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Leadership: How to Be a Great Boss

Image Description Chris Croft
10 lessons
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40m
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92%

This course is designed to help you be a great boss, whether you are new to management or have been doing it for a while but want to get some new ideas on how to be better. It’s full of practical tips that you can use immediately. You’ll find out what empowerment really means, how to avoid abdication, what being a Seagull Manager is, and what SPVEG objectives are. We’ll cover the difference between thanking and praise, the two dimensions of coaching, how to do a motivation review, and much more.

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10 Essential Traits for Today's Leaders

Image Description Frank McKinley
10 lessons
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50m
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90%

Leadership isn't easy. You've got to find good people, make the most of their talents, and get them excited about working for you. In the next 10 audio lessons, you'll learn the essential traits you need to become a great leader. You'll discover the most common leadership challenges and how to overcome them. And you can use this course as a compass to keep your growth on the right track, day after day, month after month, and year after year.

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Storytelling for Leaders

Image Description Paul Andrew Smith
18 lessons
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1h 29m
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100%

Storytelling is one of the most sought-after skills in the business world today. Whether you’re trying to set a vision, lead change, encourage creativity, or inspire the organization, storytelling can help you and your message be more memorable, engaging, and effective. In this course, bestselling author and corporate storytelling coach Paul Smith walks you through the elements of a compelling leadership story. Learn the ten most important leadership stories to tell, the eight questions your story needs to answer, how to create the right emotional engagement, and even how to create a surprise...

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Lead like a Military Commander

Image Description Scott McCarthy
13 lessons
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51m
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95%

"Lead like a Military Commander" will take you on a journey through what leadership is and how to apply it across the three domains of leadership: leading yourself, leading your team, and leading your organization. You will learn that leadership is more than simply inspiring others, while also learning how to reach peak performance across the three domains. By completing this course you will develop yourself, lead with conviction, and achieve peak performance with the help of an experienced military commander.

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The Everyday Leader. Part 1: Being Well-Intentioned

Image Description Ronald Stephen Fernandes
9 lessons
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42m
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92%

Hello and welcome to this course! This course is part one of a five-part series on Everyday Leadership. Everyday Leadership, in simple terms, is the ability to apply a complex set of integrated skills to improve the effectiveness of Individuals, Teams, and Organizations alike. By the end of this course on Being Well-Intentioned, learners: • will have a clear understanding of what it means and its relevance in building Leadership; • will access proven tips from Psychology and Neuroscience to apply this skill masterfully; • will chart a blueprint for themselves that is focused on...

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Winning Leadership: Simple and Effective Performance Management Systems

Image Description Sarah Torres-Ferrick
7 lessons
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31m

When it comes to running my business and my team, I live for an effective performance management system. Taking the time to set up a system helps me down the line. I don't have to stress about how to deal with a performance issue or agonize over whether I am being fair to all my high-achieving employees. This course is perfect for you if you manage a team and need to finally set up a performance management system. Don't worry, no MBA required and no fancy HR talk. The course cuts to the basics so you can get back to running your business.

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Coaching Skills for Managers

Image Description Karina Margole
10 lessons
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42m
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93%

In this course on coaching skills for managers, you will learn how to use coaching to supercharge the growth of your reports and the results that you, your team, and your business achieve. You will learn what coaching is, when to use coaching, and when not to use coaching. We will go over the basic coaching skills and what makes a conversation a coaching conversation. We will also look at the question of ethics in coaching. So let's get straight to it.

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Run Brilliant Brainstorms

Image Description Paul Sloane
9 lessons
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52m
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100%

Unlock the creativity in you and your team by learning how to run really effective brainstorms. This course gives you ten powerful methods that displace people out of their comfort zones and enable them to generate many radical ideas. You learn how to facilitate the event, produce creative proposals, and select the winners.

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Innovating in a Crisis

Image Description Dave Birss
8 lessons
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38m
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95%

When times get tough, businesses tend to focus on cost-cutting and damage limitations. But research shows this isn't the best approach if they want to come out of the crisis stronger. In this course, we'll look at how to approach innovation when the pressure's on. We'll talk about the attitude you need to have, how to find the areas to focus on, how to set yourself up for success, how to get ideas out of a team and how to judge the ideas at the end. And when the tough times are over, these lessons will help you keep the innovation going in the good times.

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Creating Psychological Safety in Your Teams

Image Description Mehmet Baha
7 lessons
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34m
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85%

This audio course will teach you how to create psychological safety in your team. Whether you are a team lead, team manager, director, or an employee, you can find actionable insights in this course. By the end of the course, you will be able to explain the meaning of psychological safety, understand its major components, discover inspiring leaders who have created psychologically safe workplaces, and you will be able to implement a "mistakes" approach to make your team more psychologically safe.

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