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Walters Art Mueseum, Sappho and Alcaeus by Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836–1912)

All on one-page, you will find the list of on-line short courses and full classes across all eight concentrations. First, there is the list of upcoming training options. Then, what was run in the past.  Want something now? You don't have to wait for individual coaching or group training. 

Explore Legacee Academy past and future training courses. All offered online to individuals and groups in organizations.

Take the First Step Forward  —  Explore Your Options


Upcoming Courses & Classes: Also Available On-Demand

    • 21-Aug-2019
    • A 6-module Online Training Program. Available as an Instructor-Led Full Class over 6-weeks. (Level I Learning: Expertise) OR as a 12-week Dual Track Full Class (Level II Learning: Expertise & Skills)
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     It doesn't pay to be lost and confused, uncertain of direction, full of doubt over what work roles you want to play, and what mountain you want to climb on the path to career success. 

    Set-up a FREE CONSULTATION

    Step 1: Craft Your Vision: Flesh Out The Four Roles To a Better Future

    This module is also currently available as a Self-paced Course OR with Coaching & Mentoring.



    Roles aren't just played in Hollywood and Bollywood. On the stage of work, you can be a bit player or a star. Imagine your future roles a future you define — not your boss, not your parents, not your university — you.

    See the Module Course Description 

    Step 2: Set-Up the Environmental Scanning Process




    Sure, you can surround yourself with a zone of complacency and now understand what's going on. But the world is stronger than your security blanket. You might as well know as to be ignorant.    

    Step 3: Identify and Prioritize Threats and Opportunities

    "Luck is what you call it when preparation meets opportunity." — Gen. David Petraeous, Frequent Saying, Washington Post, June 23, 2010


    You’ll be in the career slow lane if you can’t sense opportunity. Worse, you can lose what you have if you don’t deal with primary threats. Be a strategist — of your own career. 

    Globalization is not all peace, love and happiness. The evolving global economic structure has created a number of real threats and possible threats that will have to be dealt with and planned for. This section will look at existing threats and highly probable ones impacting global business.

    It was once said that opportunity is often masked as an insurmountable problem. Since there are no lack of problems in the world, we all must be surrounded by opportunity.

    Unfortunately, very few people know what opportunity is let alone sense it. To paraphrase a Winston Churchill hill saying, "The average man trips over opportunity, but quickly stands up and keeps going."

    Step 4Uncover Your Core Five Skill-sets, Your Virtues, Your Traits 

    “You get hired because of your strengths, fired because your weaknesses.” — Murray Johannsen




    Image by: AnonMoos

    You can't easily change your traits, but you can build your skills. Some skills are always in demand and always pay well. Paradoxically, these are often skills not taught in the universities.  

    In the Core Five model, every role has a unique set of five competencies. They are:

    • Technical. 

    • Leadership. 

    • Management. 

    • Strategy and Tactics, and 

    • Self-Mastery. 

    Be smart — build what the universities don't teach you but corporations want — and what your desired roles require  

    Step 5:  Determine Your Own Strengths and Weaknesses

    “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” — Sun Tzu, The Art of War

    “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” ― Abraham Lincoln

    As Legacees founder likes to say, “Your strengths get you hired, your weaknesses get you fired." There’s nothing worse than being blind-sided; you can’t fix what you don’t know was broken. 

    And remember, no great dream is every achieved with the strengths you now have. Iif you see yourself as an unfinished work, as someone who doesn’t want the same job for 30 years, as a person who wants to move up the ladder of success, you better work on those weaknesses.

    Step 6: Take Action: Perfect The Art of Strategy and Tactical Execution


    Mapping. On the journey of life, you better have a map or you will always be lost. That's the purpose for the first six steps. 

    Once map has given you the layout and your destination, but one must choose from among different paths to get there. For example, skills needed must be built and ignorance diminished.   

    This is the Routing. Choosing the best path is not so easy when you have lots of alternatives to sort through.

    One has to figure out how this has to be done. Understand that there are others who can do your job and machines might as well so forever build skills. Don't stop  

    This is where assessments, a mentor, or a coach comes in handy — it’s vital to get feedback from an expert. They can provide specific details only someone who really mastered a skill is capable of knowing.

