Words Can Change Your Brain
by Andrew Newberg
Words Can Change Your Brain is the ultimate guide to becoming an expert communicator and using psychology to your advantage, teaching you how to express yourself better, listen more, and create an environment of trust with anyone you speak with.
Work 2.0: Rebel with a Cause
by Hidden Brain
In this November 2021 episode of the Hidden Brain podcast, researcher Francesca Gino explains how acting like a rebel can enhance your creativity, curiosity, and career — even if it makes you or others feel uncomfortable.
Work Remotely: Thrive in a Job from Home
by Darren Murph
Darren Murph shares his personal experience as a remote worker and provides valuable pointers into how we can also make the transition from a regular nine to five to full time remote work.
Work the System
by Sam Carpenter
Work The System will fundamentally change the way you view the world, by showing you the systems all around you and giving you the guiding principles to influence the right ones to make your business successful.
Work Won’t Love You Back
by Sarah Jaffe
Workers the world over are asked to sacrifice both fair wages and comfort for the love of the job. But that love is a scam to exploit the worker, explains Sarah Jaffe in Work Won't Love You Back.
Workflow, Time Management and Productivity for Creatives
by Lisa Congdon
Creatives often find it difficult to manage several projects at the same time. "Workflow, Time Management, and Productivity for Creatives" shows us how we can use workflows, rolling to-do lists, and time blocking to manage our time and be more productive.
Working as a Contract or Temporary Employee
by Barbara Bruno
Working as a Contract or Temporary Employee teaches practical ways of using personal resources, professional credentials, experience, and competence to achieve the best possible success and contentment as a temporary employee.
Working Hard, Hardly Working
by Grace Beverley
In this riveting plea for work-life balance, entrepreneur Grace Beverley directs us away from a toxic work culture and leads us towards a fulfilling, more productive way of life.
by Herminia Ibarra
This results-based book offers a breakthrough model of practical advice for career reinvention that challenges traditional ideas around how we can change our lives.
Working with Difficult People
by Chris Croft
Leadership and management expert Chris Croft explores how to deal with a difficult co-workers and building your own self-confidence, so that your workplace engagement and productivity is not damaged by those seeking to intimidate you.
Working with Upset Customers
by Jeff Toister
In Working with Upset Customers, customer service extraordinaire Jeff Toister teaches you the best methods for dealing with angry customers, growing from the experience, and improving your future service.
World of Wine: From Grape to Glass
by Kerry Wilkinson
From Bacchus to happy hour, wine has a rich and ever-evolving history. The online course World of Wine: From Grape to Glass presented by The University of Adelaide provides a broad survey of wine production and its evaluation.
by Anthony Bourdain
World Travel: An Irreverent Guide is a collection of memories, essays, and practical tidbits about navigating some of Anthony Bourdain's favorite destinations.
Write a Story
by Joshua Mohr
If you love writing but struggle to finish your work, this course provides practical insights to free yourself from procrastination, and keep your creativity flowing until the project's done.
Write Copy that Compels and Sells
by Melissa Cassera
Write Copy that Compels and Sells teaches storytelling techniques to create marketing copy that engages readers from the get-go, and compels them to buy.
Write It Down, Make It Happen
by Henriette Anne Klauser
Write It Down, Make It Happen is a simple guide to help you accomplish your goals through the act of writing, showing you how to use this basic skill to focus, address fears, and stay motivated.
Write Your Book: Start Strong and Get it Done
by Jennie Nash
From developing your characters to structuring your story and coming up with the closing scene, book coach Jennie Nash will share insights that'll help you finish and publish your book sooner in Write Your Book: Start Strong and Get It Done.
Writing a Cover Letter
by Jenny Foss
This course from LinkedIn Learning will show you how to write the right cover letter to reach and convince the decision-makers in the company you want to be a part of, and land yourself an interview.
Writing a Resume
by Stacey Gordon
This course from LinkedIn Learning walks you through how to write a successful and meaningful resume, showing what to include and exclude, how to format, and how to ensure you stand out.
by Judy Steiner-Williams
Step up your relationships both personally and professionally with this course on relationship-building.