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  • Surviving Deadly Force Encounters

    Surviving Deadly Force Encounters

    The Surviving Deadly Force Encounters training program demonstrates the length of time it takes to incapacitate a suspect depending on where the officer's rounds strike.

  • Surviving Stress and Burnout

    Surviving Stress and Burnout

    Overload causes anxiety, so Marcus offers a way for everyone to reduce stress, but it backfires. Stress must be managed effectively.

  • Surviving Team Conflicts

    Surviving Team Conflicts

    Carol tries to resolve the aggression and lack of assertiveness in different members of the team.

  • Surviving The Odds (Dolson / Tackeberry shooting)

    Surviving The Odds (Dolson / Tackeberry shooting)

    The Surviving The Odds (Dolson / Tackeberry shooting) training program is a re-creation of a shooting in California involving two deputies - Dep. Dave Dolson and Dep. Bill Takeaberry.

  • Suspicious Person Dangers

    Suspicious Person Dangers

    Approximately 40% of officers killed responding to suspicious person calls are murdered upon first contact. Viewers learn that analysis shows vests would have saved the lives of 67% of the officers who were killed.

  • Tactical Containments: What Is a Containment?

    Tactical Containments: What Is a Containment?

    The Tactical Containments: What Is A Containment? training program emphasizes the importance of timely and well executed tactical containments, including the special requirements of Aero and K-9 support for a successful operation.

  • Tactics of Innovation

    Tactics of Innovation

    Joel Barker

    Tactics of Innovation explores a problem that plagues organizations everywhere: Why smart people reject good ideas.

  • TAG Streaming and eLearning Courses

    TAG Streaming and eLearning Courses

    TAG is now available to companies looking for blueprinted training without the high cost typically associated with customization. 

  • Taking C.A.R.E. of Business

    Taking C.A.R.E. of Business

    Taking C.A.R.E. of Business emphasizes personal accountability as it teaches your employees to actively improve their customer service skills.

  • Taking Care of Your Future Is...

    Taking Care of Your Future Is...

    Stimulate discussion about what it really takes to succeed in a career. 

  • Taking Charge of Change

    Taking Charge of Change

    Learn about the three stages of the change cycle; learn to see change not as something to be feared, but as an essential element of the world to be accepted.

  • Taking Charge of Change - Healthcare Version

    Taking Charge of Change - Healthcare Version

    This video offers an important look into how to redefine our organizations and ourselves to accommodate current health care industry trends.

  • TALENT! How To Win The Great War For Talent

    TALENT! How To Win The Great War For Talent

    Tom Peters

    The driving force of any business is TALENT - the employees! Tom Peters shares his lessons in this area with you in this video.

  • Talk Isn’t Cheap

    Talk Isn’t Cheap

    Learn the simple steps that anyone can take to communicate more efficiently. This video will help you understand why "Talk Isn’t Cheap".

  • Talking 9 to 5

    Talking 9 to 5

    Women and Men in the Workplace

  • Teaching Greetings

    Teaching Greetings

    An everyday greeting is usually taken for granted. Yet judgments are often made from those first words.

  • Team Building Online Library

    Team Building Online Library

    Teams are critical to success, but how do you build a winning team? Now you can access a rich library of programs that will showcase winning teams in action and will provide instruction for team leaders and members for only $799 for 1 year of online training or 100 views, which ever comes first.

  • Team Building:  What Makes A Good Team Player?

    Team Building: What Makes A Good Team Player?

    Based on the principles developed by Glenn M. Parker in the best-selling Parker Team-Player Survey, this video shows in detail the four primary team-member styles in action -- the contributor, the collaborator, the communicator and the challenger.

  • Teamwork Across Generations - T.A.G.

    Teamwork Across Generations - T.A.G.

    The Winning Coaches

    The multi-generational workforce has led to a critical need: developing strategies that bridge gaps in experience and worldview. Learn management strategies from coaches Mike Ditka, Sean Payton, Rex Ryan, and Bobby Bowden.

  • Teamwork in Crisis

    Teamwork in Crisis

    This powerful video shows what started out as a very ordinary flight on a United Airlines DC-10 turn into a catastrophic situation where teamwork helped achieve a miraculous outcome. X

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