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The Legacee Academy

Work Skills For Individuals & Organizations

Learning How to Coach and Mentor While Developing an Essential Skill (Concentration: Skill Mastery)

  • 11-Jul-2022
  • A Program of Individualize Coaching for Six-Weeks


  • Here is some timeless advise worth remembering. It goes, "The best way to learn something, it to teach it. and the best way for someone to learn, is to be coached."

    This option is for those who wish to teach it to someone you know (a family member, a child, a grandchild for example.)

    You go through the program in 60 days. guide someone you know through it the next 60 days. Then using the same on-line materials you did, teach the skill if you want to.

    They become a better person, you become better too.
  • Learn a skill in 60-days. The goal is to reach a state of excellence — to strive for mastery. You don’t have to waste time with tests and grades. Learn because you want to. Study with a Master Instructor for advice and feedback. It’s like having your own coach, guide and a mentor. Start anytime.

• 100 percent risk free. You have a two-week MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE on all programs.

• START ANY TIME on Self-Paced, Short-Courses and Customized Coaching programs.

• COACHING programs can be offered on a subscription or installment basis. Set-up a FREE CONSULTATION at

• FULL CLASSES always start the following week of the public start date to give time to cover normal administrative items, introductions.

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A Program in Learn and Master a Skill


This full class is oriented toward applying the skill development model and the mastery practices in focused on developing an application skill of your choice.

Throughout the program, individual skill builders have been applying what they know. Theory has ben sanity checked to know that it works, skillful practice has been applied to make sure that one understands the this one needs to employ to get better and better. There will be both the joy of victory and the agony of defeat. Quite satisfaction at making something happen and bone-grinding frustration when it didn’t. Mastery practices have to be mastered and processes have to be perfected.

In this case, one will take an application skills and really work hard at putting what you know to the test of the real world. Choice of an application skill is up to you. For example, you could choose one of the 12 verbal communication skills that underlie great leadership. Communication is a fertile ground to plants seeds of perfection since these skill-sets are so important and they tend to be neglected.

Key Steps in the Process

  1. Define the Theory Set. Choice of good theory is a really important step. Bad theory results in skills not learned.
  2. Come Up With a Practice Plan. A skill must be perfected in a particular context.
  3. Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice Skilled Practice. This is really a cycle. One A cycle that one needs to keep improving.
  4. Lessons Learned. At the end of practice, one needs to step back and take an entire look at the what occurred. What went well and what can be improved.
  5. Next Project. Personal improvement never stops. Should never stop. It needs to be a habit.

    Role of the Instructor

    The instructor will mostly function as a coach rather than as someone who shovels more information at you. 

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    An On-Line Class

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    About Your Instructor

    He Plays These Roles on the Stage of Business: 

    • Founder and Business Owner
    • Professor (Live and Online)
    • Corporate Trainer (Live and Online)
    • ExecutiveCoach
    • Career Coach for Students

    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: skill mastery, 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 write 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.

    Professor Johannsen's Instructor Bio

    Besides having a number of years teaching at universities, Mr. Johannsen runs his own training and development organization focused on skill set's employers are crying for in the areas of: skill mastery; digital, social media and influencer marketing; and leadership skills.  

    Unlike most full-time professors, he knows what employers want and what student lack when it comes to getting work (and getting better work). Murray has seen it over and over again; bad resumes and poorly written profiles and interviews that fail to impress. And so designed the course to deliver the verbal and written skills employers want in employees and supervisors.

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