LinkedIn Learning for UM

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Get personalized recommendations. Watch on your schedule at your own pace. Learn from experts.

The University of Montana is now providing access to Linked In Learning for full and part-time employees.
Their library of over 15,000 courses (with dozens added each week) can help you personalize your professional development at your own pace, on your own schedule. Watch a 3 minute video to answer a quick question, gain skills or knowledge through a short course, or even pursue a learning path of several courses for deeper growth.

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Employee Feedback, Reviews, and Coaching

Discover the characteristics of helpful feedback and learn about different feedback types, how to adequately prepare before delivering feedback, and how to refocus difficult employee reactions. Learn how to create coaching solutions that work, make hard decisions, and turn performance management into an ongoing activity.

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Supporting your well-being during times of change and uncertainty

In this learning path, you can gain immediately applicable skills to support your well-being during times of change and uncertainty. Twenty curated courses cover topics such as practicing mindfulness and meditation; managing anxiety, depression, and stress; calming your mind; and restoring your body.

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Learning to teach online or at a distance

A collection of LinkedIn Learning courses that can aid you in transitioning from traditional, in-person education to teaching online, at a distance, or in   synchronous classes. Includes courses on flipping the classroom and electronic accessibility.

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Leading during times of change

Managers and leaders are constantly confronted with change. Learn the specific techniques to plan your change effort as well as how to address the cultural and emotional challenges that arise during organizational changes.
Skills: Organizational Leadership, Executive Leadership, Change Management, Management