Manager LinkedIn Courses
These are optional courses for new managers, or for those interested in taking a deeper dive into LinkedIn Learning's manager courses.
Remote teams are here to stay, but how do we successfully manage and motivate individuals and teams who we rarely see? How do we keep enough control while still giving them enough freedom to enjoy their work and perform at their best?
Motivate Remote Teams – 2h 41m – Chris Croft
As a leader, you deal with so many personalities daily. To be an effective leader, you need to know how to motivate, lead, and persuade these diverse personalities.
Leading and Motivating Employees with Different Personalities 39m – Kwame Christian
Get tips for demonstrating credibility within a larger team, becoming a more collaborative leader, and burnishing your credibility regardless of your title. Plus, learn how to bounce back if your credibility has been damaged or you need to break a promise.
Developing Credibility as a Leader 35m – Dorie Clark
Harness the power of coaching in the workplace. Learn how to shift from a command-and-control style of management to a manager-as-coach style of leadership to transform employee engagement and bottom-line results.
Coaching and Developing Employees – 54m – Lisa Gates
In this course, leadership expert Sara Canaday shares the differences between managing, training, and coaching, and provides managers with coaching models and skills to support the development and growth of their employees.
Coaching Skills for Leaders and Managers – 34m – Sarah Canady
If you’re new to management, you probably have one huge fear: that you’ll fail. While you probably became a manager because you excelled at your previous position, managing people brings a whole world of new challenges that require new skills.
Best Practices for New People Leaders 1hr 27m – Kirsten Blakemore
Most people are afraid of speaking in public, but effective oral communication is a key skill in business. Jeff Ansell provides simple communication tools, strategies, and tips that are easy to use and produce immediate results.
Communicating with Confidence –1h 16m – Jeff Ansell
In this course, Becki Saltzman shows how critical thinking improves your clarity of thought and conversation confidence, and explains how and when to communicate using critical thinking.
Critical Thinking for More Effective Communication – 46m- Becki Saltzman
In this course, Duke University professor Dr. Daisy Lovelace shares principles and strategies that can help you have more productive, meaningful conversations on topics related to diversity.
Communicating about Culturally Sensitive Issues 55m – Daisy Lovelace
This course is a guide that can help you develop a diversity hiring strategy, increase your candidate pool, and remove bias from your screening and interview process.
Recruiting Diverse Talent as a Hiring Manager, the importance of diversity recruiting efforts 1h 4m – Christine Linder
Emotional intelligence can help you build effective relationships at work. Executive coach and organizational psychologist Gemma Roberts explains what emotional intelligence (EQ) is and why it's important.
Developing your Emotional Intelligence – 1hour – Gemma Leigh Roberts
Explore the four domains of emotional intelligence—self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management—as defined by psychologist and author Daniel Goleman.
Learn Emotional Intelligence, The Key Determiner of Success – 32m – Ann Cuddy
Great leaders focus on the most important priorities. But in a busy work environment, we have to learn to choose wisely. In this course, Dorie Clark equips leaders with tips for managing this balancing act with confidence. Prioritizing Effectively as a Leader – 36m – Dorie Clark
When you begin to manage people, organizing your time reaches a whole new level of complexity—team members may need more time with you than you're anticipating, direct reports may frequently come by your desk with questions, and you may receive more emails than you can keep up with. As a manager, you want to make sure you're being productive with your time while setting a good example for your team.
Time Management for Managers – 1hr 8m – Dave Crenshaw