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Jumpstart your creative journey with coaching from a bestselling novelist DESCRIPTION: Perfectionism, originality, and passion are overrated. In this course Elizabeth Gilbert will show you why we should instead strive to be authentic doers who follow our curiosity. She’ll bring key lessons from her latest book, Big Magic, and offer coaching and insights that expand beyond the […]


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Learn to deliver powerful talks from the Head of TED DESCRIPTION: A carefully crafted talk can be the key to evoking empathy, stirring excitement, spreading knowledge, and promoting a shared dream. As the Head of TED, Chris Anderson knows this firsthand. He’s had a ringside seat listening to hundreds of amazing TED speakers whose talks […]


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Learn to hear and appreciate the nuances of each instrument in the orchestra, enabling you to listen more deeply to any kind of music. About this course: The world’s greatest orchestras have the incredible ability to sound so unified they feel like one single instrument. Listening to the music of an orchestra can feel invigorating, […]


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Learn the fundamentals of story structure from our MFA program faculty and complete a detailed, scene-by-scene outline of your novel idea. About this course Have you always wanted to write a novel? Have you started a novel only to run out of steam halfway through? Led by international best-selling authors and professors from The University […]


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Learn critical leadership skills that enable you to inspire and motivate individuals and teams, specifically in arts and culture organizations. About this course Offered by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in collaboration with National Arts Strategies, this course focuses on equipping leaders in the cultural sector with the critical skills for inspiring employee […]


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With social media and a 24/7 news cycle, how do we — as news consumers — make sense of what we hear and read? At a time when we are flooded with an abundance of information and disinformation, it is essential for each one of us to become a more discerning news consumer. About this […]


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How to know if your work is making an impact Course description: This course will introduce you to frameworks and practical tools for measuring the social impact of your company, organization, or initiative. You’ll learn how to articulate short-term outcomes and long-term goals, and connect them to quantifiable metrics that support your decisions. Making sense […]


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Explore emerging innovations in vocal production, audio engineering, recording, and mixing. About this course: We are in the midst of an explosion of musical creativity as a result of technologies that allow you to record music using your laptop or tablet. Whether you are a singer, music producer, audio engineer, or just someone that likes […]


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Course Description Managing Archives provides a practical guide to archives management. It has three main target audiences: those who have been tasked by their organization to manage its archives but who have no prior training; those who are starting out as professionals or Para-professionals in a record keeping environment and need basic guidance; and students […]


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Course Description: This management book is published in association with the Institute of Management and Leadership (ILM). Everyone is so busy rushing around doing their own thing – working, parenting, fire-fighting, trying to manage themselves and others, and in many cases just surviving. Being the Best You Can Be examines how individuals can develop themselves, […]


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