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  • A Basic Guide to Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional Intelligence, the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others, can be used to your advantage in work and in life. After completing this path, you should be able to define emotional intelligence, determine...

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • Become the Leader Others Will Follow

    Greetings, I am an executive coach and leadership educator who helps women and men live and lead more purposefully. My approach to executive coaching builds upon an individual’s personal goals as well as a desire for improvement and impetus to...

    Curated by John Baldoni
  • Building Teams that Rock

    Like a great rock band, healthy teams amplify the diverse talents and skills of each member and harness the collective energy produced to move things forward. Learn what it takes to build a healthy and engaged team, why diversity in...

    Curated by Chris Baker
  • Create a Culture that Makes Employees Want to Stay

    Every organization wants the same thing: to have the kind of workplace culture that makes employees want to stick around. Unfortunately, developing this kind of culture is easier said than done. The resources in this path will help leaders understand...

    Curated by Jillian Cooper
  • Creating a Customer-Focused Culture

    Today’s customers are more demanding and knowledgeable than ever, and their loyalty is fleeting. Organizations find that what worked in the past does not guarantee future success. However, the best in the business know that having a customer-focused...

    Curated by Lisa Ford
  • Everyday Leadership

    Leadership isn't just for CEOs. Show leadership in your workplace by inspiring others to action through your commitment, engagement, teamwork, and enthusiasm. These resources will help you learn how!

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • Evidence-Based Management

    This path will introduce you to the basic principles of Evidence-Based Management, a revolutionary approach that is changing how we manage organizations, teams and people at work. For many years we have based our decisions on intuition and advice from...

    Curated by Lorenzo Gallì
  • How Business Teams Can Embrace Agile

    Agile is a vast movement that is transforming businesses across the globe. Based on the fundamentals of agile software development, agile methodologies can help businesses flourish in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world by eliminating...

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • How to Build a Winning Team

    Building a team is tough enough - but building a winning team that stays engaged and focused, champions one another, and communicates openly - even tougher. Discover what it means to build a team that wins and learn how to...

    Curated by Chester Elton
  • How to Conduct an Effective Job Interview

    It can be as nerve-wracking to interview a job candidate as it is to be interviewed. These resources will help you navigate the interview process as an interviewer; topics covered include the general interview process, mistakes to avoid, and sample...

  • How to Make an Employee Schedule That Works

    Creating an employee schedule is an essential part of running your business - The good news is that doesn’t have to be difficult. This path is designed to help learn how to create staff work schedules faster, easier, and more...

  • How to Nail It As a New Leader

    Making the jump to your first leadership job is one of the most stressful events in life. More than 87 percent of first-time leaders feel frustrated, anxious and uncertain about their new role. Frontline leaders lack confidence and effectiveness in...

    Curated by Evan Sinar
  • Improving Cross-Functional Collaboration

    Cross functional collaboration happens when a group of people with different functional expertise, often from different departments, come together to work toward a common goal. While this type of teamwork can be rewarding and can result in impactful...

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • Keeping Each Generation Happy in the Workplace

    This path will introduce characteristics and tendencies of the different generations and will help the learner understand the values, communication styles, and working styles of each. At the end of the path, learners will be able to identify ways of...

    Curated by Jillian Cooper
  • Leader SMART

    Being an effective leader at any level requires much more than just knowing some leadership principles and having a small collection of leadership skills. Your success depends completely on how SMART you are about WHO you are before you ever...

    Curated by Lynn Wicker
  • Leadership Skills for Managers

    Management and leadership aren't mutually exclusive. Managers need leadership skills to drive engagement in their team, which can create the alignment needed to achieve organizational goals. This path will cover topics like giving feedback, motivat...

    Curated by Anusha Whittaker
  • Leadership Styles and Tendencies

    This path introduces the concept of multiple leadership styles and tendencies. At the end of the path, learners will be able to classify their own leadership style and identify the strengths and weaknesses of different leadership styles. Participants...

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • Leadership in a Digital Age

    What does it mean to be a “Digital Leader”? Is it a title reserved for only technology giants or businesses with seemingly bottomless budgets? The truth is that any business can excel at digital leadership and management, regardless of its...

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • Leading Virtual Teams

    Virtual teams give organizations the ability to source talent from a diverse and dispersed workforce while offering unmatched flexibility to employees in work and personal life. The benefits of virtual teams are clear in today's economy, but they do pose...

    Curated by Anusha Whittaker
  • Leading Your Team Through Change

    Large-scale organizational change has always been difficult, and there's no shortage of research showing that a majority of transformations continue to fail. Use these resources to learn how to successfully lead the next change at your organization.

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • Leaning In: Leadership Challenges for Women

    Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In is a massive cultural phenomenon and its title has become an instant catchphrase for empowering women. These resources, curated from and from around the web, serve as guides to educate learners on the challenges...

    Curated by Julia Huprich
  • Making the Transition to Management

    Have you recently been promoted to a management role? Congratulations! After you take a moment to celebrate, dive into this path, which will help you understand your new role, avoid some common mistakes, and make a great first impression with...

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • Managing The Great Generational Shift

    For decades, demographers and workforce planners have been anticipating a transformation in the workforce, a trend that I call The Great Generational Shift. The shift is not only a function of population trends or demographics, but also in the norms...

    Curated by Bruce Tulgan
  • Managing a Global Team

    Global teams make total sense for growing organizations in today's economy. The benefits of a dispersed team can often outweigh the convenience of a traditional in-office team in a number of areas; but they come with their own set of...

    Curated by Anusha Whittaker
  • Millennials in the Workplace

    Each generation brings with it unique viewpoints, benefits, and challenges, and Millennials are no different. Learn more about Millennials and how this generation will affect the workplace with this path.

    Curated by Tiffany Calandra
  • Strategic Thinking: Think Like a Leader

    Strategic thinking is a process that defines how people think about and create the future for themselves and others. In this path, you'll learn what strategic thinking is, how to develop your strategic thinking skills, and how to apply these...

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • The Intersection of Creativity & Leadership

    Leadership is no longer a novel concept, reserved for the executives and change makers of the world. There is a wide-spread delusion in our societies that a person must be in a position which is described as “leadership” before one...

    Curated by Neville Garnham
  • The Leader's Guide to Giving Effective Feedback

    Many leaders will say that providing constructive criticism and negative feedback is tough: deciding what to say, and when, can be a challenge. It doesn't have to be, though. These resources will have you giving meaningful, effective feedback to yo...

    Curated by Julia Huprich
  • The Learning Leader

    Leaders are learners. The best leaders never stop working to make themselves better. As Kobe Bryant once said, "There is power in understanding the journey of others to help create your own." This path has been designed to help you...

    Curated by Ryan Hawk
  • The Neuroscience of Leadership

    How would your business grow if you could become smarter overnight? What would the impact be if you could tap into more parts of your brain to increase innovation, creativity, emotional engagement, vision, feelings of safety, belonging, and...

  • We All Need a Little Inspiration

    Each week, Dr. Gonzales focuses on coaching and themes related to leadership in public education, focusing on the theme and related videos, articles, and photos. Check back at the beginning of each week and take a bit of time...for a...

  • What Makes Great Leaders Great?

    The workplace is one environment where effective leadership is incredibly important. In this path you will learn that it can mean the difference between success or failure for the company. What makes a great leader? There isn't one simple answer...

    Curated by David Ulrich