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Give your company's leaders the best online leadership training!

Welcome to the online Science of Leadership Academy! 
20+ hours of research-based video leadership training,  presented in a very engaging way, using real language, that gets to the heart of what leaders really need.

Taught by Mark Murphy, NY Times bestseller, Top 30 leadership guru and Forbes contributor!

 

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See why companies choose this online leadership training...

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AT&T uses only the best tools to develop our leaders. That’s why we choose the Science of Leadership Academy from Leadership IQ and Mark Murphy.

R Darwin Hayes
AT&T University
Leadership Development

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We are pleased to have this e-learning tool as part of our leadership development strategy. And, knowing Mark Murphy is on the leading edge of research regarding leadership, that made it a great choice.

Julie Dutchess
Vice-President Human Resources

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Words can’t express how impressed we have been with Leadership IQ’s Science of Leadership Academy. The value our team has found in the content is immeasurable in terms of keeping our high performance culture top of mind.

Debbie Stein, PHR
Human Resources Manager

 


82 Leadership Training Videos

The Science of Leadership Academy delivers 82 leadership training videos (grouped into 18 leadership competencies) that teach how to manage narcissists & drama queens, hire for attitude, give constructive feedback, lead remote employees, deliver killer presentations, coach employees, and more!  These are the most pressing challenges for today's leaders.

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20+ Hours of Leadership Training

These elearning programs combine engaging video, detailed transcripts, quizzes, and discussion questions. They can be watched individually or in group training sessions.  And they're taught by Mark Murphy himself (top-ranked leadership guru, NY Times bestseller, founder of Leadership IQ and Forbes contributor)!  

 

Based on Research

Our leadership techniques are proven!  Mark Murphy, founder of Leadership IQ, leads one of the world’s largest leadership skills studies, and our work has appeared inThe Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fortune, Forbes, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and U.S. News & World Report. Mark Murphy has also appeared on CNN, NPR, CBS News Sunday Morning, ABC’s 20/20, and Fox Business News.

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Advanced Technology

Our courses are SCORM compliant so you can use them in virtually any LMS.  You can use our Learning Management System (LMS) or you can upload our training programs into your own system. When you use Leadership IQ's LMS, real-time reporting makes it easy to keep track of the learning in your organization.  

 

 


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We'd love to hear from you. Call us at 1-800-814-7859 and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have.

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