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Probe Into Verbal Cues (Interviewing Tip)
Interviewee is asked to describe a recent programming challenge, which required they to be particularly systematic in developing a solution. Example of interview question and candidate response to prompt probing question.
Redirection and the Five Steps Explained
Explains how to refocus attention and energy on desirable behavior.
Redirection With a Coworker
How using positive redirection with a coworker improves relationships and performance.
Redirection With a Team Member
How using positive redirection with a team member improves relationships and productivity.
Repeat the Question (Interviewing Tips)
Example of interview question and candidate response to prompt probing question. Interviewee is asked about a time when they had to deal with a difficult customer.
Seek Contrary Evidence (Interviewing Tip)
Explanation of the probing strategy of seeking contrary evidence.
The “Whatever” Co-Worker…
Getting people to care about things they think are "no big deal" can be a challenge. But when everybody understands how important their own contribution is – progress it what happens. More work gets done right the first time, and everybody feels good about putting the effort.
The “Whatever” Co-Worker… (Healthcare)
Getting people to care about things they think are "no big deal" can be a dance. But when everybody gets on the same page - understands how important their own contribution is – it can be amazing what happens. More work gets done right the first time, and everybody feels good about making the effort.
Whale Done! Response and the Four Steps Defined
Introduces the importance of 'catching' people doing things right as a way of building positive relationships and motivating employees.
Credibility is being aware of how we impact others. Building trusting relationships. Meeting deadlines...being responsive...having integrity. This thought-provoking, powerful short video uses impactful imagery, video and music to encourage discussion on the importance of credibility in the workplace.
Employee engagement is a workplace approach resulting in the right conditions for all members of an organization to give of their best each day, committed to their organization’s goals and values, motivated to contribute to organizational success, with an enhanced sense of their own well-being. This thought-provoking, powerful short video uses impactful imagery, video and music to encourage discussion on the importance of engaging your employees.
Help executives be knowledgeable and supportive of upcoming or ongoing training with a high-level overview.
Discussion Card: Leadership
Are you leveraging the true power of leadership within you team? With your employees? Being a good leader isn't rocket science, but it takes skill... and patience... and practice. These easy-to-use cards provide a simple model (L.E.A.D.E.R.) along with thought-provoking questions on better understanding what it takes to truly lead. These cards are great for a quick training reminder, reinforcement or as a conversation generator.
Get the Whole Picture™ - Introduction
Introduction to advanced behavior-based interviewing techniques
The Extraordinary Leader - Program Opening/Perspectives
Real people expressing concerns and insight into what it takes to become a leader
Whale Done! - Program Introduction with Ken Blanchard
Ken Blanchard introduces the Whale Done! approach to building trust and positive relationships.
Whale Done! in Action - Program Introduction/Whale Done! Philosophy
Introduces the Whale Done! philosophy of building positive relationships to turn your workplace into a place with a positive and passionate spirit.
The Extraordinary Leader - You Can Make An Extraordinary Difference
Review of the keys to becoming an extraordinary leader and why it is important.
Whale Done! - Program Summary (Building Relationships)
Review of Whale Done! approach; building relationships to get positive results.
Case Study & Branching Exercise: Highly Critical (Manager)
You are a manager of a large division. One of your best performing employees has a reputation for being highly critical of her co-workers. She criticizes the competency of other team members, how many hours they work compared to her, and how much time they spend socializing on the job. What do you do? Kick start a great discussion with this case study and branching exercise.