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Focus

While business goals are dynamic, leaders can keep their focus by aligning their efforts with organizational priorities. These topics will organize how you determine which goals to tackle first, and allow you to manage expectations every step of the way.

  • Prioritize and focus on solutions contributing to positive outcomes.
  • Organize time and work to align with organizational priorities.
  • Reflect regularly on both success and failures in order to improve your performance.

In this course, you'll be introduced to the Plan-Do-Reflect cycle, a tool that has helped leaders be successful in trying new things. By using it, leaders can create successful plans including follow-through tasks, determine what to do next, and provides a chance to reflect on what happened.

In this course, you'll learn about Visual Brainstorming Tools. Leaders can use these tools to manage their work and time, make decisions, focus their time, or increase their creativity.

Why should we learn about ethics?  Ethical behavior is a fundamental part of our daily workplace activities and a learned skill. Decisions rooted in moral values – principles of honesty, integrity, reliability, fairness, concern and respect – produce effective and responsible results.  Sound ethical behavior also promotes trust and teamwork in the workplace.  Do you consider all the possible outcomes especially in the midst of challenging circumstances?  Are you sure the actions you take in uncomfortable situations will promote reliability, respect and trust with your team?  Take this course, which consists of real-life difficult scenarios, and find out how you would do if you were in the middle of these situations where the best response isn't as obvious as you may think it is.