30min for your development with Lynda #24


Winter is coming! and many of us enjoy staying at home enjoying a book or doing a new course. Here my 3 recommendations for the week, Social Interactions for Multinational Teams, Leading Productive Meetings and Leading without Formal Authority. Download the content and prepare for the upcoming week. Remember, learning is a continuous task, “Self 2.0”.

Social Interactions for Multinational Teams by Luna Checchini

In a diverse and multicultural environment, respectful communication is key to build relationships and trust. This course explains how to avoid common communication mistakes, whether linguistic, written, verbal, or unspoken. Discover how different cultures view eye contact, gestures, personal space, and other body languages. This is a great course for you part of a multinational company, it lasts only 50 mins.

Leading Productive Meetings by Dave Crenshaw

Feel like you’re having too many meetings? Wonder if they’re as effective as they could be? In this course, Dave Crenshaw demonstrates a simple, usable framework that can help you get the most from your meetings—turning them into productive avenues for communicating, connecting, and accomplishing real work. This course is about 1 hour long.

Leading without Formal Authority by Elizabeth McLeod and Lisa Earle McLeod

Demonstrating leadership is important for employees at every level of an organization. There are opportunities to lead every day, whether you hold a formal leadership position or not. In this course, Lisa Earle McLeod and Elizabeth McLeod outline how individual contributors or SMEs can exhibit leadership by influencing, inspiring, mentoring, and motivating others. They also help you overcome unique challenges such as how to communicate when you think your boss or team is headed in the wrong direction. The full course is about 1 hour.

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