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    • 03-Oct-2022
    • 31-Oct-2022
    • Available Self-Paced or with Coaching on the Dual Track
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    “People Don't Learn From Experience” — J. Edward Deming

    Taking This Program Allows You to in 30-Days:

    • Examine experience to change behaviors that don't work
    • Develop a new skill. We have many from which to choose.

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    What is Reflection?

    It's a way of not doing the same thing, the same way; but always expecting better results (the classic definition of managerial insanity). It is a:

    1. Mental process allowing you to monitor your behavior.

    2. Method for determining what's working and what's not. 

    3. Way to monitor practice to keep improving it.

    4. Learned process accelerating the drive to mastery.

    It's true, most people DON'T LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE and they practice a skill, but SHOW NO IMPROVEMENT OR SLOW IMPROVEMENT. The reason why? They don't use reflection. At very powerful technique that's rarely taught in universities (see story below)

    Learning reflection in this online course will help you to:

    • Not make the same mistake again,
    • Learn from experience, and
    • Enhance practice,

    Reflection is a learnable method to determine what's working and what's not. 

    Learning Outcomes

    "Life teaches, but only if you're willing to learn." — Anonymous


    Level I Learning: Expertise 
    • Identify the causes for not learning from experience
    • Know the 4 major types of reflection
    • Understand 3 major ways to accelerate learning
    Level II Learning: Skill Building
    • Practice reflection in learning a skill.
    • Explore using it as a means of examining an automatic, undesired behavior.

    This Online Course includes:

    • 2 Videos
    • 9 Readings
    • 2 Exercises
    • 2 Assignments

    A Personal Story On The Importance of Reflection

    To my lasting regret, understanding of reflection came much too late in life. What happened was this.

    When I was 52 years old, I accidentally learned about reflection. I happened to be sitting in a lecture at Korea University in Seoul. The course delved into world religions and this particular lecture dealt with Buddhism.

    The professor mentioned that Buddhism had a long tradition of learning through reflection. This aroused me from my normal state of lethargic mindlessness and I asked the professor, “What is reflection exactly?”

    She replied that it was a mental process where you periodically step back and think about an experience and then figure out what went well and what could have gone better. And then she said, “The school of life teaches; but only if you are willing to reflect on experience.”

    Here I was, a creature of the university. Much of my life was spent in a library with my nose in the textbook or in a state of confusion reading scholarly research journals. And yet, I had never been exposed to one of the most valuable tools of learning ever.  — Murray Johannsen, Course Developer & Instructor


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    Want personalized feedback or support? Get instruction from someone skilled at both teaching and coaching. It’s a practical alternative to courses offered at universities —plus you receive a badge and a certificate upon successful completion. Get the theory down the first week practice, focus on skill building the next three. 



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"I don’t think much of a man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday.” — Abraham Lincoln


He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still. — Lao Tzu


My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with your failure." — Abraham Lincoln


"I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process.” — Vincent van Gogh


“Greatness comes from doing many small things well. Individually, they are not very dramatic transactions. Together though, they add up.” — Edward S. Finkelstein

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Self-Paced Course (Level I Learning)

In self-paced courses, you completely access all materials at course start. 

You do assignments and exercises at your own pace within a 30-day window. Assignments and exercises are not graded.

Range from $10 to $50 


Full Class (Level 1 Learning)

The Full Class format assumes an instructor led class with students. You receive feedback on your work and interact with others. Each module is open for two-weeks — one week to read, one week to apply.

Range From $475 to $1950


Dual Track Coaching (Level 2 Learning)

Dual Track Coaching is mentoring and coaching with you in mind. You are expected to read the articles, view the videos and recall what’s important. And you are expected to apply and practice what you learn. Plus you interact with your Master Instructor weekly for the 30-days the course is open. 

Range From $995 to $1995


Bio and Video


Murray Johannsen is founder and President of Legacee and The Legacee Academy where he heads-up the focus on high demand skill-sets not taught well (or at all) by most b-schools. These include the major competencies of: the skill of building skills, digital marketing, and transformational leadership. Murray also keeps one foot in the academia by serving as an adjunct professor at UCLA and other universities. Finally, he continues to research and publish on major developments in the future of work and 21st Century skills. He has a MBA from the University of Iowa and a M.A. in Psychology from Harvard University.

Proof of Learning 
For Coaching & Classes

  • Grades. Grades if needed them for reimbursement.
  • Feedback. Exercises and assignments receive both a numeric score and written comments. In coaching, feedback is primarily verbal.
  • Side Notes. A great tool that shows what you know and what you missed.
  • Proof of Completion. If you do the assignments, we will provide a certificate for you records.
  • Reflection Notes. A key tool in accelerating skill development, rarely used in universities. 
  • Badges. This are attached to specific competencies in a concentration.
  • Sharable Artifacts. Just what employers want to see, proof the you have done what you say you did. This typically show-up on Linkedin as a slide desk, video, or a visually pleasing writing assignment. 
  • Projects. You can share what you can did, typically the strategy, the plan and the results. 
  • Certificates. Complete a concentration and receive a certificate as recognition of your accomplishments.
  • Application Guides. In skill-based learning, you have specific guidance for practice the services as a skill building roadmap.

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