Teamwork Training Videos & Courses
Internationally known motivation and persuasion expert, Mike Lipkin, presents 7 insights that will inspire you to take charge of your most important aspirations. You’ll also learn how to help others by motivating them win as well. You’ll learn to understand and connect at the deepest level, discover your personal “sweet spot” of success, and lead yourself and your team to higher levels of success. Top professionals understand that the power to lead comes from The Power To Persuade.
Have you noticed how employees get engaged faster and learn better when the training process is fun? Now, with this facilitator-friendly handbook, you can inject play you’re your training to accomplish a variety of learning objectives and make learning fun and memorable.
Twelve Angry Men: Teams That Don't Quit uses selected clips from the classic movie starring Henry Fonda and a stellar supporting cast. It presents a vivid example of a team fighting its way to success. In scene after scene, we watch the intense interactions among members of a jury in a murder case. Charged by the judge to do your duty, this team of jurors must determine whether the accused is guilty or not.
For the first time in history, there are four generations in the workplace at the same time. Each of these age groups has different expectations and different demands, and employers who cannot recognize these will lose their best employees and see their workplaces in turmoil.
In 50 Activities for Collaborative Management, you’ll find an array of dynamic and engaging exercises to help you explore what makes collaborative management work, its potential benefits and how to experience them in your organization.
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.
Team Building - Developing the competent team requires employees and supervisor to commit to the idea that it's essential to support each other. Supervisors who want to establish a team should first understand the group or teams social structure. Social structure is basically how the group feels, how they interact among themselves and of course, the groups informal leaders.