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Help Your Team Build the Skills that Matter Most

Taught by Erica Farmer
Managers play a critical role in creating opportunities for their teams to build the business-critical skills needed today. In this…

How to Keep Your Team on the Bleeding Edge of AI Innovation

Taught by Aishwarya Srinivasan
Navigating the new world of AI isn’t easy, but you need to stay up-to-date so you don’t get left behind.…

A Practical Guide to Upskilling Your Organization on AI

Taught by Megan Leatham
LinkedIn Learning is investing in artificial intelligence across all roles and subjects to serve your entire organization, offering over 800…

The Unspoken Rules of High Performers and High Potentials

Taught by Pete Mockaitis | How to Be Awesome at Your Job
What separates top performers from the rest? Why do some get ahead, while others struggle? In this audio-only course, Gorick…

Building the Reputation and Skills to Become a First-Time Manager

Taught by Chelsea Jay
Are you hoping to land your first managerial role? In this course, learn how you can develop the skills, reputation,…

Maximizing Your Learning and Development Outcomes

Taught by Andy Edwards
How effective is your learning and development (L&D) program? Whether it’s efficiency, effectiveness, happiness, or workplace safety, the desired outcome…

Organizational Learning and Development

Taught by Gina Jeneroux
If you want to attract and retain top talent, you need to provide results-driven opportunities for your employees to learn…

Using Gen AI to Develop Personalized Learning Plans

Taught by Margie Meacham
As we delve deeper into a skills-based world, learning gets a legitimate seat at the table. And in this new…

Learning in the Flow of Work

Taught by Naphtali Bryant
In the modern workplace, learning—in the form of personal and professional development—is now a must-have for many employees who see…

Facilitate Employee Skill Development and Career Mobility as a Manager

Taught by Arit Eminue
Internal mobility is one of the top drivers of positive work culture, helping employees embrace new opportunities and find more…

Creating a Culture of Learning

Taught by Naphtali Bryant
When you deliberately engage employees through learning, they’re more likely to find purpose in their work. But learning and development…

Skills and the Internal Talent Marketplace

Taught by Erica Keswin
“Look inward” may sound like new-age advice for personal growth, but it’s also a great strategy for finding and hiring:…

Building a New Leadership Ladder: Support Women on the Rise (Book Bite)

Taught by Next Big Idea Club
Is the glass ceiling breaking—or is it just getting higher? Even as more women break through the glass ceiling, reaching…

The Future of Workplace Learning

Taught by Amanda Nolen
HR leaders know that workplace learning is the difference between people—and the companies that employ them—staying relevant or becoming redundant.…

Addressing Technical Skills Gaps

Taught by Rashim Mogha
According to the World Economic Forum, 50% of all employees will need reskilling by 2025 as the adoption of technology…

Increasing Learning Engagement: A Skills-First Approach

Taught by Karl Kapp
Today’s global workforce is changing, with personal and professional development now accounting for a big piece of the complete employee…

Skills-First Talent Management

Taught by Tiffany Poeppelman
Managing talent with the skills-first approach can help to unlock your team’s hidden potential. It allows you to identify, develop,…

20 Questions to Improve Learning at Your Organization

Taught by Madecraft
Are you searching for ways to create great learning solutions at your organization? There is a simple set of questions…

Generative AI in Learning and Development

Taught by Dr. Terri Horton
As with a growing number of fields, the future of learning and development will be shaped and powered by generative…

Ten Signs You’re a High-Potential Employee

Taught by Scott Mautz
Want to be part of a select group that’s really important to your organization? They’re called HiPos, or high-potential employees:…