    And to make the course more enjoyable, there are:

    Memorable Quotes. Lots of them from the famous and the wise.

    Beautiful Images. Numerous paintings from the old masters. After all, eyes were not made to see in black and white.

    Faded Laurels. Skills have to be refreshed. It doesn't pay to rest on what used to work.

    • 21-Aug-2019
    • A 1-Module Online Program. Offered as a Self-Paced Course OR Customized with Coaching (Concentration: Skill Mapping)
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    "Many are the doors of opportunity open to you. But you must imagine yourself stepping through that door in the future." — M. Johannsen

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    Dream big dreams; only big dreams have the power to move men’s souls.” — Marcus Aurelius

    Success is more than just living in the present. Some people have dreams, but few have vision. Some simply live in the present; but others — they use the present to construct a better future.

    For example, birds exist day-to-day, squirrels store food in the summer for winter. And so it is with people. We best map out the roles we want to play on the stage of work. For we can be a star, but only if we prepare for it.

    You can choose to be a bit player on the stage of work or a superstar. But to be a star, you will want to learn skill mapping

    This module covers essential elements needed to stimulate foresight and construct a personal vision.

    The first-step is not easy for some. Why?  It calls for you to project yourself into the future using your imagination. If you somehow manage to get from K1 to 12 with your imagination intact, surely college will destroy it. 

    The case can be made that formal education causes imagination to atrophy. Think back, in any of your classes at any time in you life, did a teacher ask to close your eyes and use your imagination? Most people cannot come up with one time — not even once in the many years of sitting in a class room. If you somehow manage to get from K1 to 12 with your imagination intact, surely college will destroy it. 

    But what was atrophied can be fleshed out. 

    A core part of this process is to define the key skill-sets required to play a particular role. But before that, one has to define your social roles. Three of them are future oriented, one is related to what you are currently doing.

    Step 2a: Your Current Role

    Step 2b: Your Next Role

    Step 2c: Your Dream Role

    Step 2d: Your After Life Role


    Roles aren't just played in Hollywood and Bollywood. On the stage of work, you can be a bit player or a star. Imagine your future roles — a future you define — not your boss, not your parents, not your university, you.

    Objectives:
    • Develop a deeper understanding of foresight
    • Practice developing a vision for your future.
    • Write out your Four Roles
    • 03-Sep-2019
    • A 6-module online learning program.
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     "Just because you have two ears and a mouth, doesn't mean you know how to communicate." -- A Mother's Advice To Her Son.

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    Despite it importance, few people spend the time to really understand it or to improve the component skills of interpersonal communication. So you might way, the competition is weak.

    Still, at some point in climbing the organizational latter, your skills in this area will either make you or break you. Make the  investment in interpersonal communication skills, it will pay off many times over.

    What Employers Want When Hiring


     Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers 2018 Job Outlook Survey

    Still, at some point in climbing the organizational latter, your skills in this area will either make you or break you. Make the  investment in interpersonal communication skills, it will pay off many times over.

     

    LEARN THESE 6 INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
    • TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONUsing the Full-Duplex Method to drastically reduce miscommunication
    • LISTENING SkillsSix types of listening: Five that improve listening and one that doesn't
    • NONVERBAL CommunicationHow to better read face and hear the meaning in tones and intonation
    • The Use of QUESTIONS: Eight types of questions that shape a conversation
    • Your RELATIONSHIPSHow to generate positive impressions, increase trust, & be better liked
    • INTERVIEWING: Most people don't spend the time needed to polish their communication skills before the interview. And so, they lose the job. Don't let this happen to you.
    • 03-Sep-2019
    • A 4-Week On-Line Short Course in the Verbal Communication Concentration (Level I Learning: Expertise and Skills)
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    Interviews are widely used.  A common ritual of corporations and governments across the world.  And it you you know what you are doing, you can get an advantage and standout. There is a number of these subtle technique that increase the likelihood of you being that one who gets that job. 

    Key Take Aways

    • 7 Cognitive bias you can take advantage of 
    • A powerful pattern to answer questions
    • Types of Questions you should ask
    • How To Prepare: The common mistakes to avoid
    • Great Openings: How to Nail the Positive First Impression
    • Five cognitive biases that you could use to shine   
    • What you must do to stand out
    • The three phases of the interview     



    Stand out From the Crowd

    Stand Out From the Crowd


    You have a two-week money back guarantee.

