The year is drawing to a close and it may feel difficult to get your employees engaged with learning. Encouraging employees to focus on a specific skill and tackle that training in smaller sessions can help the employee feel like training is more accessible. Our content partners that we are highlighting this month provide a wide range of topics and skills for your employees to dig into. Looking for other ways to engage employees? Head over to our 12-months of learning calendar to find playlists to help you engage your employees all year round.
Based out of the UK, Mind Channel, is one of our more diverse content providers, with over 687 courses in the Content Hub. With topics ranging from Effective Email Writing to Insider Trading, Mind Channel provides primarily microlearn courses on the topics that matter to your company.
Looking for some quick wins for your learners? Check out these courses:
When it comes to compliance content, BSI providers us with a variety of content to help any Australian company get started. In addition to their compliance content, they also have a wide variety of content covering hospitality, retail skills, customer service, and leadership. Their courses come in a variety of formats, often including videos and animation.
Here’s a few of their most popular courses:
Intellezy, a US based company, is a star content partner when it comes to sharpening your technical and soft skills. This award-winning content provider covers a variety of topics, including software, devops, and business skills and provides closed captioning in 20 different languages for all of their courses.
November 13th is World Kindness Day, which seemed like a good opportunity to see what in our library can help our customers honor kindness. As a leader, I was drawn to the Small Acts of Kindness series by Mindscaling. Mindscaling is a great content partner that provides us thoughtful microlearning for leaders to help them navigate leadership and management. Small Acts of Kindness by Mindscaling is made of four short modules, including Assume Best Intentions, Create Energy Around You, Kindness is the Killer App, and Nourish Your Team. I particularly liked the module on assuming best intentions. As a leader, I feel that this is one of the most important things I can bring to work with me every day. By assuming that people are coming to the situation with the best intentions, it becomes easier to communicate and resolve issues, with an understanding that everyone is trying their best.