Kickstart Your Career, Improve Your Skills, and Grow Your Knowledge Today
Beginning a professional career is one of the most exciting times of your life. Unfortunately we don’t know what we don’t know about some important skills that help us get off to a smooth start. This eLearning Library shortens the learning curve.
Leading is complex. We have created a comprehensive library of leadership development topics that help new and emerging leaders build knowledge and skills through a self paced, on-demand series of interactive eLearning courses that shorten the learning curve.
Awareness of Self and Others
Better understanding yourself and the role of a leader is the first key to overall success.
Developing your ability to lead individuals is a critical skill for all leaders.
Maintaining team balance and motivation will help you get the most from your team.
Planning and aligning maximizes success for yourself, the people you lead, and the organization.
Developing leadership skills is a lifetime commitment.
Nowadays, it’s required that businesses take the damage they cause to the environment seriously, and that’s why employees needs you to help them protect the environment for all of us. In fact, by maintaining the required standards, employees can help significantly reduce any negative environmental impact caused by your industry and avoid possible fines from OSHA.
Warehouse and Equipment Safety
There’s no denying it: warehouse work can be hazardous. But by taking the right precautions and staying up to date on our safety training we can significantly reduce the risk of serious injury on the job—or worse. Not only that, these courses can make it even easier for employees to stay certified and on the job.
This group of courses reviews topics like toxic substances, material handling, and hazcom, along with many more. Learning about material and chemical safety isn’t just important, it’s also a good way to earn badges and awards along the way, and for employees to show they take safety in the workplace seriously.
HR Compliance for Leaders
Organizational leaders need to understand work-related policies and laws from multiple lenses – as employees and as managers. It’s important to understand how to plan for and address a number of different situations before they arise, from workers compensation to addressing leaves to understanding “at will” employment.
New hires only have one chance to make a first impression! This section reviews typical organizational expectations and how to “show up” appropriately – from wardrobe to attitude to having a heap of healthy respect for others as they engage with the team.
New professionals might struggle with time management and productivity. This section provides courses and resources to help minimize distractions and better plan their time to remain productive.
A new professional’s ability to effectively communicate with others has a tremendous impact on their success. This includes face-to-face, email, phone, and other forms of contact. This section covers tips and tricks to be a good communicator in a variety of scenarios.
Understand your role and expectations before you attend a meeting, and participate accordingly. Content includes understanding roles and expectations when attending a meeting and how to participate accordingly, understanding the various types of meetings, how to show up prepared, and the importance of taking good notes.
Working with Others
Topics in this section include recognizing when to speak… and more importantly, when to LISTEN, knowing audiences and how to manage conflict and stress to build stronger relationships, avoiding political missteps in the workplace, and apologizing accordingly when necessary.
As a new professional, establishing a strong network of peers and/or having a mentor will help immensely. This content reviews the importance of mentors in personal growth, and tips for effectively building a professional network.
This section provides content to help new professionals with decision making, creating presentations and other methods of communicating ideas.
Learn the importance of establishing a personal “brand” and how to do so. Topics include the value of knowing and expressing a personal brand, and tips for creating a brief “elevator pitch” to quickly promote oneself.
Planning is critical to any successful salesperson – starting with mapping out your overall selling approach and completing short- and long-term territory and account planning.
Prospect & Present
This section reviews strategies and tips for prospecting leads, how to leverage effective communication and listening skills to uncover needs, and how to prepare for and conduct effective needs-based presentations.
Propose & Persist
Getting a prospect to say “yes” is the ultimate goal. This section reviews best practices for proposing a needs-based solution, negotiation strategies, and prioritizing follow-up activities to close deals and maximize your return on energy (ROE).