Employee Engagement Training Videos
This assessment begins with a self-assessment by each manager and then enables comparison of that self-assessment with evaluations completed by co-workers that can include any or all of the following: the manager’s direct reports, dotted-line reports, supervisor(s), and peers.
Roy Bailey /2003These fully reproducible activities will enable managers to concentrate on the personal views, feelings, and opinions of their staff, encourage person-centered management, improve interpersonal skills, ensure that organizational goals are achieved and more.
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)
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.
This video demonstrates how an employee involvement program transformed a company. The real people involved - workers, supervisors, and managers - recreate the dramatic story of how they turned their company around. This video provides a realistic model of how one type of employee involvement program works—and of how one company was able to successfully change its corporate culture—raising issues for viewers to consider and adapt to their own situation.