Enhance Your Career Through On-line Learning
At the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus, we focus on creating a culture of learning, not only for our students, but for our faculty and staff as well.
To support this, there are several online options for professional development and continuing education. No matter your role, there are a wide variety of online resources to support you in your career.
SkillSoft hosts a wide variety of online courses of professional interest, including required training, custom courses, and so much more. Learn at your own pace when it’s convenient for you.
LinkedIn Learning serves as an online library of instructional videos, taught by accomplished instructors and recognized industry experts, that cover the latest software and business skills.
CU on Coursera is a suite of over 150 online courses taught by faculty from across the University of Colorado. It includes interactive videos and resources and has adaptive schedules so courses can be taken at your own pace.
FranklinCovey All-Access Pass
FranklinCovey is a world leader in helping organizations achieve transformational workplace results. The All-Access Pass is provided as a supplementary resource for some of our Instructor-Led Training Courses.
Establishing a good working relationship with your manager is one of the most effective ways to accelerate success in your career. Part of managing up is using the traits of a great manager to support your own boss. The Harvard Business Review defines managing up as, “Being the most effective employee you can be, creating value for your boss and your company.”
LinkedIn Learning offers a wide variety of courses that explore the concept of "managing up" to your supervisor. Not sure where to begin? Try watching this LinkedIn Learning course, "Managing Up Virtually as an Employee".
While working remotely, have you noticed your back hurting more, your eyes becoming more tired, or increased headaches from neck strain? The culprit could be the lack of good ergonomics. The goal of ergonomics is to eliminate discomfort and risk of injury due to work.
Check out LinkedIn Learning for some excellent resources on improving your work space's overall ergonomics. Find out how to adjust the equipment at your desk so you are comfortable and avoid common injuries, learn how to set up your chair correctly for your body type, and find more opportunities to work standing up—even without a standing desk.
Need a recommendation of where to begin? Try watching this LinkedIn Learning course, “Ergonomics 101, Hacking Your Workspace".
As a manager, one of your most important jobs is helping your direct reports create great results within their roles and thrive under your leadership. A key part of your role, therefore, is using the performance appraisal process to create a space for meaningful conversations about performance and clear guidelines on how your employees can succeed. Even in a remote environment, performance reviews can be meaningful, purposeful, and effective!
If the idea of a virtual performance review is stressing you out, check out LinkedIn Learning. Needing a recommendation of a course? Try watching this LinkedIn Learning course, "Virtual Performance Reviews and Feedback".
Microsoft Teams, the communication and teamwork hub of Office 365, was designed to help users meet, connect, and share their knowledge with others.
LinkedIn Learning offers a wide variety of courses and videos on how to use Microsft Teams most effectively. Learn tricks for working with messages and teams, customizing the interface, setting up notifications, running meetings, and more. Additionally, Microsoft Teams is a fantastic tool for managing projects of all different sizes and scopes.
Starting a new project? Try watching this popular LinkedIn Learning course, "Managing Projects with Microsoft Teams".