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  • Sexual Harassment: New Perspectives
    • 2003

    Sexual Harassment: New Perspectives

    The cost of sexual harassment extends beyond the monetary and takes a significant toll on employee morale and retention. Sexual Harassment New Perspectives drives home key training points by focusing on the perspective of the victim.

  • Sexual Harassment in Healthcare: New Perspectives
    • 2003

    Sexual Harassment in Healthcare: New Perspectives

    Sexual harassment situations cost companies thousands of dollars every year. Show employees what sexual harassment is, how to respect everyone's perspective and avoid unintentional sexual harassment.

  • Organizing Your Business Around the Customer
    • 2003

    Organizing Your Business Around the Customer

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Roger Siboni Chairman of the Board of Directors, E.piphany

  • Safe Hiring: How You Can Avoid Bad Hires
    • 2003

    Safe Hiring: How You Can Avoid Bad Hires

    Revised with 2012 EEOC Guidelines
    Tips for screening out problem candidates and performing legal background checks.

  • Taking Charge of Change
    • 2004

    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.

  • You’ve Gotta Be Kidding Me
    • 2004

    You’ve Gotta Be Kidding Me

    James Burke

    The You've Gotta Be Kidding Me training program features the nine time-tested rules of great customer service. Follow them and you, and your business, will succeed. Ignore them at your peril.

  • Fun is Good
    • 2004

    Fun is Good

    Let the employees at the Midway Field in Minnesota show you how much can be accomplished at work - by having fun!

  • Sexual Harassment: A High Price to Pay - The Series
    • 2004
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    Sexual Harassment: A High Price to Pay - The Series

    A High Price to Pay is a two part series that provides employees and management with a clear understanding of what legally constitutes sexual harassment; what to do if sexual harassment occurs; as well as the severe consequences.

  • How to Ask Positive Questions
    • 2004

    How to Ask Positive Questions

    John O’Hurley

    The Hidden Communication Skill That Will Make Your Next Team Meeting More Productive with John O’Hurley

  • Painless Performance Improvement
    • 2004
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    Painless Performance Improvement

    A training video comedy, Painless Performance Improvement combines highly entertaining hosts with dramatic and realistic coaching moments. Supervisors will relate to scenes of management gone awry as well as employee’s favorite excuses and sidetracks.

  • Taking Charge of Change - Healthcare Version
    • 2004

    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.

  • Compliance is Just the Beginning - Ethics in the Workplace
    • 2004
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    Compliance is Just the Beginning - Ethics in the Workplace

    How do you make better ethical decisions at work? Just because a particular choice is legal does not make it right. Compliance is Just the Beginning introduces a three-step process for handling tough ethical decisions.

  • Fear of Feedback
    • 2004

    Fear of Feedback

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Myra Strober Professor, Stanford School of Education
    Jay Jackman Psychiatrist and Human Resources Consultant

  • Subtle Sexual Harassment Series
    • 2005

    Subtle Sexual Harassment Series

    Subtle Sexual Harassment is intended to take the titillation out of sex harassment training and allow employees to go beyond the obvious cases most of us already recognize as wrong.

  • Subtle Sexual Harassment - Program 1
    • 2005

    Subtle Sexual Harassment - Program 1

    Subtle Sexual Harassment is intended to take the titillation out of sex harassment training and allow employees to go beyond the obvious cases most of us already recognize as wrong.

  • Subtle Sexual Harassment - Program 2
    • 2005

    Subtle Sexual Harassment - Program 2

    Subtle Sexual Harassment is intended to take the titillation out of sex harassment training and allow employees to go beyond the obvious cases most of us already recognize as wrong.

  • PATTERNS - Responding to Sexual Harassment
    • 2005

    PATTERNS - Responding to Sexual Harassment

    Responding to Sexual Harassment examines the legal liability issues and questions of personal responsibility that managers and supervisors must face.

  • PATTERNS - Rights and Responsibilities
    • 2005

    PATTERNS - Rights and Responsibilities

    This orientation program describes what sexual harassment is, how it is damaging to the person being harassed, the harasser, the workgroup and the organization, and what an employees rights and responsibilities are in this area.

  • PATTERNS - The Series
    • 2005

    PATTERNS - The Series

    Sexual harassment at work is more than a legal issue. It is fundamentally a behavioral problem. PATTERNS takes on the behavioral challenge, arming employees and managers with the information they need.

  • Working Without A Script by Second City Communication
    • 2005

    Working Without A Script by Second City Communication

    The Second City is well known for their improv comedy, their TV shows, and their scores of famous alumni. But what do you and The Second City have in common? Both of you improvise every day!

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