Organizational Behavior Training Videos
If you can see it, you can be it.” Based on 25 years of experience in Silicon Valley, David DeWalt’s first principle for building a successful enterprise is to communicate a strategic vision—capturing employee loyalty
We can minimize gender bias by knowingly avoiding stereotypes as shortcuts. Additional strategies include setting clear evaluation criteria before the evaluation process begins and then adhering to them, holding decision makers accountable for their decisions, measuring and reporting our organization’s progress in gender fairness, and legitimating women leaders by vouching for their competence.
Video Streaming Also AvailableDeadlines, change, stress, miscommunication, confusion over responsibilities... there is no shortage of opportunities for conflict in the workplace. However, there is a loss of productivity when employees spend all their time dealing with conflict. This program teaches employees to take the initiative in resolving conflict with their coworkers and cooperating to find win/win solutions for most disagreements.
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)
Cynthia Montgomery Professor at the Harvard Business School makes the case for bringing people back into the equation. Though you start with ideas, you need leaders to construct a company that brings these ideas to fruition. Leadership is required to define your purpose and form a management model that carries it out.
Best-selling author Ken Blanchard shows how to improve workplace relationships and productivity by using the Whale Done!™ approach. Based on behavior-changing strategies developed at SeaWorld, Whale Done! offers a compelling message and memorable workshop activities that will have an immediate and positive impact on your workplace.
Joel Kurtzman’s “new rules of employment” to instill common purpose are based on years of research and numerous interviews with top executives. From American Express’s Kenneth Chenault, to Michael Dell of Dell Inc., and Steve Wynn of Wynn Resorts, successful leaders align the interests of individuals with those of the organization.
"Successful organizations of the future are going to have leaders, are going to have team members who understand the rules of both cultures." -- Dr. Pat Heim According to Dr. Pat Heim in this customer-requested sequel to THE POWER DEAD-EVEN RULE, men and women grow up in different cultures, learning different lessons about what it means to be a leader and what it means to be a team player.
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)
Based on Jack Canfield’s best selling book “The Success Principles”, this powerful seminar is loaded with life-changing ideas. Jack will show you how to build your self-esteem, take responsibility for everything that happens, clarify your vision, gain greater balance, find your purpose, and live a more fulfilling life.
Amazingly, something as essential as clean water is more difficult to come by for two-thirds of the world’s population. People are made to pay more for basic life services while earning far less. (DVD or Video Streaming)
In this course Dr. Marianne Jennings teaches the importance of the example that all employees are setting from the bottom to the top. Dr. Jennings uses the analysis of pressure, communication, personal complacency, and indifference to educate that the "tone" of ethics resonates with each and every employee.
In a business environment of fast-moving markets, global supply chains, and dynamic technologies, executing strategy is becoming increasingly difficult. (DVD or Video Streaming)
How do growth leaders such as Procter & Gamble, GE, and Amazon consistently achieve above-average organic growth? These companies pursue a disciplined, systematic process that distributes innovations across a spectrum of risk, ensuring that they balance incremental growth with breakthrough opportunities. (DVD or Video Streaming)