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Enjoy a 1-minute preview of some of the latest releases in The BizLibrary Collection:
Persevering at Work
Welcome to ‘Persevering at Work,’ a video lesson meant to teach you the how perseverance can drive achievement and increase personal fulfillment. While learning key terms like stickability, grit, and pivot, the viewer will understand about the importance of persevering through struggles during one’s career. This struggle will lead to a better understanding of what one is capable of and what makes one happy.
Propelling Performance with Open-Book Management
Welcome to the ‘Propelling Performance with Open-Book Management’ video course intended to teach you how to optimize your continuous improvement efforts with open-book management. This video lesson, ‘Open-Book Management: The Missing Link,’ is the first of four. In this lesson, learners will become aware that there is a missing piece in creating a high-performance organization and that some important questions must be answered. In addition, viewers will learn about the problems with the traditional approach of not sharing the financial numbers with employees. Ultimately, learners will come to understand what open-book management is and how it fills that gap in creating a truly highperforming organization.
Bad Language in the Workplace: The Consequences of Cursing
Welcome to the "Bad Language in the Workplace" video course intended to warn against using profanity at work. This video lesson, "The Consequences of Cursing," explains why cursing in the workplace is detrimental to employees and employers. In this lesson, learners will become familiar with the legal ramifications of tolerating cursing in the workplace. In addition, viewers will learn how profanity affects organizational performance and how employers perceive employees who curse. Finally, this video lesson conveys formal and informal steps organizations need to take to control cursing in the workplace.
The Art of Presentational Speaking
Welcome to the topic of presentational speaking! This video course, ‘The Art of Presentational Speaking – Content,’ comprises seven video lessons and is meant to help learners prepare the content of their presentation. This video lesson, ‘What It Takes to Be a Good Presenter,’ is the first of seven. In this lesson, learners will take the ultimate test to determine whether they have what it takes to become a great presenter. They will also learn the best style of presenting, as well as four actions to take in becoming a great presenter.
Being Truthful about Tough Messages
Welcome to the "Being Truthful about Tough Messages" video lesson meant to teach you how to face difficult discussions with honesty and directness. In this lesson, learners will become aware of why people often aren’t truthful about tough messages at work. In addition, viewers will learn about the four types of truth resistance: psychological resistance, financial resistance, perceptual resistance, and confident awareness. Finally, learners will receive useful tips for conveying difficult messages truthfully and productively.
Team Facilitation Skills: Meeting Management
Welcome to the "Team Facilitation Skills: Meeting Management" video course meant to teach leaders how to prepare for and run team meetings. This video lesson, "Setting Up the Meeting Environment," is the first of eight. From it, the learner will know what characteristics to look for when choosing a space to meet to help teams be as productive as possible.
LGBT+ Equality in the Workplace
Welcome to the video lesson on LGBT+ equality in the workplace. This lesson is intended to reinforce training on harassment and discrimination by viewing it through the lens of sexual orientation and gender identity. In this lesson, viewers will come to understand the legal, business, and personal cases for not discriminating against LGBT+ individuals. In addition, learners should come to recognize that the workplace needs to be a place of equality and respect. Ultimately, viewers should understand their personal responsibility to not create differences but rather focus on their common goal—get work done.
Welcome to "The Fundamentals of Persuasion" video lesson meant to elucidate what persuasion is -- and what it’s not -- while also showing what prevents people from being persuaded. This lesson is the first of four in the "Persuasion Basics" video course, which teaches learners how to be persuasive in any context with easy-to-use social and conversational techniques. Persuasion is not manipulation. Rather, it is helping people meet their unmet needs and demonstrating how you can add value. This lesson will instill in learners a better understanding of what persuasion is, which will help them be more persuasive when interacting with others.
Addressing Workplace Dysfunctions
Welcome to the "Understanding Dysfunctions" video lesson meant to teach learners the fundamentals of dysfunction. This video lesson is the first of four in the "Addressing Workplace Dysfunctions" video course, which conveys how to recognize and resolve dysfunctions in the workplace -- and in life. In this lesson, viewers will learn the definition and characteristics of dysfunction and see how dysfunction can occur not only within the body, but also in behaviors, relationships, and systems. Learners will also reflect on various examples of dysfunctions that occur in everyday life.