We're supposed to leave our emotions at home when we go to work, but in reality, that's impossible. Organizations that know this, and apply Emotional Intelligence principles, come out ahead in employee morale, creativity, energy and productivity.
The Emotional Intelligence 3 Part Series uses humor while re-enacting common workplace situations to show how emotional and social intelligence relate to work relationships and how clear and honest communication can result in better productivity.
A problem co-worker truly can make life miserable. From chronic complainers to idea stealers, boundary pushers to just plain jerks -- a toxic co-worker can ruin your day, and your life! Let this training help employees learn to unhook and stay sane with several helpful tips.
Going beyond the basic “how-to's” of leadership, this course helps viewers understand why the world is starving for character, transparency, and trust. It then shows what can be done to deploy authentic leadership practices in your organization.
Because the ability for healthcare workers to connect with their patients is vital to establishing trust, this film is a must-see for anyone working in the healthcare field. Nicholas Boothman lays out a clear and concise plan for making that connection. His enthusiasm is infectious and viewers will be motivated and ready to immediately transfer their learning to their patients.
When man and dog are injured, it's the dog (Max) who gets treated better by his healthcare providers. Funny and unforgettable, this top-selling healthcare training video, in its second edition, provides great lessons on patient satisfaction.
Designed for the Healthcare industry, this video explores the dynamics of conflict within work teams. Based on the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, the goal is to empower employees to work through conflict, with less dependence upon management.
Would you be surprised to learn that self-deception is the #1 obstacle to organizational effectiveness? It's true. It's also true that reducing self-deception may be the single most important step your organization can take toward increased productivity.
At one time or another, every organization has to deal with grief and loss in some capacity. The Comeback will empower employees so they can better confidently and sensitively support each other during times of difficult loss.