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Employee Retention Videos
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.
Dealing with people that are negative or passive aggressive are some of the most challenging relationships. Just being around someone who complains, whines or just doesn’t say anything can cause you to feel frustrated, angry or even helpless.
John Wood was once an ambitious software executive for Microsoft, but it wasn’t with the software giant that he honed his leadership skills. This online program shows leaders and future leaders understand that by constructing teams around social responsibility it helps them rally around a common sense of purpose and desire to make a difference.
To fully address consumer needs one must exude passion, motivation and a personal commitment to delivering exceptional service. Train your employees to understand how individual actions ultimately impact the customer with this heartwarming true story.
Finding and hiring the best associates is quite possibly the most important job of any retail manager. It's as simple as keeping your eyes open during day to day transactions with staff in the businesses that you shop at personally.
Howard Schultz, founder of Starbucks, feels strongly about leadership and the role of human resources. He has been applauded for giving part-time workers health benefits and stock options. Watch his story in this online training that focuses on establishing an engaged and lasting culture.
As a manager, conducting performance appraisals is one of the most important opportunities you will have to help your employees, yourself, and your company. Done correctly, performance appraisals can help close the gap between the actual performance of your employees and the performance needed to meet corporate objectives.