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  • 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.

  • Ben Comen
    • 2011

    Ben Comen

    SpiritClips

    Based on the true story of determination and team character on a high school cross country team.

  • Negotiations: Solving the Tough Problems
    • 2011

    Negotiations: Solving the Tough Problems

    The Negotiations Solving the Tough Problems training program will increase not only your comfort level with negotiations but it will also increase your overall effectiveness as a negotiator.

  • Employee Wellness: A Way of Life
    • 2011

    Employee Wellness: A Way of Life

    Government Version
    Employee Wellness A Way Of Life explores the concept of wellness – the state of being at your physical, mental, and emotional best – and shows practical, every day steps employees can take towards attaining wellness.

  • Wage and Hour Compliance
    • 2011

    Wage and Hour Compliance

    Wage and Hour Compliance was developed to help organizations address a key element of the FLSA: misclassification of employees(exempt versus non-exempt) and the corresponding miscalculation of wages.

  • The 3 R’s of Sustainability
    • 2011

    The 3 R’s of Sustainability

    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!
    The 3 R’s of Sustainability is the starting point for every organization that seeks to reap the financial, social, and economic benefits associated with adopting environmentally friendly policies and practices.

  • All Washed Up
    • 2011

    All Washed Up

    All Washed Up is a short program that discusses what it takes to get people to change their behavior, especially when it’s difficult.

  • Employee Wellness: Taking Care of You
    • 2011

    Employee Wellness: Taking Care of You

    Employee Wellness Taking Care of You explores the concept of wellness – the state of being at your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual best - and shows practical, every day steps employees can take towards achieving wellness.

  • Do Respect
    • 2011

    Do Respect

    How can you help people be respectful in just three minutes? Do Respect is a short, animated program that encourages employees to act in ways that enhance workplace culture.

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