Communication Skills Training Videos
This brand-new video, freshly produced by a talented cast and crew, starts with the common pitfalls that often derail meetings. Then you’ll see proven methods that can have a dramatic impact on the effectiveness of your organization's meetings. (DVD or Video Streaming)
Twelve Angry Men: Teams That Don't Quit uses selected clips from the classic movie starring Henry Fonda and a stellar supporting cast. It presents a vivid example of a team fighting its way to success. In scene after scene, we watch the intense interactions among members of a jury in a murder case. Charged by the judge to do your duty, this team of jurors must determine whether the accused is guilty or not.
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.
Updated with 25 new role plays not covered in the first volume, the latest edition of the popular 25 Role Plays to Teach Negotiation will inspire you to think and act like a negotiation expert.
Getting your message across in a way that is clear and coherent is a critical skill in both organizational and personal life. The Communication Effectiveness Profile looks at the large and often complex subject of communicating with others.
Gossip, gripes, and rumors have become a national past time in the workplace. Unfortunately, these forms of toxic talk can have serious repercussions for your employees, your managers and supervisors, and for the profitability and productivity of your entire organization.
Be ready to anticipate the moment. Feel the goals and aspirations of your audience and make the presentation of your life! Divided into three sections—planning, writing and giving a presentation, The Basics of How to Plan, Write and Give a Winning Presentation!
The art of conflict management on the job in all interpersonal relationships is the subject of Conflict: The Rules of Engagement. Dr. Heim takes viewers through proven strategies which neutralize some conflicts straight out, or simplify complex conflicts into manageable ones.