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Open people's minds to question old ways of doing things, think outside the box, change perceptions and learn new paradigms.
People often seek unanimous agreement in spite of facts pointing to another conclusion. The phenomenon is called groupthink. This award-winning video uses the story of the space shuttle Challenger to explore the phenomenon.
Five Lessons for Leaders in the 21st Century
This video explores these shifts and offers five concepts that will improve the performance of any leader.
People often seek unanimous agreement in spite of facts pointing to another conclusion. The phenomenon is called groupthink. And this absorbing, award-winning video is the most definitive ever on the subject.
In this 2nd Edition, a timeless message explains how our paradigms, the rules we live by, can limit our ability to innovate and create in today's rapidly changing world.
For more than a decade, Joel Barker has helped us deal with change. Today, his message is more important than ever. That’s why his best-selling training program has been re-invented.
This short "Educator's Cut" of the classic Pygmalion Effect program is designed for use in staff development sessions to spark discussion around the topic of teacher expectations and their link to student performance.
Limited expectations bring limited results, high expectations lead to exceptional results. The good news is that you can teach all leaders how to tap into the positive effects of the Pygmalion Effect with their employees, improving productivity and morale in the process.
Most failed attempts at change in the workplace don't fail because they were a bad idea – but because employees weren’t prepared with the tools they needed to handle the change. Teach individual employees the skills necessary to understand and support change initiatives.
This 10-minute video is the perfect training tool for work groups, teams, departments and organizations interested in encouraging creativity and innovation, risk-taking, and making the most of change.