The Legacee Academy

Work Skills For Individuals & Organizations

Business Communication Skills (Part II) — What Employers' Covet (Concentration: Communication Skills)

  • 13-Jun-2022
  • 31-Jul-2022
  • A 6-week online training course focused on the key written and electronic skills employers want in those on the fast track.


  • Register now. You have a money back guarantee in the event the course does not run. You can also divide payments into 2 installments of $200 dollars each. Contact if you would like this option.
  • Want to offer this course through your university or corporation?



Why You Should Upgrade Your Communication Skills

 "Just because you have two ears and a mouth, doesn't mean you know how to communicate." -- A Mother's Advice To Her Son.

Communication Skills Employers Want In New Hires

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

Entrepreneur: Warren Buffett Advises Young People on How to Make Twice the Money They Already Make

Make An Investment That Pays Off Many Times Over

Develop Practical Written and Electronic Skills in both Live and Remote Work

It's about practical techniques used in the real world. You learn or practice how to:

      Social Media Tools. It's pretty clear, people don't like text or read text. We need to jazz it up. 

      How Not to Write Boring. Professors you scholar English. A from writing guaranteed to cure insomnia. 

      Grammar Primer. How to write "good" isn't so easy, but it's still important. The foundations need to be understood.

          Four Powerful Persuasive Patterns. There are many that you can use to sell your idea.  

              Communicate Using Video. Can you structure a five or ten-minute video presentation that holds someone’s attention? If so, you'll be popular with a large social network.

              Write Engaging and Interesting Texts & Emails. Don't write like a professor. Write to get someone's attention, hold their interest and motivate an action. 

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                This online class requires you to work independently. Still, there is many opportunities to interact with others as part of the written discussions and optional live forums on important issues of the day such as machine learning and working remotely.  

                Plus Professor Johannsen makes himself available via Zoom meetings to get to know people and answer question you have.

                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.

                If you do have any question about this online class, feel free to contact Professor Johannsen by email at

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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.

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