5 of the Best Learning Resources

Autumn; the back-to-school time of the year. The shiny, new stationery on the shop shelves encourages people to educate themselves and develop their skills. Never stop studying is the key to success; study to maintain your position and to advance. Thanks to technology you have limitless options to educate yourself.

Here is a list of our 5 favourite learning tools:

iLEADWinner of the Management and Leadership Textbook category; Management Book of The Year 2016. A very interactive work, a great collection of exercises and tasks, based on academic research; a self-assessment resource for aspiring leaders.

Skillshare –  You can find courses from story-telling, through graphic design to e-mail marketing on this online educational platform. Courses are taught by industry experts; you can even learn from Simon Sinek or Seth Godin. The primary goal of the course is learning by completing a project. Everyone can be a student or even a teacher in the community of Skillshare.

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How to Understand Your Stakeholders – Our 4-step template helps you to plan engagement for your change project and gain clarity about your stakeholders. After downloading you also get access to a 3-week mini e-mail series on change management.

Gordon Tredgold’s YouTube channelThe ‘leaders’ leader shares short but interesting and engaging videos on topics such as empowerment, success and leadership to help his audience develop their leadership and performance skills.

Duolingo – As the old saying goes “A man who knows four languages is worth four men.” Duolingo is a great way to learn languages. It works like a game as you earn points for the correct answers and it’s ideal for your commute. The app is available free on iTunes, Google Play and Windows Store.

+1: The Coaching Habit – Michael Bungay Stanier’s book will teach you how to provide more effective support to your staff and be a more impactful leader. Read our review of the book in this issue, and Michael talks about his 3-step process for changing habits in 60 seconds or less in our interview.

Have you used any of these tools? Tweet us your experiences @People_Purpose.

 

Ági Galgóczi
Ági is the managing editor of People&Purpose - Positive Leadership Journal. You can get in touch with her via e-mail: support@peopleandpurposejournal.com
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