Free Business Training Videos
New York Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Every employer in New York State is required to provide employees with sexual harassment prevention training. The training must be interactive, meaning it requires some level of feedback by those being trained.
A Rational Guide For Returning To The Post COVID-19 Workplace for Employers
Organizations that are planning to reintegrate back into their regular business sites need a plan that maintains safety, manages resources and rebuilds morale. For some businesses this is a long-awaited move as they have struggled through the disruption of remote working, social isolation and travel restrictions. But a reintroduction to the office needs to be handled with care and done diligently.
Sweats to Suits: A Common Sense, Practical Guide For Employees Returning to the Post COVID-19 Workplaces
The return to the office is something that can be planned for in a more organized and orderly fashion than the WFH rush. However, are you mentally and physically ready for the return? This course is a commonsense guide for returning to the post-COVID-19 workplace – from sweats back to suits.
New Office, New Obstacles | Funny WFH Scenarios Q & A Navigating the WFH's WTHs (Work from Home's What the Hecks).
Working from home has its perks, but it also comes with unwelcome distractions and many "what the hecks?". This course is a series of fun Q & A scenarios involving potential WFH WTH distractions.
CDC Private Sector Call: Update on Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Response
CDC COVID-CDC Private Sector Call with Grant Baldwin, PhD, MPH, shared guidance for the private sector, including what CDC knows at this point and what CDC is doing in response to this outbreak.
Help stop the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses by following these steps.
How to Build Trust on Your Virtual Team
Teams can’t function well when co-workers don’t trust one another. Building and maintaining trust in the traditional, physical workplace is difficult enough, but the process is even tougher in a virtual environment.
How and When to Disrupt Your Career, and Yourself (Quick Study)
If you’re comfortable but bored at your current position, you’re in the danger zone. Here are some ways to keep growing without leaving your company.
Finance: What Managers Need to Know
Joe Knight, coauthor of the Financial Intelligence series, gives you a crash course in reading the numbers.
The Five Competitive Forces That Shape Strategy
An Interview with Michael E. Porter, Professor, Harvard University. Porter's five competitive forces is the basis for much of modern business strategy. Understand the framework and how to put it into practice.
Create Slides People Will Remember
Nancy Duarte, author of the "HBR Guide to Persuasive Presentations," explains how to avoid PowerPoint hell.
How Top CEOs Cope with Constant Stress
Justin Menkes, author of "Better Under Pressure," explains why today's leaders need realistic optimism, subservience to purpose, and the ability to find order in chaos.
How to Stop Promoting Incompetent Men (Quick Study)
Are there fewer women in management because we can’t discern between confidence and competence? The popular explanations range from women just aren’t capable of being leaders to women just don’t want to be leaders.
The Costs of Racial Color Blindness
Michael I. Norton presents a game similar to "Guess Who?"—play along and for a glimpse into his recent research.
Where Do Women Stand Today as Leaders?
A fantastic discussion that touches on women in tech leadership roles, hosted by Sarah Green of the Harvard Business Review IdeaCast and featuring HBR editor Amy Bernstein.
Teamwork on the Fly
Amy Edmondson, Harvard Business School professor, describes how to manage intellectually diverse and geographically dispersed groups.