LinkedIn Learning Classes

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning

As a Duke employee, you have free access to these and all other courses on LinkedIn Learning. If you’ve not used this service before, start here and then search for any of the courses below by title.

Work-from-Home Parents

Balancing Work and Life as a Work-from-Home Parent

Working parents are facing significant challenges right now, and the stress of juggling work, parenting and school is very real. A 28-minute class on LinkedIn Learning offers help, including advice on setting logistical, physical and emotional boundaries, practicing self-compassion, and finding meaning in the chaos.

Well-Being in Times of Uncertainty

Well-Being in Times of Uncertainty

In this learning path, you can gain immediately applicable skills to support your well-being during times of change and uncertainty. Twenty curated courses cover topics such as practicing mindfulness and meditation; managing anxiety, depression, and stress; calming your mind; and restoring your body.

Building Resilience

Building Resilience

Have trouble getting by when the going gets tough? Everyone wants to perform well when the pressure's on, but a lot of us withdraw in times of stress or adversity. If you can build your resilience, you'll have an easier time facing new challenges and earn a valuable skill to offer employers.

Anxiety in the Workplace

Managing Anxiety in the Workplace

We all get anxious at times. But what do you do when anxiety is disrupting your job? This course provides resources to help you manage your anxiety and be more effective and successful at work. Dr. Srini Pillay, a Harvard-trained psychologist, explains how to recognize anxiety and understand when you need clinical help.

Depression in the Workplace

Depression in the Workplace

Depression has the curious ability to drain the color out of life, turning even the most mundane tasks into challenges. While no amount of grit can make this condition disappear, there are simple strategies that you can employ to make it through the bad days—and even improve your well-being and productivity in the process.

Avoiding Burnout

Avoiding Burnout

Prolonged periods of stress—related to your work, your home life, or your health—can lead to burnout. In this course, Todd Dewett helps you recognize some of the most common causes of burnout, such as long hours, too much travel, tight deadlines, and no vacation, so that you can figure out how to prevent stress from building up.

Advice for Leaders During a Crisis

Advice for Leaders During a Crisis

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the way we work, live, and lead. How are you navigating these uncertain times? In this course, leading experts in crisis, leadership, and finance provide you important methods to keep you and your team focused, inspired, and aligned during this unique time. Learn how to better handle the constantly changing landscape, determine what information is accurate, re-evaluate your financial portfolio, and gather the skills you need to thrive as a leader amidst uncertainty.