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  • The Plus of Us: Dynamic Diversity Training
    • 2010

    The Plus of Us: Dynamic Diversity Training


    Educate your employees and supervisors to avoid behaviors that harass and discriminate even as you help them recognize how everyone benefits from a diverse, dynamic workforce.

  • FISH! For Leaders Series
    • 2010

    FISH! For Leaders Series

    Fish Philosophy Training

    The FISH For Leaders training series consists of six distinct programs to help leaders apply The FISH! Philosophy to their work and lives.

  • FISH! for Leaders - It Starts With Me
    • 2010

    FISH! for Leaders - It Starts With Me

    Fish Philosophy Training

    New Release!
    It Starts With Me from the Fish for Leaders training program awakens the self-awareness that leaders need to inspire others.

  • FISH! for Leaders - Play
    • 2010

    FISH! for Leaders - Play

    Fish Philosophy Training

    New Release!
    Play from the Fish for Leaders training program shows how to build an enthusiastic and lighthearted workplace.

  • FISH! for Leaders - Choose Your Attitude
    • 2010

    FISH! for Leaders - Choose Your Attitude

    Fish Philosophy Training

    New Release!
    Choose Your Attitude from the Fish for Leaders training program shows you how to show up for your team in a way that picks them up.

  • FISH! for Leaders - Who Are You Being?
    • 2010

    FISH! for Leaders - Who Are You Being?

    Fish Philosophy Training

    New Release!
    Who Are You Being? from the Fish for Leaders training program shows how to lead with greater intention and consistency.

  • Art of Networking
    • 2010

    Art of Networking

    Whether it’s leveraging your network, planting psychological "seeds", establishing new contacts, winning over your team or negotiating deals around the board table, The Art of Networking will provide a toolbox of innovative tools.

  • Surviving Deadly Force Encounters
    • 2010

    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.

  • Domestic Violence Series
    • 2010

    Domestic Violence Series

    A Ten Part Series
    The Domestic Violence Series is a comprehensive program funded by the Department of Justice designed to train law enforcement officers.

  • Armed Confrontation: Non-Dynamic or Dynamic Response
    • 2010

    Armed Confrontation: Non-Dynamic or Dynamic Response

    What makes an armed confrontation non-dynamic or dynamic? Can a situation suddenly change? The Armed Confrontation training video explains what action to take in these highly charged and dangerous situations.

  • Bomb Threats at Courthouses - Civilian Version
    • 2010

    Bomb Threats at Courthouses - Civilian Version

    This program demonstrates the proper actions and procedures to be taken by civilian personnel when encountering a suspicious package or receiving a telephoned bomb threat at a courthouse.

  • Bomb Threats at Courthouses - Sworn Version
    • 2010

    Bomb Threats at Courthouses - Sworn Version

    This program demonstrates the proper actions and procedures to be taken by Deputy Personnel when encountering a suspicious package or receiving a telephoned bomb threat at a courthouse.

  • Tactical Containments: What Is a Containment?
    • 2010

    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.

  • Negotiation: Myths, Misperceptions and Damned Lies
    • 2010

    Negotiation: Myths, Misperceptions and Damned Lies

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Margaret Neale Professor of Organizations and Dispute Resolution, Stanford Graduate School of Business

  • Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Master the Art of Leadership
    • 2010

    Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Master the Art of Leadership

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Robert Sutton Professor of Management Science, Stanford University

  • Leadership for Innovation: How to Create Collective Genius
    • 2010

    Leadership for Innovation: How to Create Collective Genius

    In the Leadership for Innovation program, Harvard Professor Linda Hill explains that leaders at many high-profile and innovative companies have built communities of people who are both “willing and able to innovate.”

  • Power: How to Get It, Use It, and Keep It
    • 2010

    Power: How to Get It, Use It, and Keep It

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Jeffrey Pfeffer Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford Graduate School of Business

  • Emotion vs. Analytics: Decision Making and the Biased Brain
    • 2010

    Emotion vs. Analytics: Decision Making and the Biased Brain

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Baba Shiv Professor of Marketing, Stanford Graduate School of Business

  • Government Employee Training Series
    • 2011

    Government Employee Training Series

    The programs in the Government Employee Training Series provide both a thorough orientation to government employment for new city, county, state and federal employees as well as insightful refresher training for experienced employees.

  • We’re In The Band
    • 2011

    We’re In The Band

    The Paperboys
    We’re In The Band puts the lessons of an up-and-coming rock band to the test in the business world.

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