New year, new skills with LinkedIn Learning
One of the best things about working in Library Services – aside from our wonderful customers – is that every day is a learning day. But you don’t have to become a librarian to experience this special joy…all you need to do is check out the many courses and videos on LinkedIn Learning.
Make it your New Year’s resolution to take a closer look. As this short video demonstrates, it doesn’t even have to take up much time in your busy lives.
From business topics, professional and career development, and improving how you use software packages, to taking up new leisure activities such as learning a musical instrument, becoming a better photographer, drawing and graphic design – LinkedIn Learning has something for everyone.
Not used LinkedIn Learning before?
To activate your learning account see the guidance pages on the Intranet.
Once you’ve signed in, check out this short lesson on how to make fresh starts, whatever time of year it is!: Fresh starts are an ideal time to kick-start change.
And here are a few hand-picked courses to get your year off to a positive productive start…
- How to train your brain for happiness
- Happiness tips
- Creating a meaningful life is easier than you think
- The power of storytelling
Happy New Year to all our library customers, and happy learning in 2023!
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