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  • Empowering Employees

    Empowering Employees

    Empowerment is the ability to let others assume the responsibilities, risks and rewards associated with making their own decisions.

  • Fear of Feedback

    Fear of Feedback

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

  • Feedback Skills for Supervisors

    Feedback Skills for Supervisors

    Cultivate your critiquing skills and make feedback a winning part of your business strategy.

  • In An Instant - Volume 3: Leadership Development

    In An Instant - Volume 3: Leadership Development

    Anthony Salemi

    Learn how to give feedback, commit for action, motivate, make decisions and manage stress... In An Instant

  • In An Instant - Volume 4: Employee Development

    In An Instant - Volume 4: Employee Development

    Anthony Salemi

    Learn how to deal with closed-mindedness, procrastination, conflict, interpersonal interaction, and delegation... In An Instant

  • Manager or Mouse

    Manager or Mouse

    Watch as Louie improves his operations and ultimately his customer service in this witty video about a carpet installation company.

  • Meeting Management Challenges 2

    Meeting Management Challenges 2

    Workplaces are fast-paced, challenging, and diverse environments that can create conflict and misunderstanding. Successful resolution of problems among colleagues is a vital aspect of good management. 

  • Succeed by Coaching

    Succeed by Coaching

    With this practical guide of do-it-now information you'll discover the essentials of coaching, including how to do it, when to do it, and why it is necessary in today's business world.

  • Supervising the Difficult Employee

    Supervising the Difficult Employee

    Supervising the Difficult Employee, will steer you through six main objectives that will help you redirect difficult employees. Learn the root problem, use accurate documentation, then helping the employee take corrective action. 

  • The Inspiring Leader

    The Inspiring Leader

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Jack Zenger, PhD Cofounder and CEO, Zenger Folkman

  • The New Supervisor: Skills for Success

    The New Supervisor: Skills for Success

    This program will help you develop and improve your skills and make being a supervisor productive and enjoyable. Learn communication skills, leadership skills, decision making and more.

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