Communication Skills Training Videos
Writing to Get Things Done® Toolkit will improve productivity by teaching how to use writing as a powerful tool for getting things done. Learners will improve their on-the-job writing skills—writing clear, easy-to-read emails, letters, memorandums, meeting minutes, procedures, trip reports, and technical reports.
Consciously Overcoming Unconscious Bias™ is a conversational, easy-to-use program that shows how unconscious bias, micro-inequities, and micro-affirmations overlap in the workplace. It presents all three of these timely topics together, so they're simple to understand.
The head of Aflac knows from success and it didn’t take a magic formula for him to achieve it. He believes that two communication philosophies—listening to employees and setting clear expectations—have propelled Aflac to their current status.
Release - 2007
Communication is the foundation for everything we do in the workplace. It happens every day, all the time. This program identifies the seven communication breakdowns most likely to undermine organizational success, and gives tips on how to avoid them.
In just 30 minutes participants can complete the INSIGHT Inventory and begin bridging communication gaps that are costing your company a fortune.
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Communication plays such a big part in our lives today. Yet sometimes we get busy and forget just how important communication is to our success, relationships and happiness.
With four generations in today's workplace, differences in attitudes, values, and communication can create misunderstandings and trigger conflicts that reduce morale, teamwork, and productivity. But these differences need not be barriers to a bigger bottom line.
Personal gain is often the driving force behind many business and personal relationships. Whether it’s trying to up sell a costumer, get a promotion or receive free tickets to a sporting event, a “what’s in it for me” attitude prevails in our society. There is another approach that can lead to deeper, more meaningful relationships at an organizational, as well as a personal level. It’s not about what you can get, but how you can advance others.