological threats with regular training using this adaptive learning course.
Do actions really speak louder than words? Is diving into tasks better than thinking them through? This course will examine planning versus getting on with it.
Do breaks just get in the way of work? Disrupt your rhythm? Are they just the refuge of the lazy? Some people think so. This course will examine whether they’re right.
If you process customer data, you are affected by the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Keep your workforce up to-date with regular training using this adaptive learning course.
This course will look at what being grateful really is, how to avoid comparisons with others an being happy with what you’ve got, and how to effectively practise gratitude.
This course will cover why our tech addictions are normalised, how to have a healthier connection to tech, how to be more present, and how to break the addiction.
This course will explain the concept of sustainability, illustrate the Three Pillars of Sustainability and what they mean, and describe how being more sustainable will positively impact any organization.
This course explains the importance of reacting to potentially negative situations and stimuli without exploding – getting things off your chest in a healthy way.
This course will explore the importance of reducing waste, the main problem areas, and some manageable changes you can make to reduce how much waste you produce, as an organisation and an individual.
To combat climate change, we need to be aware of our carbon footprint. This course will explore what that is, why it’s important, how we contribute, and what we can do.
Treating people fairly and equally at work is not only the foundation for a thriving workplace, it’s a legal requirement. Get to know the role of the EEOC in preventing discrimination at work, and the laws that it enforces.
There is concern that too few companies are focusing on the risks associated with social media in the workplace. Employers must recognize the risks and take steps to effectively manage them.