Management Training Videos & Courses
Age Discrimination in the Workplace: Review & Revise Policies and Practices to Minimize Legal Liabilities - On-Demand
Don’t become the next headline. Instead, use this all-new on-demand webinar on what you can do to prevent age discrimination in your workplace. You’ll learn what constitutes age bias in the workplace, how to set policies to prevent it, and what to do if you’re accused.
Adapting Your Leadership Style: The Four Behavior Styles and How to Make Them Work for You (Customizable Course)
With cross-functional, multi-functional, and virtual teams, today’s organizations are more complex than ever—and that means managers need a refined skill set to match. The Matrix Manager Inventory is a timely new assessment and training workshop that helps both new and seasoned managers to develop the capabilities and versatility they need to succeed in today’s interconnected and collaborative world.
Managers need to understand more than the basic rights and wrongs surrounding workplace harassment. They also need a healthy dose of empathy, one that helps them appreciate not only the business implications of maintaining a respectful workplace, but the emotional aspects as well. This course is also California AB 1825 compliant. (DVD or Video Streaming)
Communicating as a Manager is a great tool for managers, supervisors, and leaders alike who desire to improve their ability to guide employees or colleagues in their work. The program's primary focus is on improving an individual’s ability to fully listen and comprehend others' perceptions, to clearly convey expectations and performance feedback, and to effectively lead others through organizational change.
The benefits to fostering a culture of accountability are not far-fetched. Most organizations are well aware of the end-result – high levels of employee commitment, participation, satisfaction and overall company morale just to name a few. What is less obvious is how to get there. Accountability is not about giving people more responsibility or punishing them for errors. The goal is simple – encourage actions that are consistent with desired results. This frame of mind sets the pace for Accountability at Work.