...How Getting Everyone on the Same Page Makes Your Organization StandOut.What makes an organization or team stand out? Typically, it's things like clarity, the culture, and direction where the group is headed. This program shows that teams and organizations are more apt to succeed when everyone is clear on: "What we do, Who we are, the Direction in which we're headed".
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.
Futurist and author Joel Barker teaches how to create your own future by finding your next innovation. Through stories and examples, you will learn how to combine your ideas with the ideas of others as you meet at the Verge.
Most of us think getting something 99.9% right is pretty darn good. After watching this short but impactful video, you'll think differently. Combining dynamic graphics, captivating music, and striking images, this motivational meeting opener explores what would happen if 99.9% were the acceptable standard of excellence.
For employees to develop their abilities to contribute better to the organization, they can develop themselves for long-term success. This program provides inspiration, insights and instruction on how an individual at any level of an organization can create a strong personal brand that makes them, and what the organization does, matter.
Engage employees and managers with this motivational safety training bestseller that follows Captain “Sully” Sullenberger as he relives the day, which began like any other, where he was forced to land US Airways Flight 1549 on the waters of New York’s Hudson River, saving all 150 passengers onboard.
More Than a Gut Feeling IV is a new edition of the interviewing classic developed by Dr. Paul Green. The program focuses on removing gut feelings, stereotypes and biases out of the interview process and covers how to use past behaviors to predict future behavior.
For more than a decade, Joel Barker has helped us deal with change. Today, his message is more important than ever. That's why his best selling classic training program, The Business of Paradigms has been reinvented to meet today's organizations in the ever-changing global business world.
Most managers dread addressing performance issues with subordinates. Positive Performance Coaching is achievable ...when supervisors and managers have the right training. Positive Discipline provides a straight-forward 5-step process for resolving tough performance problems in a win-win manner.
Bullying in the workplace is four times more prevalent than illegal harassment. This program depicts bullying behavior using short vignettes to teach 4 keys to recognize, address and prevent bullying at work. A powerful tool for training on this important topic and fulfilling the AB2053 mandate.
Using William Bridges' 3-stage model, learn to recognize and address the internal transitions associated with any change. Individuals will be better able to guide themselves, accept what's happening, and remain productive throughout the organizational change process.
The first time we saw this film, we knew it would be a best seller. An expertly produced story of what can happen when each member of your teamhas a different focus and agenda -- and all that can go in to ruining the deal.
What causes the most stress across ALL occupations? The interpersonal conflicts we all experience on a daily basis -- with coworkers or supervisors. Give your employees a memorable, easy-to-implement tool,the C.A.L.M. model, to hone their conflict resolution skills.
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.
Well known for improv comedy, Second City Communications, in this program, teaches how the fundamentals of improvisation will help your organization communicate better, build stronger teams, and create a positive work environment.
Would I Inspire Me? is a leadershipvideo that asks, 'what does it take to inspire a team?' It's not charisma. Rather, it's a set of leadership behaviors that provides motivation to employees and can be emulated.
We now have four generations in the workplace and every generation has unique traits and qualities. In order to get along, be productive and avoid conflict we need to find common ground and let go of assumptions. That's what this program is all about.
What happens where there is a lack of accountability? Non-performers thrive while the diligent staff picks up the slack. The stress level rises and communication drops. It doesn't have to be this way. This Toolkit contains 38 unique video clips that illustrate what accountability means. Set in a variety of workplace environments, it's ideal for all industries.
With the lines between personal and professional social media use becoming increasingly blurred, it's vital that all organizations take a long hard look at the potential risks of social media and the workplace.
The Yes Lives in the Land of No video is the perfect meeting opener to kick off a performance management, motivationor sales training by helping employees understand the source of negativity both in themselves and in their team.
Is your company going through change? Doubts and fears are part of the process, but this program can show your employees the positive aspects of change. Based on a true story, Win Teams should inspire any workplace dealing with change.
What does being happy have to do with work? We've been told, "If you work hard, you'll be successful...if you're successful, you'll be happy." But what if that formula is wrong? What if the opposite were true and happiness is the secret to success - at work and at home...
Without Regard...to Race, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Age or Disability will help diminish the everyday stereotypes and assumptions about workplace diversity that are the basis for most discrimination claims.
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.
An excellent training video to help strengthen the collaboration between healthcare staff members. Teaching five essential skills through the C.O.A.C.H. method: Care, Observe, Act, Communicate and Help.
This practical training program is specifically designed for leaders in the Healthcare Industry with responsibility for implementing customer service strategies and attaining service improvement goalswithin their organization.
Baptist Health Care is a leader in customer satisfaction. But a decade ago, it was a different story. Learn how this healthcare organization became a leader in service and a model for employee satisfaction!
