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The Legacee Academy

Work Skills For Individuals & Organizations


The Full Class Format

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” -- Charles Darwin

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Academy full classes present content weekly just like taking a regular university class. It's perfect for those who want:

  • Expertise within a certain time frame — most courses run four or six-weeks. 
  • A live instructor who guides and augments the content.
  • Optional coaching to take the content to the next level, that of skills.

  • All Sections
All sections have graphics to make them visually pleasing. Most of these are great paintings from some of the grand masters. Many contain quotes.
  • Section I: Objectives
This sets the scope for the module. 

Description. Most modules have a description, a set of objectives (both Level I and Level II) and readings from a text.

Learning Outcomes. There are two types. One is expertise or level I learning. The section are the skill one can develop. 

  • Section II: Contents
Standard content items include:
The Lecture. Normally, and, of course, videos. L

ecture materials from experts in the field or video content created by academy instructors. Of course, we TED or carefully vetted videos from 

Podcasts. We can also hear some of the greatest experts in the world appear on audio, many of which are published authors. 

Readings. These are more than than the first three articles on a Google search, they are carefully chosen to  
  • Section III: Exercises and Application 
What separates a course from a book are the exercises and application assignments. Exercises are usually posts worth sharing. Both are important for they form the basis for skill building.
  • Section IV: For More Information
More articles, videos and resources designed to add to your expertise. 

We also add fun material and content that is just plan interesting.  

Two Ways To Develop Your Expertise

Four Steps to Get Started

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a. Choose a role or map your skills on the stage of business (Optional but highly recommended)

b. For Expertise, choose your ConcentrationFull Class, or self-paced module.

c. For Skills, decide on either Dual Track Coachingor Impact Coaching. Contact us to coordinate on module(s).


This part of the process is easy. It's like buying any product by credit card for the first time. 


1. Choose a public program on this site OR contact us for customized training. 

2. Register and pay for the course of learning.

3. Fill Out Your Profile.

4. Stay on top of the orientation emails you will receive. 


Taking on orientation program is optional, but highly recommended. We run three orientations:

1. Orient Yourself to Moodle. Never taken on online class? We got you covered.

2. Enhance Expertise. For the full classes, we focus on improving reading comprehension, focusing attention, and how to reduce the forgetting curve.

3. Upgrade Skills. Few know how to practice. Fewer still know the mental practices that accelerate skill development.


Engage in one or more of our four, six, twelve or sixteen- week courses. 

Proof of learning does not involve grades (unless needed for employer reimbursement). As evidence of successful completion you receive a certificate (for expertise) and badges (for coaching). 

Develop artifacts elated to the work you do in a course. This can be shared on sites like Linkedin as part of your profile.  

Finally, reflect on experience to develop lessons learned. 

Strive For Mastery

Mastery Level 1: Developing Expertise

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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