Assertiveness is one of the most important skills you can learn today. It changes the way you communicate, deal with conflict, and your own relationship with yourself.
Everything from choosing courses that are right for you to how to excel in school work, study, writing exams, managing stress, memorizing information and managing time.
An antidote to discontentedly putting up with things, the book can be your first step to a better future.
Do you want to know how to re-introduce passion into your work-life and your career? Learn powerful strategies in order to (re-)ignite the pleasure in your work!
Finding that video calls are sapping your energy? Then this talk is for you! Communications expert Rachel Coffey examines the factors that are causing ‘Zoom fatigue’ and what you can do to combat it.
Part I of An Introduction to Game Theory gives a thorough presentation of the non-cooperative theory. Knowledge of mathematics corresponding to one semester of university studies is required.
If you’re wondering why the variety of motivation theories available can’t solve industrial disputes, learn how human happiness can be measured, manipulated and adapted to every situation.
Maximize how you work remotely. Learn practical actions that can help you be productive and visible when you are working virtually.
Part II of An Introduction to Game Theory gives a thorough presentation of the cooperative theory and can be read before Part I. Knowledge of mathematics corresponding to one semester of university.
A sense of purpose is essential in maintaining a positive mindset. Whether working from home or on furlough, communication expert Rachel Coffey’s talk will help you keep motivated and productive!
Stephen Parker, CHRO at Kearney, discusses the challenges of digitalizing the know-how of experienced employees, why digital learning is taking over, and how COVID-19 forced a change in how we learn.
Can you terminate your contract? This talk explains how to write a contract that you can get out of.