Safety Orientation is one of the most important parts of the healthcare profession. Without healthy staff members, those who are ailing won't improve. Be sure to brief new employees on slips, trips and falls as ell as electrical hazards, fire safety and medical waste.
This video with Dr. Steve Robbins shows how the Creativity & Innovation Approach to Diversity & Inclusion works by seeking different perspectives, new ideas, knowledge and experiences. See how Stereotypes, Lazy Brains, and Unintentional Intolerance can be recognized and worked through.
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.
You don't have to create your industry's next paradigm shift to be a pioneer. But you can succeed if you know how to spot emerging paradigms and have the intuition, courage and persistence to bring them into practical application. Learn to identify the essential traits of these trailblazers, and how you too can become one.
Leading More With Less is about setting an outstanding example, demonstrating a strong work ethic and showing great enthusiasm for the job. Overall if your leaders set a high standard, your employees will follow their lead.
We really like this program. It's a well-executed and comprehensive training video that presents realistic problems that can frustrate both customers and employees. It then provides solutions to these problems that satisfy everyone: the customer, the organization and the employee. It's a quality program that's worth seeing.
This memorable program will raise awareness regarding harassmentand explain the do's and dont's of creating a respectful workplace for everyone. Through personal revelation and discussion, 4 employees expand their understanding of harassment and agree on ways to prevent it in their workplace. Available in Office or Industrial versions.
A great video to assist in creating a friendlier environment for all, Diversity: The Real Scene offers facilitators a successful no-frills take on a complicated subject. The flexibility of the programs resources allow companies to make it their own.
One of Joel Barker's most cherished stories, The Star Thrower Story is a beautifully filmed motivational training video perfect to get your team going in a quiet satisfied way. And it's available as a six-minute film!
Welcome back to the Diversity Diner! Where diversity is the main dish. The lovable main character, Dom, is back serving a dish of diversity stew to help employees from neighboring businesses understand the positive economic benefits from including people from all walks of life into the business atmosphere.
Based on the principles developed by Glenn M. Parker in the Parker Team-Player Survey, this video program depicts the four primary team-member personality styles inherent to every workteam: the contributor, the collaborator, the communicator and the challenger.
Few people consider themselves to be good public speakers, yet it is a highly desirable skill in today's workplace. This entertaining and effective program gives practical advice on how to deliver a compelling message to a group of any size.
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.
The cost of sexual harassment extends beyond the monetary and takes a significant toll on employee morale and retention. This program drives home key training points by focusing on the perspective of the victim.
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.
This beautiful 3-minute film by Dewitt Jones reminds us that finding a single solution to a problem may be easy, but often there is more than one right answer. It's amazing the opportunities we can discover when we look for multiple right answers.
Job burn-out...Illness...Absenteeism...Conflict...Counter-productivity... Often, these problems can be traced to stresses in the workplace, in personal lives, or both. Although life will never be completely stress-free, we can control how we react to it.
Everyone knows that managers need to be trained to lead successful performance appraisal meetings. But did you ever consider the other side of the table? Your employees are a critical piece of the puzzle.
Can you imagine a workplace where people really want to come into work every day? The Life is good training video features a unique t-shirt and hat company where fun, customer service, and enthusiasm are in charge!
Strengthen customer trust, tighten privacy policies and increase your bottom line with this comprehensive program featuring eight proven guidelines given by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
Dewitt Jones says passion is a critical piece in achieving and surpassing our goals and expectations. Fueling your passion can make an insurmountable difference to your company, community, family, and to your life on a personal level
Mentoring is critical in today's organizations, but how do you learn to be a better mentor? What about the people being mentored - the mentees? How can they maximize the benefits of the time they invest?
Join author Eileen McDargh where she discusses six fundamental truths to help us deal with life's complexities. We all climb some kind of mountain every day. By slowing down and considering our surroundings, we can better appreciate the journey.
Is it possible to combine your passion with your everyday work and have fun in the process? Absolutely. In fact, finding and applying passion in our work is something we should all strive for. That's what Fun Is Good is all about.
How can you find a way to love what you do? Every day? When you work For The Love of It, you will serve as an inspiration to yourself and to those around you. Dewitt Jones, National Geographic photographer discusses how we all have the ability to love what we do through honoring our passion, making a contribution to those around us and expressing gratitude.
With her vast and in-depth knowledge of Ethics, Dr. Marianne Jennings helps learners gain an awareness of what is or is not ethical in relevant business situations in today's new global marketplace. Dr. Jennings will provide guidance on proper actions to be taken, as well as explain how there is no "grey area" in business ethics.
This moving film highlights the importance of seeing every patient as an individual and reminds healthcare workers to see the humanity in patients who are elderly or infirm, and to always treat them with dignity.