Trainer Tools & Kits
Jonamay Lambert, Selma Myers, George Simons
An outstanding source for training activties relating to employee empowerment. Today most executives and managers need to have an international business and cross-cultural perspective. 50 Activities for Achieving Cultural Competence includes 50 training activities and self-development exercises to prepare your personnel for international assignments and develop better understanding of cross-cultural communication.
This manual of activities is written for support staff – the unsung heroes and heroines of organizations who often are the ones for whom there is no training budget. Or who can not be spared from their work to spend time in training.
These activities provide stimulating exercises, realistic case studies, and creative role-plays that will enable your managers and supervisors to sharpen their skills in several key coaching roles - as team leader, facilitator, counselor, and director. Each fully reproducible activity is organized in a user-friendly format with detailed trainer's notes, clear objectives, and suggested variations for customizing the activity to meet your group's needs.
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.
Roy Bailey /2003These fully reproducible activities will enable managers to concentrate on the personal views, feelings, and opinions of their staff, encourage person-centered management, improve interpersonal skills, ensure that organizational goals are achieved and more.
50 Activities for Developing Critical Thinking Skills contains 50 fully reproducible training activities to develop quick thinking, creative thinking and analytical thinking skills.
Emotional Intelligence explains why, despite equal intellectual capacity, training, or experience, some people excel while others of the same caliber lag behind.
A collection of reproducible emotional intelligence activities perfect for skill-building on self-awareness, emotional control, empathy, social expertness, personal influence, mastery of vision and more.
By Wendy Denham and Jane Jestico
Here’s a terrific resource full of hands-on exercises that will make training in this vital area enjoyable and extremely motivating. Every employee – regardless of how experienced they are in appraisals – will be stimulated by learning how to question, listen, be objective, give feedback, communicate and manage the process.
This collection of activities employs a variety of training methods including case studies, quizzes, hand-outs, buzz groups, role-plays, panels, assessments and more to make it easy to address the sometimes intimidating topic of “ethics” in the workplace.