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Remind employees how important they are to the success of the organization - and how important their engagement fits into the overall team/workplace. Use any one of the various short video programs (a SMART-START™ or Discussion Generator video).
Building team confidence and trust helps to resolve communication issues that may impede team progress. A trusting team will be able to function as a cohesive unit when critical decisions have to be made.
Make keeping the skills alive fun. Use a short program as a meeting opener or as part of a training session prior to implementing a Retention Game.
Spark team communication around root cause analysis and correcting workplace mistakes.
Make a big impact in your organization in a short amount of time by using Beyond The Box: Smart Activities to Enhance Learning, a companion guide Sollah's discussion/meeting opener video collection. Whether you are looking for ways to promote your culture, trigger meaningful discussion, assess individual or team development areas, or reinforce organizational priorities and philosophies, you will find the combination of using short videos mixed with fun activities a powerful means to help achieve your goals.
A package of over twenty activities designed to encourage longevity of skills. Use this activity bundle to support skill development and to help turn appropriate actions into habits for maximum long-term impact.
Have you ever been blind-sided… ambushed… or side-swiped by somebody at work? Being the target of office politics is never fun. This thought-provoking, powerful short video uses impactful imagery, video and music to inform and encourage discussion the on the ups and downs of office politics within an organization.
Engagement is not the same as employee satisfaction… not the same as employee happiness. Employee engagement is the emotional commitment your employees have to the organization… and its goals. These easy-to-use cards provide a simple model (E.N.G.A.G.E.) along with thought-provoking questions on employee engagement. These cards are great for a quick training reminder, reinforcement or as a conversation generator.
Creating a team comprised of diverse individuals may require a more careful balancing of components, but in the end provides the opportunity for brilliant results when done with careful thought and respect.
This energizer is intended to refocus attention on the learning at hand. Use any one of the various Sollah Interactive short video programs (a SMART-START™ or meeting opener).
The goal of this energizer is to keep participants motivated during the training.
Focus on goal-setting for the training session
Use this activity to effectively gain a shared understanding of the purpose of the training. Use any Sollah Interactive short video (a SMART-START™ or meeting opener).
This discussion trigger and energizer is intended to set the mood for the training session. Use any Sollah Interactive short video program (a SMART-START™ or meeting opener).
Diversity includes such factors as age, race, ethnic heritage, gender, sexual orientation, work experience, first language, income, family status, military experience, religion and many other unique characteristics. Inclusion is the willingness to go below the surface to connect and discover value through our similarities and differences. The goal of this training activity is to find others who share similar characteristics.
In today’s work environment, finding the time to explore teamwork issues is not easy. This activity is designed to provide quick 10-15 minute team discussions the power of collaboration among projects and teams.
Adaptive communication is a skill that is also critical to organizational growth. Keeping something the same just “because this is the way we have always done it” hinders an organization from innovating and progressing. Adaptation taps into employee skill sets and allows people to utilize their diversity to improve upon old “songs”, making a new version that supports growth.
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.
Being open and flexible about how work gets done, especially on diverse teams with many different perspectives, invites healthy collaboration and the collective pull of the entire team towards the end goal.
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.