Arudia, an executive coaching and training firm, provides clients with the tools to become strong leaders and effective communicators. Arudia's eLearning is built on a solid foundation of recognized learning theory and incorporates the best of eLearning industry practices. Our curriculum offers self-paced online courses on communication and leadership that are available 24/7, designed to fit our clients' busy lives.

We’ve broken down The Win-Win Conversation into 17 lessons and Coaching Skills into 16 lessons.  Each lesson will likely take you from 10 to 20 minutes to complete, depending on the length of the particular lesson and whether you take advantage of “Apply,” which guides you in applying the lesson’s principles and techniques to your workplace challenges. While self-paced, we find that each course takes the typical busy person six to eight weeks to complete.

In addition to eLearning, Arudia provides individual and team coaching and workshops. Arudia utilizes proven assessment tools such as the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator® to focus on strengths and minimize the effects of blind spots. We coach individuals and teams to leverage strengths to lead and work more effectively.

Our philosophy is to support the whole person by getting to the root of the issue and teaching tools and strategies for long-term success, not just addressing the symptomatic problem. Arudia equips clients with the skills they need to be more effective and less stressed while achieving their professional and personal goals.

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For more information about tools, pricing, and packages, please visit Arudia.com.


    Available courses

    Interested in learning more about our programs before purchasing the full course? This course has preview lessons from Win-Win, Coaching Skills, and includes a link for determining your personality Type!

    Using the Win-Win Conversation, you will learn to solve problems more creatively and in a manner that is more likely to meet the needs of all involved – everyone from clients to colleagues and teenagers to toddlers. By focusing on the underlying needs rather than strategies, and by engaging others, the Win-Win Conversation results in others committing to decisions, even if such decisions fail to meet that person’s needs. The key is for everyone affected to have his/her concerns heard, understood, and then prioritized as necessary.  

    The critical elements of a Win-Win Conversation are to state facts in a neutral manner, to understand one’s own feelings and needs and those of others, and to distinguish the underlying need or goal from the strategy for achieving it. 

    Colleagues and leaders who use the Win-Win Conversation communicate more effectively because they focus on the goals first and the strategies second. Exploring and reaching understanding and (hopefully) an agreement on the goals is a critical first step in productive problem solving and negotiation of any kind. In addition, you will learn to use more neutral language, make requests in a manner that encourages clear, results-focused communication, and encourage others to use these same skills as they respond. 

     

    Coaching Skills harnesses the power of the question to lead, collaborate, and devise solutions. Leaders and team members with Coaching Skills are able to create and hold an ambitious vision for team members in such a manner that others are able to discover, believe, and commit to the vision.  Such discovery is essential to being engaged, inspired, and excited about one’s work. The model 5 Steps to Coach in the Workplace sets forth the simple coaching process that yields powerful results

    Leaders who use Coaching Skills along with the old-style “command and control” approach, increase engagement and trust, solve problems more readily, reduce friction, and enhance productivity and commitment. A culture of coaching improves the capacity of a leader, team, and organization to build and sustain effective relationships and powerfully develop accountability, trust, and commitment. Using Coaching Skills drives innovation, improves team performance, and creates clarity and engagement in a way that everyone appreciates. 

    Coaching Skills harnesses the power of the question to lead, collaborate, and devise solutions. Leaders and team members with Coaching Skills are able to create and hold an ambitious vision for team members in such a manner that others are able to discover, believe, and commit to the vision.  Such discovery is essential to being engaged, inspired, and excited about one’s work. The model 5 Steps to Coach in the Workplace sets forth the simple coaching process that yields powerful results

    Leaders who use Coaching Skills along with the old-style “command and control” approach, increase engagement and trust, solve problems more readily, reduce friction, and enhance productivity and commitment. A culture of coaching improves the capacity of a leader, team, and organization to build and sustain effective relationships and powerfully develop accountability, trust, and commitment. Using Coaching Skills drives innovation, improves team performance, and creates clarity and engagement in a way that everyone appreciates. 