    • 03-Sep-2019
    • Available as: a Self-Paced Program (Level I: Learning Expertise) OR a Dual Track Short Course (Level II: Skill Learning)
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     "It's not what you know; but who you know." — American Saying

    This module focuses on a key factor of success — your personal and professional relationships. 

    Knowing how to relationships present many benefits. To sum up: 

    • Employees all want to work with someone they like, 

    • They only listen to those they trust

    They know how to convey a positive first impression,

    • They want to work for someone who has credibility, and 

    • They prefer to work with someone who has the empathic skills to deal with their less desirable emotions.

    And of course, one cannot exercise influence if the relationship is not sound. This is one thing, we never get too good at. 



    • 03-Sep-2019
    • Available as: a Self-Paced Program (Level I: Learning Expertise) OR a Dual Track Short Course (Level II: Skill Learning)
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    "How well we communicate is determined not by how well we say things, but by how well we are understood." Andrew Grove, CEO, Intel Corp., One-on-One With Andy Grove, (G. P. Putnam's and Sons, 1987)

    Module Description

    Enhancing the ability to communicate starts with understanding each of the components of the communication process. It means looking at the many sources of misunderstanding that can exist between you and another and taking appropriate action.


    Topics Covered

    • Communication In The Real World

    • Communication Models

    • Sender/Receiver Model

    • One and Two-Way Communication

    • The Full-Duplex Method 

    Would you like us to make this program available before its normal rotation cycle?

    Learning options include:

    a. Enhance Expertise with Self-Paced Learning. Take your time. You have 30-days.

    b. Grow Skills With a Short Course. — Get the theory down the first week and for the next 3 practice your skills — all in a 30-day time frame.

    c. Full Class. Designed for groups rather than individuals, it’s a practical alternative to courses offered at universities. 

    d. Customized. A great option for individuals and groups. Want a learning program that works for you?

    Contact us at info@legacee.com.


    • 09-Sep-2019
    • A 4-Week On-Line Full Class With Instructor
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    "The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority." -- Ken Blanchard



    Many managers and executives depend too much on their authority -- a limited source of power that doesn’t work well on peers and the boss. Consequently, they fail to get the results they want.

    Additionally, many individuals rely too much on positional influence, rather than developing personal influence. Positional influence is typically limited and constrained, but personal influence is something that can be grown and expanded. Another fact limiting influence, is that many tend to act selfishly like dragons hoarding their gold; rather than socially, like philanthropists who spread the wealth of their influence to benefit others.

    This class expands your knowledge by providing practical influence techniques.  You learn about:

    How to project EXPERTISE.


    Ways one can use developmental COACHING.


     The Nature of building CHARISMA.


     Using VISION—The Power of Setting Expectations.


    If you are taking Foundations to Great Leadership concentration, positive reinforcement, punishment, relationships, and persuasion is covered in other Full Classes.



    • 09-Sep-2019
    • A 4-Week On-Line Full Class With Instructor
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    This class expands your knowledge by providing practical influence techniques.  You learn about:

    The Rules of Using AUTHORITY.


    How to Enhance Professional RELATIONSHIPS


     The Essence of MOTIVATION:  Positive Reinforcement & Punishment


     Using PERSUASION —The Power of Setting Expectations


    If you are taking Foundations to Great Leadership concentration, positive reinforcement, punishment, relationships, and persuasion is covered in other Full Classes.



    • 16-Sep-2019
    • A 6-module Online Training Program. Available as an Instructor-Led Full Class over 6-weeks. (Level I Learning: Expertise) OR as a 12-week Dual Track Full Class (Level II Learning: Expertise & Skills)
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    “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” — Kennedy Family Motto

     

    This class is about developing more insight into the kind of success required to deal to deal with difficult times and challenging situations. 

     For example, to be resilient in the face of adversity is one of the most important elements of successful entrepreneurs.

    Learn, Practice and Improve of psychological pillars that help you to overcome adversity.


