Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, but teach him to genetically engineer his own fish and—by the gods, what has science done? Evolve your mind with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $69 for one year of unlimited access to 77 online leadership courses ($1,400 value)
- $99 for one year of unlimited access to 77 online leadership courses and FranklinCovey's Productivity Pack, which includes seven one-hour productivity courses ($1,599 value)
- Courses are on-demand for a self-paced experience
- Majority of courses are tablet-friendly
FranklinCovey’s series of On Demand courses covers a wide range of leadership and business skills such as time management and trust building, and incorporates concepts from the popular books of Stephen R. Covey and Stephen M. R. Covey, including The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and The Speed of Trust. 21 of the 84 classes include CEU credit, for a total of 21 hours of possible CEU credit. Customers can watch courses as many times as they like throughout the year.
The $99 option, in addition to the 77 online leadership courses, includes an optional productivity pack with 7 one-hour courses that focus on improving time management and productivity by staying focused. To see the courses included in the 77-course set, click here. To see the courses that are included in the productivity pack, click here.
FranklinCovey—a company that focuses on improving performance through changes in human behavior—is the product of a 1997 convergence of two different lines of thought regarding time management—Hyrum Smith’s Franklin Day Planners and the philosophy behind Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. FranklinCovey has been expanding its multidisciplinary approach ever since then to generate new modes of thinking about the meaning and nature of effectiveness. Nowadays, this approach includes their On Demand interactive online courses, live workshops, and the same books that brought them recognition in the first place. The philosophies guiding these products has also expanded from the core imperatives of Stephen’s 7 Habits to include trust-building concepts from The Speed of Trust by Stephen’s son, Stephen M. R. Covey.