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  • Ethics and Responsibility in Management
    • CC

    Ethics and Responsibility in Management

    The Ethics and Responsibility in Management training program examines key policies and practices that integrate ethics and responsible management into all aspects of business operations.

  • Ethics Series with Dr. Marianne Jennings
    • 2010

    Ethics Series with Dr. Marianne Jennings

    Dr. Marianne Jennings

    NEW Ethics Training Program!
    The gray-area myth. The pressure. The culture of silence. See what you can do to confront these and other problems bedeviling your ethics-building efforts.

  • Ethics: The L.O.G.I.C. of Right
    • 2008

    Ethics: The L.O.G.I.C. of Right

    We all face workplace situations that test our ethics. Sometimes it’s simple to determine the right thing to do. But most of the time, the answer isn’t so black or white. Help employees make the right decision when faced with an ethical dilemma.

  • Everest

    Everest

    Erik Weihenmayer

    Climbing Mount Everest is hard. Climbing Mount Everest blind is ... impossible. Or at least that’s what they told Erik Weihenmayer. Viewers see the amazing things that are possible when people work together as a cohesive team.

  • Everest - Creating Greatness
    • 2008

    Everest - Creating Greatness

    Erik Weihenmayer

    NEW Expanded Leadership Training Package!
    Leadership is a choice, not a position, as witnessed in the true story of blind mountain climber Erik Weihenmayer and the courageous team that got him to the top of Mt. Everest.

  • Everybody Wins

    Everybody Wins

    How to Turn Conflict into Collaboration
    Teach employees to take the initiative in resolving conflict with their coworkers and cooperating to find win/win solutions for most disagreements.

  • Everyday Creativity

    Everyday Creativity

    Dewitt Jones

    In Everyday Creativity, National Geographic photographer Dewitt Jones, challenges our thinking and shows us that we have the ability to be more creative in everything we do.

  • Everything is Design

    Everything is Design

    Tom Peters

    Join author Tom Peters for a passionate exploration of what he calls “one of the most promising untapped economic opportunities” of our time.

  • Excellence in the Public Sector with Tom Peters

    Excellence in the Public Sector with Tom Peters

    Tom Peters

    Tom Peters focuses on the Public Sector in this case-study style film - uncovering the secrets of management sucess in this environment.

  • Executive Leadership Collection

    Executive Leadership Collection

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    This specially priced 10-program set shares the skills and techniques effective leaders use to inspire and unify their workforce.

  • Explaining Skillfully
    • CC

    Explaining Skillfully

    The art of explaining concepts and information is covered in four key steps about engagement, structure, maintaining interest and ensuring understanding. 

  • Exploring Human Nature
    • 2013

    Exploring Human Nature

    Dr. Philip Zimbardo
    Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Stanford University

  • Facing Social Media
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    Facing Social Media

    Carol is concerned about excessive use of Facebook and Twitter at work, and initiates a social media policy, which Serena has observed is missing. Sam presents the new social media policy for the office, and they discuss inappropriate use. 

  • Fall Seven Times Stand Up Eight

    Fall Seven Times Stand Up Eight

    Fall Seven Times, Stand Up Eight uses quotes, pictures and video clips featuring world renown personalities to dramatically demonstrate how, through perseverance and resiliency, success can be achieved. 

  • Falling Up

    Falling Up

    Shawn Achor

    Part of The Happiness Advantage training program.
    With Falling Up, you can turn even the most pessimistic workers into low-level optimists!

  • Fatal Distractions: Keep Your Eyes On The Road

    Fatal Distractions: Keep Your Eyes On The Road

    According to the National Safety Council, at least 23% or 1.3 million of all traffic crashes per year involve cell phone use. But these aren't just numbers. Behind the figures are stories of lives lost and loved ones left behind.

  • Fear and Stress in the Workplace:  Managing the Global Challenge
    • 2001

    Fear and Stress in the Workplace: Managing the Global Challenge

    In most cases, fear can be a healthy emotion -- however, when fear escalates into anxiety, it can have adverse effects on our ability to carry out our daily functions.

  • Fear of Feedback
    • 2004

    Fear of Feedback

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

  • Feed Forward with Marshall Goldsmith
    • 2009

    Feed Forward with Marshall Goldsmith

    Marshall Goldsmith

    Coaching for Your Future
    Feedback is much like the arrow on a shopping mall map that says "You Are Here." It tells you where you are but it doesn't tell you where you want to be.

  • Feedback Skills for Supervisors

    Feedback Skills for Supervisors

    In this continuous communication improvement training program, you'll see how to exercise the four elements (giving feedback, soliciting feedback, receiving feedback and self-evaluation) that make the feedback process useful. 

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