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LiA Challenge

Take the LiA Challenge! Watch a video brought to you by Leadership in Action on topics that include, Adapting to Change, Budget Successfully and Adding LiA to LinkedIn. After watching the video, complete the Challenge to earn 2 LiA points.

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7 Results

  • 6 Skills For Collaboration

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    Collaboration happens every day from planning Recruitment to completing a project with your co-workers. This video, brought to you by Leadership in Action, will tell you the six skills for collaboration that will make you a stronger leader.

  • Adapting To Change

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    Our lives are constantly transforming, from joining a new organization, graduating from college, moving to a new home or starting a new job. This video, brought to you by Leadership in Action, will share with you four ways to adapt to new change in your life.

  • Adding Leadership in Action To LinkedIn

    Includes Credits

    Soft skills and professional development are some of the top qualities that companies look for when hiring new employees. In this video, brought to you by Leadership in Action, learn how to add the Leadership in Action porgram and Modules you've completed to your LinkedIn.

  • Emergency Preparedness

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    Are you prepared for an emergency, big or small? This video, brought to you by Leadership in Action, makes sure you have all of the essential materials needed for emergency kits.

  • Steps To Budget Successfully

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    A budget is a plan for every dollar you have. It’s not magic, but it represents more financial freedom and life with less stress. It also is a positive way to track your spending and build healthy financial habits and a savings account. In this video, brought to you by Leadership in Action, will teach you how to use the 50/30/20 rule.

  • Table Etiquette During A Dinner Interview

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    Having a meal during an interview can be a nerve-racking experience. Employers use this time to see how you conduct yourself in a social, professional setting, to be sure you can represent the company in a positive way. Knowing table etiquette can alleviate some of your nerves and allow you to focus on the interview. In this video, brought to you by Leadership in Action, go through each piece of a sample table setting.

  • Writing A Thank-You Card

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    A thank-you note or email, can show your appreciation, boost your career, help you get a job offer and strengthen your relationship with a professor, co-worker or networking contact. Sometimes, however, we find ourselves staring at a blank card or screen with no idea where to begin. In this video, brought to you by Leadership in Action, go step-by-step through the process on how to write an appreciation thank-you note.