by James Thornton
Client Earth is a clear-eyed look at why environmental activism is not enough to address the world's ecological problems.
by Dave Reay
This edX course from the University of Edinburgh teaches us about the inner workings of climate change, why we should care, and how we can fight it.
Closing The Gap
by Teresa Boughey
Human resources expert Teresa Boughey illuminates a clear path to achieving meaningful diversity and inclusion goals that lead to success for businesses and employees.
Coaching and Developing Employees
by Lisa Gates
Coaching and Developing Employees demonstrates that a supportive workplace breeds great ideas, competent employees, and a level of engagement money can't buy.
Coaching Employees through Difficult Situations
by Lisa Earle McLeod
Business founder Lisa McLeod and VP of Client Services Elizabeth Lotardo teach how to lead inspirationally and by example, especially in those moments when your employees most need it.
Coaching Salespeople into Sales Champions
by Keith Rosen
In this book, bestselling author and expert sales coach Keith Rosen lays out a plan to help any manager become a sales coach and develop a high-performing team.
Coaching Skills for Leaders and Managers
by Sara Canaday
We hear the term "coaching" quite a lot these days, but the truth is that we don't really know what coaching is all about. To be a successful coach, in any context, you have to first acquire a very specific set of skills and learn how to support others' careers. Employees need personal guidance, not simply someone who will tell them what to do.
by Shalini Kantayya
In Coded Bias, documentary filmmaker Shalini Kantayya explores the prejudices and threats to civil liberty posed by facial recognition algorithms and AI.
Codependent No More
by Melody Beattie
A guide to setting boundaries, gaining self-esteem, and finding a healthy way out of our addiction to dysfunctional relationships.
by Joe Posner
This episode of the Vox docuseries, Explained, explains the history of coding, how it works, and the future it's building for us.
by Alexander Nanau
In this documentary, a passionate team of journalists investigates how corruption and mismanagement led to a nightclub fire and hundreds of preventable hospital deaths in one of Romania's most notorious tragedies.
Come as You Are
by Emily Nagoski
Come as You Are is a guide to female sexuality, detailing the science of a woman's desire, and how this knowledge can help to improve your sex life.
Come Rain or Shine: Understanding the Weather
by University of Reading
This online course by meteorologists Sylvia Knight and Peter Iness takes a deep dive into the formation of weather systems, how the weather is affected by human behavior, and the intricate mechanisms of climate change.
by Richard Oppenlander
Comfortably Unaware is a well-researched compendium on how our food choices and animal agriculture impact the environment and contribute to world hunger, the destruction of rainforests, and climate change.
by Thomas Paine
Common Sense is a classic piece of U.S. history that will help us see the importance of societies coming together to form a fair governmental system, and how these ideas paved the way for the American revolution.
Communicating about Culturally Sensitive Issues
by Daisy Lovelace
Daisy Lovelace, Professor at Duke University's School of Business, teaches how to steer conversations where culturally sensitive topics such as race, ethnicity, and gender crop up.
Communicating Across Cultures
by Tatiana Kolovou
Communicating Across Cultures is a deep dive into navigating cross-cultural communication in the diverse modern workplace.
Communicating in the Language of Leadership
by Pete Mockaitis
In Communicating in the Language of Leadership, Pete Mockaitis shares vital communication tools and strategies that can help leaders to organize their thoughts, reinforce their message, handle anxiety, and effectively communicate with any audience.
Communicating with Confidence
by Jeff Ansell
In Communicating with Confidence, Jeff Ansell introduces us to tools and strategies that enable us to communicate confidently and clearly, which can help us to speak in public without being affected by nerves.
Communicating with Empathy
by Sharon Steed
Communicating with Empathy is a LinkedIn Learning course that highlights the importance of maintaining both your personal and professional relationships, offerings tips on how to do this effectively and empathetically.