    "Remember, anything worth doing, is going to be difficult." — M. Johannsen, Advice to future entrepreneurs



    • 16-Sep-2019
    • A 4-module Online Program. Offered For 4-Weeks (Level I Learning: Expertise Develop) OR Over 8-Weeks (Level II Learning: Skill Building)
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    Picture by neurovelho, Sheet Music is the essential theory underlying the creation of all music.

    A FULL CLASS IN THE SKILL-BASED LEARNING CONCENTRATION

    “Our knowledge can only be finite while our ignorance must necessarily be infinite.” -- Karl Popper, Austrian philosopher

    Course Overview

    In the 21st Century, each of us must continually upgrade knowledge and skills. To not do so means we risk unemployment, under employment and a life of stagnant wages. While we live in an Information Age, few schools and universities bother to teach us how to convert theory into skills. Few understand the steps–the processundefinedof how to build skills. The goal of this class is to accelerate someone going from the novice stage to the mastery stage.

    This course presents many insights useful in:

    Defining Skill-based Theory. Not all theory is can be turned into a skill. Discover how to tell what works and what does not.

    Module 1. Must Know Theories For Learning New Behaviors

    “Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” -- Leo Tolstoy

    Image by: Luxmart Art

    Knowing how to get the most out of learning a new behavior means we have to step back and know what understand motivates it. There are three of behavioral theories: classical conditioning, operant conditioning and vicarious learning. You will discover the role each plays, the importance of knowing how to use this ourselves., and ways to apply it.

    Module 2. The Major Cognitive Learning Models

    “You tend to become what you think about.” -- Earl Nightengale: The Greatest Secret


    Roden: The Thinker: Image by: Yair Haklai

    Module Description

    The second major school of learning in psychology relates to cognition. Here the focus is on the black box of the mind, not on observable behavior. Inside the black box, there are many processesundefinedprocesses that run outside of conscious awareness. For example, listening is an extremely important mental process that has few observable elements.

    To learn how to listen, we must go in inside the black box and make changes. This module first looks at general theories of learning then it focuses on Bandura’s Self-Efficacy Theory as one of the more important models affecting our ability to learn.

    3. Discovering Skill-Based Theory 

    “It AIN’T so much the things we don’t know that get us into trouble. It’s the things we know that just ain’t so.” undefined Mark Twain


    Page from book illustration fungi (or mycology) of different species. Woodcut and text. Done in 1581.

    Sound theory one can turn into a skill is surprisingly hard to find. Chefs know that no matter how one cooks the food, bad ingredients still produce tasteless food. It’s a variation of garbage in and garbage out —bad theory produces crummy results. Discover guidelines on how to evaluate the content, determine appropriate context and judge the “experts” to reduce the possibility of trying to build a flawed skill based on bad theory.

    One should take a look at theory from a couple of different aspects. The first is validity; i.e. do you think the method will actually work. There are many theories and models invented by professors which really aren’t valid, despite what the statistical models say.

    The second framework of analysis on how detailed the method is. Does it give you enough information to be able to mentally or physically practice.

    Module 4. The Legacee Skill Model

    “Fire! Ready! Aim!” undefined American saying

    Before on goes on a journey, it’s good to have a map. Before one builds a skill, it’s important to have a Content Learning Guide. The guide helps to flesh out the thinking process. to clearly define theory, process, outcomes and a methodology for learning.

    Goal setting is an important part of the process. Many of us have been exposed to goal setting at work. However, the process that we use in this class is different that what is done in business or government. The first part of goal setting is to use language to draft on a piece of paper what types of results one is looking for. The second phase of the process is to change the words in to images. Many would argue the the images are more important than the words. This is our view as well.

    • 17-Sep-2019
    • A 1-Module Online Program available in a Self-Paced or Coaching Format (Concentration: Transformational Leadership)
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    "When the going gets tough, the tough get going.”  — Kennedy Family Motto


    Many problems bedevil us. We face rejection, job loss, lost friends and love ones, but still we must go on. In psychology, resilience is the capacity of people to cope with problems, issues, and catastrophes. 

    Underlying all success is the mental toughness to overcome defeats, losses, problems, obstacles, mistakes, the critics, the naysayers, the pessimists, the complainers, and those who say it can’t be done. The fundamental truth: nothing rolls down the hill until after it long has been pushed up hill. 

