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Obtaining (and possibly using) insider information.
An example of work team conflict: two teams working through differences to make progress toward a common goal.
The importance of active listening. When we actively listen – our body language, gestures and behaviors let other know we are engaged.
An example of conflict between a manager and an employee; reflects different ideas of work/life balance and communication styles
Subject matter expert provides overview of harassment & discrimination and why training is needed and relevant today.
Allows for personal assessment and reflection on the training topic at hand.
Introducing the impact of hidden bias on thoughts and actions
Teach your employees what it really means to consistently act with integrity—the kind of integrity that leads to organizational excellence! Designed specifically for healthcare institutions, this video-driven workshop will help create a safe environment of committed, ethical employees by giving them a common language to discuss and address today’s most challenging ethical work-related issues.
A quick look into accepting and giving gifts. In this scenario, a business associate/vendor offers tickets to an event as a "thank you."
Balancing the need to have speedy production while assuring quality control. If you notice a co-worker violating the code of business ethics, it is your ethical obligation to them, to the company, and to yourself to gather your thoughts about the situation and organize an appropriate response to help minimize potential risks.
Handling reports of violations (confidential information).
A teacher takes necessary steps. Review Organizational Polices, Document actions and responses, Involve HR or management, Formalize complaint.
The importance of clarifying how a change impacts everyone differently.
A very effective and to-the-point vignette that deals with anti-gay and anti-diverse behavior in the workplace.
Between You and Me: Solving Conflict (Public Sector Version) shows that personal behaviors and situations must be put aside. The focus must be on job-related behavior only. We can’t change an individual’s personality, but we can help change his/her actions!
Looking for a great way to provide sales coaching and training to your entry level sales team (and individuals). The Sales Made Simple™ (Entry Level Sales) package provides seven common sales questions designed to help empower your sales team. Each question is answered by our sales expert in easy-to-implement coaching bites.
Reviews how to best analyze the needs of a client during the sales process.
How to best handle phone calls while also helping another customer in person.
Asking questions to understand a problem
How initiative, decisiveness and seeking ways to improve performance can help promote positive and proactive behavior.