MEDIA PARTNERS TRAINING BLOG
News and information regarding employee and manager training. We feature a collaboration of experts in the fields of customer service, coaching and leadership, healthcare, human resources and more!
"How Was Your Day?" is an innovative diversity and inclusion training program, offering a fresh perspective on topics vital to every organization: overcoming unconscious bias, and building a more inclusive workplace.
New Year, New You! With bellies full and spirits high, we ride into the new year on a wave of optimism. It’s a time for new beginnings, clean slates, and finally purchasing that gym membership that’s been sitting in your Groupon cart. In 2018, we at Media Partners strive to become better versions of ourselves at work-- starting with the way we think. From challenging our “Rebuttal Brain” to something as simple as sharing a smile, we’ve identified 11 Success Behaviors for the New Year.
This infographic provides current statistics depicting generational trends in today’s workforce, including recently released survey results on the up and coming segment, Gen Z.
Here's a research-based infographic that contains important statistics on bias, diversity, harassment and bullying. Use the information to help make improvements in your workplace... and feel free to share the link with others.
Our Rebuttal Brain can cause us to nix someone else’s idea before they’ve fully explained it. Here’s a great article on how to wrestle your Rebuttal Brain into submission!
The unconscious biases we hold could interfere with collaboration, productivity, employment decisions, and morale. If our biases are unconscious, how do we identify and rid ourselves of them? Good question.
A respectful workplace is imperative to acheiving high levels of employee morale and allows for productivity to grow.
What can you do to engage your millennials and provide them with the continuous learning they desire? Here are 6 research-backed tips.
Stereotypes may work great for a standup act, but they breed exclusion amongst employees. You can take steps right away to change your workplace environment into an inclusive one.
My nieces are staying with my parents while they look for jobs. This has been interesting to watch. As Generation Y gals, things turn on a dime. They have little patience. They expect employers to hire quickly. If they haven't gotten a call back in 48 hours, they move on. Waiting isn't an option. In fact, I'm not sure it's even in their vocabulary.