Management & Supervision
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.
Why do Ethics matter? Through real-world examples, data, and research Dr. Marianne Jennings teaches why ethical organizations' performance and credibility in the marketplace is better than non-ethical organizations due to the sustainable business models that come from being ethical
Release - 2007
Communication is the foundation for everything we do in the workplace. It happens every day, all the time. This program identifies the seven communication breakdowns most likely to undermine organizational success, and gives tips on how to avoid them.
Performance appraisal meetings are often dreaded by both the manager and the employee. However, handled correctly, the appraisal meeting can be an invaluable opportunity to learn, grow, and increase motivation -- on both sides of the table.
Explore the problems bedeviling the ethics-building efforts of organizations through this trilogy of programs from Dr. Marianne Jennings. The courses examine pressing topics, including the flaws of the gray-area myth, a lack of understanding why ethics matters, the culture of silence and fear of retaliation, and the pressures that compromise ethical decision-making.
Substance abuse in the workplace has grown considerably in recent years to the point where it is estimated that 1 in 10 employees in America has a substance abuse problem. The personal impact of substance abuse on the employee is pervasive, affecting just about every facet of the person’s life. On the job, the negative fallout of substance abuse includes a steady deterioration of work performance, unreliability, recklessness that can jeopardize the safety of co-workers, the integrity of company products and services, and the company’s reputation.
Hard Facts, Dangerous Half Truths, and Total Nonsense: Profiting from Evidence-Based Management- DVD
America's primary labor supply for the next decade -- mostly in their teens and twenties -- represents the smallest population group in U.S. history and the thinnest pool of entry level workers in modern times. There simply are not enough of them to go around, particularly in the service industries. And every time a business loses an employee, the high cost of attracting, hiring and training a replacement cuts into the profit margin.
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Protect your organization with Legal and Effective Interviewing II: The Right Questions video program. Knowing your legal boundaries is one of the most important facets of the interviewing process.
How would you respond if told that only 25% of the time spent in any given process adds value to your product or service? Rath & Strong's John Guaspari and Edward Hay present a simple, but effective concept - don't spend time on anything that has no value in the eyes of the customer.
Avoiding Litigation Landmines: A Survival Guide for Managers should be a staple in every management training library. Brought to you by the producers of the best selling Workplace Violence: First Line of Defense, this video uses a compelling dramatization which no manager will be able to forget. When a litigation landmine explodes, three senior attorneys from Littler Mendelson, the Nations' largest employment and labor law firm, explain the problem.