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

    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.

  • Confined Space Entry: A Deadly Situation
    • CC

    Confined Space Entry: A Deadly Situation

    The hazards in a confined space can be deadly, but with careful planning, the right equipment and thorough training, the hazards inside a confined space can be controlled. 

  • Confined Space Safety

    Confined Space Safety

    Compliance Training For: 29 CFR 1910.146
    If your employees know confined space hazards, it can save their lives and the lives of their coworkers.

  • Confined Spaces: Survival By Permit

    Confined Spaces: Survival By Permit

    A terrific program that uses a dramatic space entry and rescue to drive home the importance of preparing for every confined space entry.

  • Conflict Clock

    Conflict Clock

    Taking T.I.M.E. to Resolve Conflict in the Workplace
    Designed to help your employees, leaders and teams respond to workplace conflicts successfully.

  • Conflict Resolution: A Win/Win Approach
    • 1997

    Conflict Resolution: A Win/Win Approach

    Conflict Resolution A Win Win Approach will show your employees successful conflict resolution methods and have them master the techniques that ensure a win-win situation.

  • Conflict: The Rules of Engagement
    • 1994
    • CC

    Conflict: The Rules of Engagement

    Pat Heim

    "But one of the great ironies about conflict," says Dr. Heim, "is that conflict is a central component for developing team cohesion in the workplace."

  • Conflicts in the Workplace
    • CC

    Conflicts in the Workplace

    There will always be conflict. The secret is learning to manage it successfully. Doing so empowers you to take control of your life—and career.

  • Corporate Culture and Performance

    Corporate Culture and Performance

    John P. Kotter

    Harvard Business School professor and best selling author, John Kotter identifies the characteristics of healthy and unhealthy corporate cultures and then guides you through a process which will positively transform the culture within your organization.

  • Courage 2 Coach
    • 2016

    Courage 2 Coach

    The Courage 2 Coach training program outlines a specific four-step process for coaching that will work in any employee performance situation.

  • Courage to Coach
    • 2000

    Courage to Coach

    A common sense approach to confronting tough employee performance situations
    Effective coaching is the single most important factor in employee development today.

  • Cracked Pot
    • 2010

    Cracked Pot

    SpiritClips

    The Cracked Pot teaches us to appreciate the talents and contributions of each member of the team, regardless of preconceived notions about his or her potential.

  • Creating a Mindset for Change

    Creating a Mindset for Change

    Laura Goodrich

    Develop a mindset for positive organizational change with Creating a Mindset for Change. Learn implementation strategies you need to create an environment of positive change, both personally and professionally.

  • Creating a No-Blame Culture
    • 2012

    Creating a No-Blame Culture

    Everyone is blamed when Carol’s social responsibility strategy goes horribly wrong.

  • Creating a People-Centered Organization

    Creating a People-Centered Organization

    Sam Tyler

    As Sam says, "The only differentiator with unlimited potential is the human being." Hear and see for yourself what it will take to achieve excellence a decade from now.

  • Creating Infectious Action

    Creating Infectious Action

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Jennifer Aaker Professor of Marketing, Stanford Graduate School of Business explains brand development and the nuts and bolts of using social media for viral marketing.

  • Creating Positive Impressions
    • 2012

    Creating Positive Impressions

    The Creating Positive Impressions training program looks at how people conduct themselves when greeting clients, working together, body language and how to conduct yourself when making a first impression.

  • Creating the Respect Effect
    • 2010

    Creating the Respect Effect

    Preventing Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation Creating the Respect Effect educates your managers and employees about the characteristics and the benefits of a respectful work environment.

  • Creating Winning Social Media Strategies

    Creating Winning Social Media Strategies

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Charlene Li Founder, Altimeter Group shows us how companies can use social media tools to develop more intimate and beneficial relationships with customers.

  • Creativity: The Pixar Process

    Creativity: The Pixar Process

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Ed Catmull President, Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studio provides a roadmap for innovation and creativity through learning from mistakes, teamwork, and a focus on excellence.

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