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The Boss Who Knows it All, And Then Some (from Bad Apples™)
Dealing with a boss that discounts ideas and doesn't listen to reason.
The Customer Who Got Up on the Wrong Side of the Bed (from Bad Apples™)
Dealing with a difficult customer - it takes work, but the benefits are easy to see.
The Unexpected Departure
Tips on handling the unexpected departure of a key meeting attendee.
This Needs to Go Out Today
Offering internal customers solutions when their needs have not been met.
What Does a Mentor Do?
When an employee is new to the company, or even new to their role, there’s no substitute for the conversations and support that a mentor provides. Let’s face it, every job has a certain number of rules, processes, must dos and unwritten “ways of things” that, without you, your mentee would have to learn through experience.
What is Mentoring?
When you’re a mentor, you’re really like a coach… someone who can speak from experience… a resource that can give insight, even tips - that will help someone else be successful at what they’re doing.
Where Are the Drop Cloths?
Handling interruptions effectively; putting your focus on the customer even when you're busy.
Who Benefits from Mentoring?
The advice and tips a mentor gives has a direct impact. Mentees benefit from the mentors experience. With a mentor on their side, they can learn the things that can help them get the new chapter in their career started on the right foot.
A human being can change their life… by changing their attitude. It’s up to you. It’s your choice. A thought-provoking video that uses music, text and graphics to inspire and stimulate discussion about attitude and the effects it has on relationships and companies.
Attitude Issues - Interactive Crossword Puzzle
New Micro-Learning Game Pack! Reinforce the definitions and action of addressing workplace attitudes. This interactive eLearning module is a fun way to introduce key concepts for addressing attitudinal conflict.
Team Spark: Assess Your Communication Style
When communicating with others, particularly people from other countries, it is important to recognize when your communication style has become outdated and when it is time to upgrade to a new technique.
Team Spark: Check Assumptions Before Judging
When judging the “dance” of another person, especially across differences such as culture, be careful about making judgments based upon what you think is important. Focusing on their “feet” while communicating may mean you are missing the most important part of their dance.
Team Spark: Proverb - Be Patient
Spark team communication around being patient and giving a project time to move forward - allowing for greater creativity or innovation.
Team Spark: Proverb - Deal with Little Issues
Spark team communication about the protocols that can help us catch small problems early on (before they grow into BIG issues).
Team Spark: Proverb - Don't Insult Someone Who Can Take Care of You
Spark team communication about how to better understand each other so that we don’t offend each other.
Understanding Difficult People
This is a great exercise to introduce the concept of the different types (in the 'difficult' range) of people we'll most often interact with in the workplace.
Everybody Wins - Opening Montage/Three-Step Process/Team Example
"I just love conflict!" Said no one ever! Learn to turn conflict into collaboration by following a three-step process featured in the opening segment of the program.
Ready. Set. CHANGE! - Opening
An introduction on adapting to a restructure change within the workplace.
Clarify. Communicate. Commit.
Summary of process involved in productively responding to change.
I Can A.C.E. That Problem
Review and reinforce the A.C.E. It!™ problem-solving model.