    Using The Win-Win Conversation, you will learn to solve problems more creatively and in a manner that is more likely to meet the needs of all involved – everyone from clients to colleagues and teenagers to toddlers. By focusing on the underlying needs rather than strategies, and by engaging others, the Win-Win Conversation results in others committing to decisions, even if such decisions fail to meet that person’s needs. The key is for everyone affected to have his/her concerns heard, understood, and then prioritized as necessary.  

    The critical elements of a Win-Win Conversation are to state facts in a neutral manner, to understand one’s own feelings and needs and those of others, and to distinguish the underlying need or goal from the strategy for achieving it. 

    Colleagues and leaders who use The Win-Win Conversation communicate more effectively because they focus on the goals first and the strategies second. Exploring and reaching understanding and (hopefully) an agreement on the goals is a critical first step in productive problem solving and negotiation of any kind. In addition, you will learn to use more neutral language, make requests in a manner that encourages clear, results-focused communication, and encourage others to use these same skills as they respond. 

     

    Coaching Skills harnesses the power of the question to lead, collaborate, and devise solutions. Leaders and team members with Coaching Skills are able to create and hold an ambitious vision for team members in such a manner that others are able to discover, believe, and commit to the vision.  Such discovery is essential to being engaged, inspired, and excited about one’s work. The model 5 Steps to Coach in the Workplace sets forth the simple coaching process that yields powerful results

    Leaders who use Coaching Skills along with the old-style “command and control” approach, increase engagement and trust, solve problems more readily, reduce friction, and enhance productivity and commitment. A culture of coaching improves the capacity of a leader, team, and organization to build and sustain effective relationships and powerfully develop accountability, trust, and commitment. Using Coaching Skills drives innovation, improves team performance, and creates clarity and engagement in a way that everyone appreciates. 

    Using The Win-Win Conversation, you will learn to solve problems more creatively and in a manner that is more likely to meet the needs of all involved – everyone from clients to colleagues and teenagers to toddlers. By focusing on the underlying needs rather than strategies, and by engaging others, the Win-Win Conversation results in others committing to decisions, even if such decisions fail to meet that person’s needs. The key is for everyone affected to have his/her concerns heard, understood, and then prioritized as necessary.  

    The critical elements of a Win-Win Conversation are to state facts in a neutral manner, to understand one’s own feelings and needs and those of others, and to distinguish the underlying need or goal from the strategy for achieving it. 

    Colleagues and leaders who use The Win-Win Conversation communicate more effectively because they focus on the goals first and the strategies second. Exploring and reaching understanding and (hopefully) an agreement on the goals is a critical first step in productive problem solving and negotiation of any kind. In addition, you will learn to use more neutral language, make requests in a manner that encourages clear, results-focused communication, and encourage others to use these same skills as they respond. 

    Coaching Skills harnesses the power of the question to lead, collaborate, and devise solutions. Leaders and team members with Coaching Skills are able to create and hold an ambitious vision for team members in such a manner that others are able to discover, believe, and commit to the vision.  Such discovery is essential to being engaged, inspired, and excited about one’s work. The model 5 Steps to Coach in the Workplace sets forth the simple coaching process that yields powerful results

    Leaders who use Coaching Skills along with the old-style “command and control” approach, increase engagement and trust, solve problems more readily, reduce friction, and enhance productivity and commitment. A culture of coaching improves the capacity of a leader, team, and organization to build and sustain effective relationships and powerfully develop accountability, trust, and commitment. Using Coaching Skills drives innovation, improves team performance, and creates clarity and engagement in a way that everyone appreciates. 

    Coaching Skills harnesses the power of the question to lead, collaborate, and devise solutions. Leaders and team members with Coaching Skills are able to create and hold an ambitious vision for team members in such a manner that others are able to discover, believe, and commit to the vision.  Such discovery is essential to being engaged, inspired, and excited about one’s work. The model 5 Steps to Coach in the Workplace sets forth the simple coaching process that yields powerful results

    Leaders who use Coaching Skills along with the old-style “command and control” approach, increase engagement and trust, solve problems more readily, reduce friction, and enhance productivity and commitment. A culture of coaching improves the capacity of a leader, team, and organization to build and sustain effective relationships and powerfully develop accountability, trust, and commitment. Using Coaching Skills drives innovation, improves team performance, and creates clarity and engagement in a way that everyone appreciates.