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Show your managers how to deal with discipline – without becoming adversarial or resorting to formal warnings.
This program is a must-have for anyone new to the appraisal process and a valuable reminder tool for those with more experience. It is a complete package designed to help both sides get achieve positive results from an appraisal interview.
This animated program will teach your managers how to eliminate age discrimination in the workplace and help their team members accept diversity as a postive in any organization.
If you have lazy teammates, cranky customers, bossy bosses or rigid co-workers, then Bad Apples™ is for you! This program can give supervisors, managers and employees some practical, easy-to-use techniques for eliminating negativity in the workplace.
Demonstrate the importance of skilful questioning not just in interviews, but in everyday team working and problem solving situations too.
Counselling Skills for Managers
This realistic yet light-hearted drama gives managers the tools to deal with employees whose personal problems are affecting their work.
Available in French.
Learn how to make your performance feedback discussions more productive and focused to create a satisfying and productive work environment and promote employee retention throughout your workplace.
A positive appraisal interview should focus on staff motivation and business effectiveness. All too often, though, managers find it difficult to steer the interview in that direction, getting sidetracked by personal agendas. This amusing film shows managers how to cut to the chase and make appraisal interviews more productive.
The annual appraisal is an opportunity for mangers to assess their team's performance and tackle areas that need improvement in the year ahead. The Empowering Appraisal contains everything you need to start, run or improve a company appraisal system.
This engaging and amusing drama explores essential interviewing skills needed to ensure that a discipline interview leads to a positive outcome, not a disastrous one.