Basics of Writing a Resume (JU0802)
This microlearning is about resume design. We discuss why you need a resume, how to create a resume, and the significant parts of the document.
Active Listening (JUL0901)
To listen actively, you have to pay attention. You can't multitask, you can't avoid eye contact, you can't assume, and you can't be formulating your response. You have to hear the information. It needs to enter your brain, and then your brain...
Communicating with Confidence (JUL0906)
In every interaction, it's not what you communicate, but how you communicate that can make all the difference. Do you communicate with confidence? What does that even mean? Well, you must be able to cultivate the emotional control, insight,...
Empowering Employee Decisions (JUL1409)
Empowering employees to make decisions is becoming more common in the workplace, especially with the increase in remote workers. When employees are empowered to make choices, they gain confidence, feeling more invested in their work and the...
Stress Management: Understanding Stress (JUL2075)
Health and Wellness
Welcome to our series on stress management. Eighty percent of workers feel stress on the job, and nearly half of those people say they need help learning how to manage it. But in order to manage stress, you must first understand it. In this...
Creating Collaboration: How to Collaborate (JUL3119)
Just because someone was asked to collaborate doesn't mean they know how to. That's what this course is all about. We'll discuss different types of teams that typically require collaboration and we'll go over knowing if you're the right person...
Social Media: Social Media for Managers (JUL3931)
Social Media and Technology
If you're a manager, dealing with social media can be tough. It can distort what boundaries there are between home and work. Here are some steps you can take as a manager, so social media doesn't become a problem in your office.