Workplace Conduct Training Videos & Courses
The benefits to fostering a culture of accountability are not far-fetched. Most organizations are well aware of the end-result – high levels of employee commitment, participation, satisfaction and overall company morale just to name a few.
This best-selling training program shows how the creativity and innovation approach to Diversity & Inclusion works by seeking different perspectives, new ideas, knowledge and experiences.
This collection introduces the issue of conflict and its resolution as a part of workshops on management, leadership, communication, negotiation and diversity.
Bias costs organizations billions in lost productivity, high turnover, and low morale, not to mention the risk of expensive litigation. This DVD-based course, featuring Dr. Sondra Thiederman, targets the more subtle forms of bias that insidiously undermine our ability to build truly inclusive workplaces.
This series addresses all of these issues and more in a concise, easy-to-understand way. Engaging and informative, Let’s Talk, which includes the complementary but stand-alone programs, is a great tool to understand and stop harassment and bullying, and encourage a respectful, productive workplace.
Managers and supervisors will sharpen their analytical and decision-making skills with this new collection of fully reproducible case studies.
A.C.T. with Integrity provides business ethics training that can serve as a vital complement to any business practices and legal compliance program. This program has been designed in a modular format that consists of 12 “discussion-trigger” case studies. After each scenario, the facilitator guides employees through an analysis of the issues involved and a discussion of the action or actions that should be taken to resolve each concern and maintain your organization’s integrity.
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.