    Anything really worth doing, is going to be difficult. 

    And since most everyone will face difficulties at some point of life, it is important to understand how resiliency works and how mental toughness can be enhanced.

    Learning Objectives

    • What resilience is — what it isn't
    • What it takes to increase your mental toughness
    • Why all great success rests on a foundation of resilience
    • The nature of control in achieving success — both internal locus and external.
    • How not to respond to adversity—the trap of learned helplessness.
    • Take assessments, perform exercises and do application assignments


     



    • 23-Sep-2019
    • A 4-module Online Program. (Level I Learning: Expertise Develop) OR Over 8-Weeks (Level II Learning: Skill Building)
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    A Full Class in the Skill-Based Learning Concentration

    This is an applied class. This program presents a step-by-step format to enhance learning of complex skills. It includes a practice assignments designed to try out new skill development techniques.

    Module 1. How To Practice: The Bare Essentials

    “You can’t learn to swim by reading about it.” – Henry Mintzberg 

    Youth with Violin by Giovanni Martinelli, oil on canvas, ca. 1640-1650

    People continually underestimate the importance of practice. In many corporate settings, the trainer or seminar leader provides training but typically leaves little time for development. The importance of practice cannot be underestimated.

    Skills cannot be build without it. Practice can be physical, but it doesn’t have to be. It can be mental as well.

    Module 2. Enhancing Your Practice: How to Use Visualization and Guided Imagery

    “Immense power is acquired by assuring yourself in your secret reveries that you were born to control events.” undefined Andrew Carnegie

    AnAntonio de Pereda (1611–1678) : The Knight’s Dream
    Mental practice is as powerful as physical practice in building skills. Despite its importance, few understand how to use the mind to build skills. This directly results in a tremendous loss of corporate training dollars and a a huge indirect in terms of skills never developed and never perfected. Learn how to use mental imagery to more quickly develop skills and enhance the usefulness of training programs you attend.

    It’s been known for years that visualization is a key factor in harnessing the healing factors lying untapped with the mind. The same can be said about its importance in building skills undefined its use accelerates the process of learning. But like all tools, one has to know how to use it. There are different types of imagery. Some is known as receptive–useful in both insight and creativity. Another type is known as programmed–a category helpful in skill development. Still other types of imagery are associated with certain types of states, for example such as transitioning between wakefulness and sleep.

    Module 3. Enhance Your Practice: Using Reflection and Self-Monitoring

    “The problem with the world is that the ignorant are cocksure and the wise are full of doubt.” undefined Betrand Russell

    John William Godward (1861–1922): Idle Thoughts

    It has long been known that feedback is an essential element of performance, but there is a real art in knowing to deliver it. One of the most difficult aspects of building a skill is to develop a sense of self-awareness during the practice phase. It is so difficult, that only the champions really know how it is done. However, without the development of this component skill, one really shows very little improvement in the skills we use the most.

    Traditionally, feedback is something one can get from an expert who also posses good coaching skills. However, given the nature of the skills most of you are developing, you will mostly likely not have access to a good coach.

    Sometimes a good friend can provide meaningful feedback and this is worth a try. If these two sources are not available, one has two other techniques: mindful practice and reflection. The assignment is going to be focus on the last two techniques.

    Module 4. Enhancing Your Practice undefined Generating Internal Motivation

    “Skill is nil without will.” undefined Judah ibn Tibbon, c. 1120-c.1190 Spanish physician and translation

    Karl Briullov (1799–1852): Nun"s Dream

    As Abraham Lincoln once remarked at a cabinet meeting, “If I knew what brand of whisky he [General Ulysses Grant] drinks, I would send a barrel or so to my other generals.” Motivation drives skill development. Unfortunately, many skill development efforts fail because those in it don’t address what how to motivate themselves properly. While we can solicit support from friends and family, champions understand they must develop the internal drive to keep going despite the many set-backs one will encounter. Divine the secrets of using internal and external consequences to increase internal motivation. In many cases, a few weeks is not enough time to really master a complex skill. One has to keep at it for years. On example is a foreign language or getting a black belt in Judo. To prevent giving up before the task is complete, one has to address the issue of motivation.


