London (UK), July 2019 - Dedicated to developing new topics, alongside managing existing content, MicroLearn's Creative team have created nine brand new courses to be released in July 2019. The additions increase the size of their off-the-shelf catalogue to over 150 titles.
This season's release sees five new titles added to the popular Management & Leadership series, featuring a course on Operational Agility, which explores the importance of embracing an agile workplace, different types of agility, and the steps an organisation can take to become more agile. These include implementing an agile culture and selecting resilient employees to lead diverse, cross-functional teams.
Additions to the suite also include a new Planning for a Crisis course, which looks at the crisis management process and how organisations can prepare for the unexpected. There is also a new Taking the Lead course, which explores how to become an excellent leader, the focus required to make the role a success, the concept of servant leadership, and the importance of asking for help.
Following the results of a Customer Roadmap Survey in which MicroLearn invited customers to share their topic suggestions and content wish list, they have developed two modules, exclusively covering Coaching and the other exploring Mentoring. The modules were designed to complement and expanded upon MicroLearn’s existing Coaching & Mentoring course.
The Summer Release also features courses on Communicating under Pressure and Workplace Diplomacy, as well as an expansion of the popular Workplace Wellbeing range. This includes the addition of Mindfulness and Letting Go, created in collaboration with the award-winning author and specialist in behavioural skills Liggy Webb.
Ali Soper, Creative Director and Cofounder said, "This year seems to be flying by, and it's that time of year again when we release new content to the library. We're proud to add new courses to our off-the-shelf library regularly, listening to our customers to create the courses our learners actually want and need to do their jobs better, safer, and smarter in the age of the skills economy."