Employees don’t quit jobs, they quit supervisors. Make sure your supervisors are the best part of every employee’s job.
Whether the goal is to interview for attitude, set aside their own bias, predict future performance or just keep questions on a legally safe path, this collection of brand new programs this designed to provide managers with the planning and preparation tools they need to substitute dread and anxiety with focus and excitement.
As a manager, recognizing a potentially troublesome employee situation then quickly taking action is key to keeping your team motivated and running smoothly. If you're dealing with employee gossip, difficult and disruptive personalities, delegating a task, or you simply need some tools to better manage your time, this video series offers quick, practical tips to help you handle these “moments” in your day.
Are you looking for a simple, yet proven technique to help employees improve their performance without drama, pain and conflict? Look no further than this training comedy focused specifically on the challenges of developmental conversations.
This management training video should simply be considered Management 101. This groundbreaking film takes us into the world of a seasoned manager who is learning that his team are "people first, and employees second." Whether you're a new manager who is learning the ropes or a seasoned manager who wants a fresh perspective on what managing people is all about, this video is a must-have for your library.
Take a candid look at what employees truly think about their leaders and how that affects their work. Based on interviews with real employees, this honest and impactful program shows leaders how to generate the kind of employee feedback that really matters and helps them have a significant influence on employee productivity and commitment.
It’s important that organizations do all they can to thwart disruptive or disrespectful behaviors that aren’t necessarily illegal…but are still very destructive. This 4-part respectful workplace training series -- for employee and management training -- covers overall and specific issues of respect in the workplace.
A 2-part training set that teaches the day-to-day steps supervisors can take to help ensure their team members feel respected and valued. Helps supervisors understand what it means to show respect to employees everyday which enables them to improve individual and team performance and prevent harassment and discrimination.
A common-sense program designed to put people - especially those entering the workforce for the first time - on the path to becoming highly valued employees. It provides a basic overview of what it takes to be seen as accountable, focusing on specific day-to-day workplace behaviors.
Shows supervisors that you convey respect to employees when you take the time to communicate with them, and when you demonstrate that you know (at least a little) about who they are as people and what it takes to do their job.
Best-selling author and management consultant, Bruce Tulgan, has proclaimed that the days of "hands-off" management are over! This riveting new release is a call to action for all managers and leaders to fight the under-management epidemic and to become the boss their employees appreciate and ultimately deserve.
Based on the time-tested truth that, "past actions predict future performance," this fresh new approach to legal and effective behavioral interviewing from Dr. Paul Green, takes learners through a practical step-by-step process of finding the right candidate for any position.
Direct and sincere, the title of The Practical Coach video says it all: "Practical" advice for coaches who care about their team members and are willing to encourage, correct and challenge them to greatness. In other words: "Coaching is the process of letting people know that what they do matters to you." It’s no wonder that it’s one of the best-selling coaching programs in the industry.
Limited expectations bring limited results. High expectations lead to exceptional results. That's the basic principle behind this engaging leadership program. Learn the four ways managers can communicate expectations to their work teams.
Enable the newly promoted to capitalize on their full potential and minimize apprehensions as a result of advancement by applying the lessons exemplified in this thought-provoking training course.
Team conflict can take on many different forms such as belittling, blaming, backstabbing, and bickering. The Unified Team offers tools to help leaders overcome these problems, and promote a sense of unity within their teams. Ideal for team leaders, supervisors and managers.
Make sure managers and supervisors involved in the hiring of employees are well versed in the legal aspects of the process, from recruitment to interviewing. Fresh for 2015, this training guides viewers on what is acceptable and what's not as it relates to staffing an organization.
The "TAKEAWAY" for Managers™ Series gives managers and supervisors a basic foundation for legal compliance, in a straightforward and easy-to-remember way. Conversational and easy to use, the series covers Sexual Harassment, Diversity, Respect & Legal Compliance, Legal Interviewing, ADA, FMLA, and Discipline, Documentation & Termination.
Jack Cade, a bumbling but lovable supervisor, shows how common-sense solutions can get supervisors, and companies, into trouble. Three in-depth management training programs will provide viewers with solid visual examples and sensible rules for reducing workplace liability.
Tackle the complexities of effectively working in and managing a multi-age workforce. This training helps both employers and employees to minimize generational conflict, promote respect and strengthen communication.