    Image by Mutante. This board is symbolic of mastery of one of the most complex games known–a game that requires years of years of practice to be able to master it.

Past Courses & Classes: Available on Demand for Organizations or Coaching Clients

19-Aug-2019 An Essential Guide to Doing Business With Mainland Chinese (Elective)
07-Aug-2019 Vices To Virtues: Getting Good To Be Great
07-Aug-2019 Reach For the Stars: Developing Into a Great Transformational Leader
05-Aug-2019 The Heroes Way: The Must Know Patterns Underlying Major Achievements
17-Jul-2019 Mastering Reflection: How to Perfect Practice & Learn From Experience (Concentration: The Mastery Practices)
08-Jul-2019 VIDEO PUSH: Using Videos To Create Brand, Capture Leads and Generate Revenue (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
08-Jul-2019 POWERFUL THOUGHTS: Improving Your Performance With Self-Talk (Concentration: The Mastery Practices)
08-Jul-2019 LEAD THE PACK: How To Build Teams and Facilitate Meetings (Concentration: Leadership Foundations)
08-Jul-2019 The ABCs of Performance Management (Concentration: Motivation at Work & Leadership Foundations)
01-Jul-2019 Extending Your Personal Brand To Expand Your Network (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
01-Jul-2019 Linkedin For Business (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
24-Jun-2019 Copywriting Essentials: Creating Knock Your Socks Off Content To Wow Your Viewers (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
24-Jun-2019 Leadership Communication Skills: What You Must Know to Influence a Group (Concentration: Verbal Communication & Leadership Foundations)
17-Jun-2019 Running Cost Effective Email Campaigns (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
17-Jun-2019 Creating A Personal Brand: Getting Started as an Influencer (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
17-Jun-2019 Pitch Perfect: The Secrets of Constructing a Dynamite Presentation (Concentration: Verbal Communication)
10-Jun-2019 Use What's Free: How To Use Publicity to Access The Media (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
03-Jun-2019 The Psychology of Leadership (Concentration: Leadership Foundations)
30-May-2019 Must Know Social Media Strategies and Tactics (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
06-May-2019 Best Practices in Conversion Using Ads and Landing Pages (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
29-Apr-2019 Meditation: Learn It, Practice It, Experience It (Concentration: The Mastery Practices)
22-Apr-2019 Digital Marketing Essentials (Concentration: Digital Marketing—University Format)
15-Apr-2019 LEADERSHIP ESSENTIALS: What You Must Know About Leadership (Concentration: Leadership Foundations)
01-Apr-2019 The Linkedin Starter Pack: What's Essential To Getting Internships and A Better Job (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
01-Apr-2019 Using Facebook Ads To Drive Traffic and Leads (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
04-Mar-2019 12 Timeless Marketing Concepts You Must Know and Master (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
28-Jan-2019 Seeing With the Minds Eye: How to Construct Potent Imagery (Concentration: The Mastery Practices)
07-Jan-2019 Search Engine Optimization: How To Get Free Website Traffic (Concentration: Digital Marketing)
29-Oct-2018 The Breakfast of Champions: Changing Others With Feedback (Concentration Communication Skills)
08-Oct-2018 Building an Essential Application Skill (Concentration: Skill-Based Learning)
10-Sep-2018 The Psychology of Mindfulness (Concentration: The Mastery Practices)
10-Sep-2018 Motivation Essentials: Three Needs You Can Learn (Concentration: Motivation at Work)
03-Sep-2018 Be a Star Manager and Leader on the Stage of Work (Concentration: Leadership Foundations )
03-Sep-2018 The Essence of Wisdom (Concentration: The Transformational Mindset)
26-Aug-2018 Managing Performance Problems (Concentration: Motivation at Work)
16-Jul-2018 Play The Role: Communication Skills For Leading and Facilitating Better Meetings (Concentration: Verbal Communication)

Online Courses Listed by Date

 

Most of these programs were designed by Murray Johannsen, a business owner and an adjunct professor at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and other universities. He has an MBA from the University of Iowa and an M.A. in Psychology from Harvard University, which means he spent way to much time in the library.

Comments or Questions? Feel free to contact him through LinkedIn or by email

 



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Walters Art Mueseum, Sappho and Alcaeus by Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836–1912) 
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