Characteristics of High Performing Teams

Have you ever led, witnessed, or been part of a high-performing team? A team where each person pulled their own weight, supported others, and produced consistent, high-quality outcomes? Have you ever wondered why other teams struggle to achieve those same results?...

A Managers Role in Career Development

Are employees responsible for their own career development or should you, as their manager, help guide them? Where do your responsibilities start and end? In this micro course, you’ll learn about a manager’s role in an employee’s career development. First, you’ll...

Measuring and Tracking Goal Progress

Keeping motivated while working on various goals can be a challenge. It’s easy to feel defeated, especially when there’s a massive goal looming ahead of us. Tracking your progress while working on goals can also be a challenge. Getting confused on where you are...

Setting Goals that Actually Work

Setting a goal isn’t always easy. Even when we’re committed to change, we can still get caught up in vague ambitions—“I want a promotion” or “I want financial freedom”—while failing to define any specific terms. As a result, our goals become hazy ideas that...

7 New Manager Mistakes to Avoid

You likely have a grand vision of what your role as a new manager will look like. You want to be a good leader and inspire your team, but the reality is that being a great manager is easier said than done. It’s a lot of work to build trust, respect, and...