This video demonstrates how an employee involvement program transformed a company. The real people involved - workers, supervisors, and managers - recreate the dramatic story of how they turned their company around. This video provides a realistic model of how one type of employee involvement program works—and of how one company was able to successfully change its corporate culture—raising issues for viewers to consider and adapt to their own situation.
With four generations in today's workplace, differences in attitudes, values, and communication can create misunderstandings and trigger conflicts that reduce morale, teamwork, and productivity. But these differences need not be barriers to a bigger bottom line.
Organizations totally driven by the market consistently outperform their competition in profitability. These organizations carefully segment their markets and deliver an outstanding value proposition to their target customers. (DVD or Video Streaming)
Professor, Stanford University
Networks can be beneficial on multiple levels, for both the individual and the organization. They can lead to advances in your career, help you improve your job performance, and develop better communication between business departments.
As our world becomes increasingly interconnected, people need to develop greater cultural diversity skills. It's up to you to provide intercultural communication training to effectively communicate with and understand other cultures. Our top-selling training program, Cross-Cultural Understanding investigates all the key components of culture and communication, including values and beliefs, social structure, perceptions of time, communication styles, proper etiquette and more.
Ideal for team building exercises, Building the Virtual Team: Communication Across Cultural Diversity observes a group leader and the problems she faces in virtual team management as she struggles to lead her managers in Asia, India, Africa and Latin America.
With fascinating insights about the creative process at Pixar and Disney, Ed Catmull recounts lessons learned from working with Steve Jobs, speaks to the real dangers, and importance, of failure, and reminds us that whatever conclusions we have drawn, we need to hold them lightly. (DVD or Video Streaming)
This new collection of instruments provides team building practitioners with tools designed to assist in the development of individuals, teams, and organizations. The instruments range from very simple, self-scored tools, to more complex assessments that provide in-depth information on teams. All of the instruments are fully reproducible which makes them a very cost-effective alternative to in-house development or off-the-shelf instruments.