Welcoming Drew Scarbrough

Posted on December 21, 2020

The Learning and Leadership Development team is pleased to announce the addition of Drew Scarbrough to the LLD staff. Drew is Joining LLD as a Learning Management Specialist. In this position, he will assist the department with LMS management and e-Learning Content Development. Drew earned a  BS in Telecommunications from Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee. 

2021 First Quarter Course Catalog

Posted on December 21, 2020

Learning and Leadership Development is pleased to announce the release of our 2021 first quarter catalog. You can download a pdf copy of the catalog here.  Please take a moment to check out all of the courses LLD has to offer. Currently, class sizes are limited to 10 and will fill up fast. Register today 

Quick Tip – Overcoming Stressful Situations

Posted on December 16, 2020

5 Stress Management Tips for “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” In what is supposed to be “the most wonderful time of the year” we find ourselves in a trepidatious reality.  Depending on your personal circle, you may have participated in “happy meetings” that resulted in “scary ghost stories.”  Referring back to our Priority 

How Full Is Your Cup?

Posted on December 15, 2020

“I’m tired!” This seems to be a frequent comment from folks.  If it’s not voiced, you can see it in their eyes.  People are tired!  Tired of Covid, tired of social hostility, tired of division, tired of politics, tired of being tired and tired of 2020!  Back in the good ole’ “normal” days when we 

Text to Voice Capabilities

Posted on December 4, 2020

LLD is pleased to announce the implementation of Amazon Polly. Polly is a true to life, conversational text to voice convertor. It will allow more of our custom e-Learning modules to contain voiceover narration. While we can always record audio, using Polly gives us the ability to provide narration for those subject matter experts who 

Personal SWOT Analysis

Posted on October 25, 2020

Performing a personal SWOT analysis is a great way to understand and uncover areas in which you need to improve. Through this process, you will identify  your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Becoming self-aware is the first step to a better you. Better at work, and better at home. Try it today. Download the electronic 

New Course – What are They Really Saying?

Posted on October 25, 2020

  Body Language and Non-verbal Communication – Available Early 2021 Covenant Health LLD is happy to announce the newest addition to our course catalog. What are They Really Saying. This course is a body language and non-verbal communications class that is based on the twenty-plus years of research and experience of former FBI agent and 

Leading Through Adversity

Posted on October 24, 2020

Share Hope When people are searching for meaning and a reason to hope for the future there is something leaders can do.  By the very nature of your position, in times of collective pain and confusion you can help individuals and your organization begin to heal by taking actions that demonstrate your own compassion, thereby 

Microsoft Tip – Changing Word Defaults

Posted on October 23, 2020

Changing the Defaults in Word 2013     Looking for a quick and easy way to change the default font and more in every new Word 2013 document? Here’s how to do it: Right-Click on the Normal stylesheet icon Choose modify and make your changes. Be sure to select the “New Documents based on this template” 

Hello from our Director

Posted on October 1, 2020

  My Individual Leadership Vision “I desire to be a leader others will follow, if nothing else, out of curiosity.”  If you’ve heard me speak about leadership vision, these words will be familiar to you.  This has been my vision for nearly 20 years.  Not only do the words resonate with me, I desire the