Portfolio and Risk Management
University of Geneva, Tony Berrada, Michel Girardin
Become a better investor and learn how to construct your investment portfolio to manage risk in this course by the University of Geneva.
In this 2006 revision of her 1981 book, child psychologist Jane Nelsen explains why successful parenting lies not in punishment but in working with children to develop solutions with mutual respect.
Post Corona: From Crisis to Opportunity
Scott Galloway uses data from the early stages of the pandemic to analyze how the economic landscape will change due to the COVID-19 pandemic, creating a guideline for the future of business and society.
Power to the People
Bobby Seale, Stephen Shames
This photobook offers a gripping firsthand insight into America's famous Black Panther Party, as told by co-founder Bobby Seale.
Powerful Storytelling Today
Powerful Storytelling Today teaches all there is to know about telling and selling a story, guiding you through how to sway the audience and ensure that people understand what you're saying.
PowerPoint Tips and Tricks
Microsoft Office Certified trainer Heather Ackmann shares her top PowerPoint tips and tricks that can help you take your presentations to the next level.
Practicing Financial Self-Care
Financial Feminist, Tori Dunlap
In this episode of the Financial Feminist podcast, Tori Dunlap talks us through the best ways to financially take care of our future selves.
In Pray Away, director Kristine Stolakis examines the role American evangelical Christianity has played in the popularity of conversion therapy, a type of deadly often religious programming that encourages LGBTQ+ people to 'pray the gay away.'
Robert B. Cialdini
Pre-Suasion takes you through the latest social psychology research to explain how marketers, persuaders, and our environment constantly influence and orient our thoughts and actions.
Predictable Success leads you through the various stages of companies and alternative paths they can and might take, depending on their actions, showing you the safest path towards predictable success, where you consistently achieve your goals.
Predictably Irrational explains the hidden forces that really drive how we make decisions, which are far less rational than we think, but can help us stay on top of our finances, interact better with others and live happier lives, once we know about them.
Presence is Amy Cuddy's study on the power of body language. She shows that by standing tall and strong, you can find the inner power to believe in yourself, and can harness it for whatever life throws at you.
Presentation Essentials: How to Share Ideas That Inspire Action
This course teaches the art of communicating your thoughts, ideas, and feelings confidently and effectively by introducing fundamental presentation essentials.
Presenting Your Work with Impact
Institute of Coding, University of Leeds
This course from the University of Leeds teaches the best techniques to organize, plan, and deliver powerful presentations, no matter the setting.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Prey examines mass immigration, sexual violence, and women's rights in a changing Europe that faces both challenges and opportunities from rising migration.
Prince Andrew: Epstein, Maxwell, and the Palace
In this detailed account of the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, Nigel Cawthorne breaks down Prince Andrew's reputation, his involvement with Epstein and Maxwell, and the effect it has had on the British monarchy.
Prince Charles: Inside the Duchy of Cornwall
This observational documentary takes you through the day-to-day life of Prince Charles and his management of the Duchy of Cornwall, which sustains the livelihoods of thousands of people in the U.K.
Principles holds the set of rules for Ray Dalio's work and life, sharing the secrets the billionaire investor acquired through his career in finance.
Principles for Dealing with the Changing World Order
Ray Dalio, the founder and co-chairman of the world's biggest hedge fund, reveals a framework for predicting the rise and fall of great nations such as the U.S. and China.
Principles of Pleasure
Niharika Desai dives into the complicated history of women, their bodies, and female pleasure while breaking down the limitations of modern sex education and the field of sexual health research.
Prisoners of Geography
Prisoners Of Geography explains how the location of a country dramatically affects its economy, but also how the lay of a country's land can have an impact on wars, trade, and alliances.