By: Katarina Kovacevic
Are you ready to step-up your professional game in 2020? From entrepreneurship and start-up essentials to email marketing strategy and anti-racism work, these online courses will help you grow in business and real life.
- How To Grow An Email List That Algorithm-Proofs Your Business (Jenna Kutcher)
In this free training, entrepreneur and marketing expert Jenna Kutcher shares her hard-earned lessons in email list building and strategy. Learn how to build a robust email list, what to say in your emails, when to send them and how to sell to your customers in a totally non-sleazy way. (Yes, it’s possible!)
- The Essential Guide To Entrepreneurship (Guy Kawasaki)
Designed for budding entrepreneurs of all backgrounds and experience levels, this course shows you how to launch a company with confidence and avoid some of the most common start-up pitfalls. Plus, find out how to improve the efficiency of your business plan to attract investors and devoted customers.
- The Women’s Leadership Coach Training Program (Gaia Leadership Project)
A training program for women who wish to develop and support women leaders—either in their own business or for a larger company—this in-depth 13-week course covers everything from help with self-confidence, imposter complex and limiting beliefs to tips on how to best work with your coaching clients.
Cost: TBD; awaiting 2019-2020 details
- Start-Up School (Y Combinator)
How to evaluate start-up ideas, business models with metrics investors want to see, startup finance pitfalls and how to avoid them—you’ll learn it all during this popular 10-week course from Y Combinator, plus gain access to a supportive community and weekly group mentorship sessions.
- Shine Brighter Anti-Racism Classes (Monique Melton)
Creating an equal and truly diverse workplace takes knowledge and real intention. Monique Melton’s live and online anti-racism classes dive deep into several different topics, each one designed to help white women leaders build the confidence to identify and eliminate racism—both in work and personal life.
Cost: ~$75 per class; sign-up for Monique’s email list to get the specifics
Katarina Kovacevic is the owner of Redefined Communications, a company offering blogging and ghostwriting services for women in leadership, and female-focused and purpose-driven businesses. She’s also the founder and editor of RUBY Media, a digital media company that promotes female camaraderie, supports sisterhood and inspires women to make a difference in the world. You can connect with Katarina on Instagram or LinkedIn, or with RUBY on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.