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Performance Appraisal Videos and DVDs

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  • In An Instant - Volume 3: Leadership Development

    In An Instant - Volume 3: Leadership Development

    Anthony Salemi

    Short training videos to help you learn how to give feedback, commit for action, motivate, make decisions and manage stress... In An Instant

  • I’d Like A Word With You

    I’d Like A Word With You

    This humorous program shows managers and team leaders, who have responsibilities for staff, just how badly a discipline interview can be handled.

  • Judging Talent

    Judging Talent

    Hiring decisions and performance evaluations are affected by common biases, such as favoring tall or attractive candidates. In the Judging Talent program, Professor Flynn provides techniques for conducting objective employee evaluations. 

  • Legal and Effective Performance Appraisals

    Legal and Effective Performance Appraisals

    Performance appraisals provide an ideal opportunity for collaborative, two-way communication between supervisors and their employees. Yet, they also carry an incredible legal responsibility.

  • Let’s T.A.L.K.

    Let’s T.A.L.K.

    Handling the Difficult Performance Appraisal.  The T.A.L.K. approach (Tell it like you see it; Ask for feedback; Lead toward a solution; Keep at it) makes appraisals easier and more effective, keeping the focus on work-related issues, not on personalities. 

  • Looking Forward

    Looking Forward

    Your Performance Appraisal
    Everyone knows that managers need to be trained to lead successful performance appraisal meetings. But did you ever consider the other side of the table?

  • Love ’Em or Lose ’Em: Employee Retention Trainer’s Toolkit

    Love ’Em or Lose ’Em: Employee Retention Trainer’s Toolkit

    Sharon Evans/Beverly Kay

    This Trainer's Toolkit® was created in cooperation with employee retention experts Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans, talented authors of the book Love 'Em or Lose 'Em: Getting Good People to Stay.

  • Minimizing Gender Bias in the Workplace

    Minimizing Gender Bias in the Workplace

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Shelley Correll Director, Layman Institute, Professor of Sociology, Stanford University

  • Once And For All:  Resolving Performance Challenges

    Once And For All: Resolving Performance Challenges

    Once and for All takes a straight-forward, yet entertaining approach to delivering the message that dealing with employee performance challenges is rarely easy or quick.

  • Painless Performance Improvement

    Painless Performance Improvement

    A training video comedy, Painless Performance Improvement combines highly entertaining hosts with dramatic and realistic coaching moments. Supervisors will relate to scenes of management gone awry as well as employee’s favorite excuses and sidetracks.

  • People and Productivity Collection

    People and Productivity Collection

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    This specially priced, 10-program set shares proven strategies for helping your workforce reach its full potential.

  • Performance Appraisals: Getting Results

    Performance Appraisals: Getting Results

    How to conduct employee reviews that bring out the best from your staff, and tackle poor performance before it becomes a habit.

  • Performance Matters - The Need for Constructive Criticism

    Performance Matters - The Need for Constructive Criticism

    John Cleese

    Part of the Performance Matters Series
    Hosted by John Cleese, this program will enable managers to employ criticism as a means of preventing the recurrence of mistakes and improving staff performance.

  • Performance Review: Code Red

    Performance Review: Code Red

    How to handle a difficult review
    Help managers conduct better performance reviews.

  • Positive Discipline

    Positive Discipline

    This powerful new training program helps your supervisors get beyond the belief that confronting negative performance has to be unpleasant and punitive in nature.

  • The Balancing Act: Gender Issues and Career Development

    The Balancing Act: Gender Issues and Career Development

    Program #12 of the Building A Diverse Workforce For The Global Millennium Series. This program will generate great discussion on gender issues and how to balance career and family.

  • The Dreaded Appraisal: Both Sides of an Appraisal Interview

    The Dreaded Appraisal: Both Sides of an Appraisal Interview

    To ensure managers conduct positive appraisals that focus on staff motivation and business effectiveness.

  • The Gift of Feedback with Marshall Goldsmith

    The Gift of Feedback with Marshall Goldsmith

    Marshall Goldsmith

    Understanding and Using Feedback for Personal Growth
    If another person had a gift that could make you a better teammate, leader, friend or parent, would you ask for it?

  • This Is Going To Hurt Me More Than It Hurts You

    This Is Going To Hurt Me More Than It Hurts You

    John Cleese

    Learn a confident and pro-active approach to bad news interviews with John Cleese.

  • What About Me?

    What About Me?

    Diversity’s Impact on The Careers of Non-Management White Males
    Program #6 of the Building A Diverse Workforce For The Global Millennium Series. Some employees perceive an environment of reverse discrimination. How do you cope with resentme

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