As managers, we make decisions every day that impact the lives of the people who work for us. We have an obligation to make sure those decisions don’t result in a lawsuit. It's the Law™ can help you put the legalities of management into perspective and keep your organization out of the courtroom.
This training program will help employees and managers to be proactive in creating and fostering a respectful organizational culture rooted in honesty and integrity, enabling your company to flourish and prosper.
Unlawful retaliation amongst employees is a growing form of discrimination which often results in costly litigation, damaged reputations for organizations, and ruined careers. Cultivate integrity and prevent retaliation with this program.
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Management is designed to equip your managers with the essential knowledge they need to get the results that your organization requires them to achieve.
Motivate middle managers not to accept poor performance, but to do something proactive about it. Use this program to support existing organizational practices for progressive discipline. This program can also be instrumental in the proper development of new managers, supervisors and team leaders.
John Cleese stars in the management training classic, The Unorganized Manager. This epic tale conveys the vital importance of effective time management in a way that is creative and humorous. Our disorganized manager gets a second chance from St. Peter (John Cleese) after creating strife for himself and everyone around him with ineffective time management. Over the course of the series, he will find tools and techniques
Learn how to resolve employee conflicts peacefully and without making enemies through the effective management intervention techniques as characterized in this new release on conflict resolution for the workplace.
West Point has historically produced phenomenal leaders because of the emphasis it places on character development. This program takes us behind the scenes at the military academy and then into some of the country's foremost private and government organizations where West Point graduates now work.
A fresh new video addressing harassment in the workplace especially for managers and supervisors. Take a look at your diverse workplace and make sure that all the necessary steps are being taken to maintain a safe & productive work environment.
“For it is mutual trust, even more than mutual interest, that holds human associations together.”- H.L. Mencken. This 2nd edition of What's Trust Got To Do With It? will teach your leaders how to build trust and create a more productive work force.
Each program in this series follows two supervisors who address everyday workplace concerns. Step-by-step guidelines are presented regarding a specific soft skill and how its application can help improve efficiency, raise morale and enhance productivity.
The how-to guide for timely, productive and relevant meetings, Supervisor on the Scene: Meeting Effectiveness shows supervisors how to plan the meeting and execute the plan. Part of a 6 part series which focuses on a specific soft skill for supervisory and managerial development training.
When you have a worker that has to learn a particular kind of task, you train them, correct? That sounds simple enough, however, proper training isn't something that just happens. It's important to carefully plan and execute your training session to ensure your trainees are getting the maximum benefits and knowledge from the session time.
Focuses on a specific soft skill for supervisory and managerial development training. Help supervisors make sound, solid decisions by demonstrating how to gather information, develop alternatives, select the best option, and how, when, and even with whom to follow up.
The Balance Sheet Barrier training video, starring John Cleese is a world-famous Video Arts video that helps take the fear out of financial documents and complex supervisory concepts. Although accounts might never become a manager's favorite topic, The Balance Sheet Barrier does at least make them understandable.
Produced by Video Arts, this unique program proves that
performance appraisalinterviews can be positive experiences for employer and employee, but only if both parties stick to the fundamentals - evaluating the past, consolidating the present and planning for the future.
Performance appraisal meetings are often dreaded by both the manager and the employee. However, handled correctly, the appraisal meeting can be an invaluable opportunity to learn, grow, and increase motivation - on both sides of the table.
Exceptional service thrives in an environment where employees are encouraged and supported. This very effective customer service / coaching video takes a fresh look at customer service by showing the direct connection between a supervisor's behavior and the way employees treat customers. It's a great addition to your customer service library.
With information direct from the Supreme Court, this program revolves around SC rulings, training managers on the prevention and resolution of sexual harassment claims. Ultimately, it guides managers through the investigative process, including the interviews with the complainant, alleged harasser and the witnesses.
Whatever level a sales person might be at, they can benefit from the lessons in this classic series. Humorous, and insightful, John Cleese amuses as he teaches us the difference between good and bad sales techniques. Right-way-wrong-way scenarios demonstrate how to be an excellent salesperson before, during and after meeting the customer.
Nothing comes in handier at a meeting than possessing the art of persuasion. Give managers the skills to get their point across without unnecessary disagreements and delays. It takes less effort to learn the steps presented in this program than it does to solve differences in opinion the old-fashioned way. Come out of a meeting or negotiation with a favorable result.
Take the guesswork out of interviewing! This excellent new video explains that an interviewer can use the questioning techniques demonstrated to retrieve relevant information based on past experiences.