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  • Protecting Your Knees

    Protecting Your Knees

    How often do we think about our knees? Probably not much, unless they’re causing you pain. If you have a physical job, our knees can take a beating if we’re not paying attention to how we’re using them. 

  • Protecting Your Shoulders

    Protecting Your Shoulders

    The Protecting Your Shoulders training program will cover the things your employees can do to keep their shoulders healthy.

  • Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age

    Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age

    Tom Peters

    Based on Tom Peters' latest book, this video visits seven companies that are using innovation and "out-of-the-box" thinking to excel in today's business world.

  • Ready. Set. CHANGE!

    Ready. Set. CHANGE!

    Reacting Smarter. Adapting Faster. Engaging Together.
    As organizations change with increasing speed, so does the pace in which employees must respond. Employees need the skills to react, adapt, and engage together.

  • Reasonable Suspicion

    Reasonable Suspicion

    The Reasonable Suspicion training program reviews the legal issues for stopping, detaining, and pat searches.

  • Recession as Opportunity with Tom Peters

    Recession as Opportunity with Tom Peters

    Tom Peters

    In a re-release of Tom Peters classic program "Recession as Opportunity," you will learn Tom Peters six strategies for surviving a recession (and for positioning yourself for future growth).

  • Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse For Managers

    Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse For Managers

    Do you know an alcoholic or an illegal drug addict? Chances are good that you do – chances are good that you work with one, too.

  • Red Meeting Opener

    Red Meeting Opener

    SpiritClips

    A short film, Red reveals through the power of metaphor that all it takes is one person to end a cycle of harassment and intimidation in the workplace.

  • Red Wristband (Joe Stewart)

    Red Wristband (Joe Stewart)

    In the Red Wristband (Joe Stewart) training program, a deputy tells of drinking too much with his buddies, having an accident where people died and going to prison for murder.

  • Reinventing the Way We Do Business

    Reinventing the Way We Do Business

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Ed Whitacre Former chairman & CEO, AT&T and GM

  • Relationship Strategies - Individual Volumes

    Relationship Strategies - Individual Volumes

    The better you understand human behavior, the better you can communicate, effectively.

  • Relationship Strategies - The Series

    Relationship Strategies - The Series

    The better you understand human behavior, the better you can communicate, effectively.

  • Remember Me

    Remember Me

    Sometimes, it is important to see things from the customer's perspective. This video gives you a "customer's eye view" of service - and gives a great lesson about great service.

  • Removing Tension

    Removing Tension

    Create some team-building fun. Release tension and solve problems.

  • Report Writing

    Report Writing

    Dawn French

    A good report takes minutes to read, holds its value for months and can be made available globally to countless people within any organization. This video helps you learn good report writing.

  • Resisting the Flu

    Resisting the Flu

    Eric Weiss, MD, Stanford University School of Medicine educates your staff on how to prevent transmission of the seasonal flu.

  • Resolving Conflict

    Resolving Conflict

    A great program on essential skills for preventing and resolving conflict with best outcomes. Don’t let a conflict at work escalate. Learn to resolve issues effectively.

  • Resolving Conflict Is...

    Resolving Conflict Is...

    This powerful short video using impactful imagery, video and music to inspire and stimulate discussion about the proper ways to react to conflict - turning conflict into collaboration.

  • Respectful Supervisor: Integrity and Inclusion

    Respectful Supervisor: Integrity and Inclusion

    For a supervisor, the most impactful responsibility of all is the task of creating a workplace built on respect, integrity, and inclusion. 

  • Respectful Supervisor: Motivating and Retaining Employees

    Respectful Supervisor: Motivating and Retaining Employees

    Improve employee motivation and retention by teaching supervisors five behaviors that convey the respect workers seek. 

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