Communication Skills Training Videos
The acclaimed Global One video learning series is the best-selling series of the 2000s, already profiting hundreds of Fortune 500 companies, top universities, and other global leaders worldwide. It’s the most effective, easiest way to give your people the skills they need.
To prosper in today's increasingly global business environment, you need to understand cultural influences on selling and negotiating. It's up to you to provide the training necessary for success. International Negotiating: Successful Deal-Making in Global Business unveils all the secrets of doing deals effectively with other cultures.
We all know that good communication skills are critical in every business environment. We also know that communication often breaks down. When there's a breakdown, we usually think the solution is to speak more clearly. But often, the solution is better listening.
Professor, Stanford University
Networks can be beneficial on multiple levels, for both the individual and the organization. They can lead to advances in your career, help you improve your job performance, and develop better communication between business departments.
Produced - 2007
Also available for Online Video Streaming
As the leader of any group, problems are inevitable. So...how do you react? Do you lead with your gut...or your head? This is the dilemma that the host of "Managing Me" grapples with. When problems arise at work, he can choose to react with either impulse or reason. As each situation plays out, the better reaction is clear.
Change is no longer an event... Change is business as usual. Customers are demanding "better, faster, cheaper"; competition is fierce; and a turbulent economy and technological advances increase the pressure to "do more with less."(DVD or Video Streaming)
As our world becomes increasingly interconnected, people need to develop greater cultural diversity skills. It's up to you to provide intercultural communication training to effectively communicate with and understand other cultures. Our top-selling training program, Cross-Cultural Understanding investigates all the key components of culture and communication, including values and beliefs, social structure, perceptions of time, communication styles, proper etiquette and more.
Learning From Conflict offers ready-to-use, fully reproducible activities for training in recognizing and resolving the major causes of conflict.
The structure of the book is derived from Dr. Hart's Learning From Conflict Model, a simple, clear model that gives basic guidelines for applying its techniques to the specific needs of the participants. Instructors will learn how to help others accurately name their patterns of conflict, understand their reactions, identify the causes, prevent conflicts from developing and escalating, and apply conflict resolution techniques.
Would I Work For Me? features front-line supervisors and managers in realistic situations. It follows the career of Tom, first as a newly appointed supervisor, and then as a more experienced manager who has learned from his mistakes. While watching Tom's evolution, viewers learn eight effective management skills that improve motivation, productivity and the bottom line.