Shelley Osborne

Shelley Osborne

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Author of The Upskilling Imperative

About Shelley Osborne

Shelley Osborne is the vice president of learning at Udemy, where she leads the company’s learning strategy and continuous upskilling of employees globally. Shelley is the author of an upcoming McGraw Hill book, The Upskilling Imperative: Five Ways to Make Learning Core to the Way We Work.

More From Shelley Osborne

Leadership

Under Pressure: 6 Ways to Be a Good Manager in an Ongoing Crisis

For many, 2021 feels hopeful. A new year presents an opportunity to start fresh. Although it's good to be positive -- and we need hope to keep moving forward -- leaders are still managing teams during a long-term crisis and must foster team agility and resilience to roll with the punches.
Feedback

This Former High-School Teacher Emphasizes the Importance of Establishing Multiple Feedback Channels, Even Remotely

How can we be effective at giving feedback remotely, not only during performance reviews, but all the time?
Leadership

6 Tips on How to Be a Leader Others Can Learn From

In times of change and volatility, leaders should model a growth mindset and take a future-forward approach.
Continuous Learning

Making Time for Learning When No One Has Time

Six ways leaders can take a more creative and flexible approach to professional development during this challenging time.
teachers

5 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Glean From Their Kids' K-12 Teachers

Remember that teacher you loved in second grade who was so honest and constructive in her advice? Be that kind of entrepreneur.
Interviewing

Here's How to Spotlight Skills Over Schooling in Your Next Job Interview

Talking up your skills -- and how you have applied them -- can be a good indicator of your value as an employee.
Soft Skills

How Soft Skills Can Help You Get Ahead in a Tech World

Knowing how to code will only get you so far.
College Graduates

Grads, Feel Like Your Diploma Might Not Be Enough? These Are the Skills You Need.

Many of us come out of school feeling like we don't have 'job skills.'
Learning

How to Incorporate This One Employee Perk to Improve Your Business

Building a learning culture fuels business success.