FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS SERIES
There are foundational skills employees needs to be successful, no matter the job they're in. From the lessons in this playlist, viewers will learn how to be in tune with their emotions, how to productively resolve conflict, how to manage their time well, best practices for email security, and more!
Productively Resolving Conflicts
Conflict resolution is a way for two or more parties to find a solution to disagreements that may be personal, financial, political, or emotional. This video showcases how to navigate and resolve conflict situations productively.
Respect at Work: Active Listening
Have you ever been in a conversation with someone and then they ask, “Are you even listening to me?” If so, that means you weren’t exercising active listening. This video helps learners fully engage in conversations with others while guiding employees to cultivate a respectful by deciphering good and bad examples of listening.
Time Management Toolkit: Taking Back Your Time
We’ve all felt like there aren’t enough hours in the day. To combat that, this video showcase seven popular time management techniques: the pickle jar theory, the Eisenhower method, 18 minutes, the bullet journal method, time blocking, ABC analysis, and the pomodoro technique.
Inclusive Mindset: Why Mindset Matters
This expert-led video by Justin Jones-Fosu focuses on actively making inclusivity something you are as opposed to something has to be done. Jones-Fosu discusses mind habits, attitudes, and beliefs while considering the differences between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset as well as an inclusive mindset and an exclusion mindset.
Building Great Relationships with Bosses
It’s commonly said that employees leave jobs because of their managers, so it’s important to establish a good rapport. In this video, learners will see how to form a mutually beneficial relationship with their superiors by establishing trust with anyone they encounter at work, get tips to help them work productively with their boss, and things they should avoid doing to preserve their boss’s trust and respect.
Emotional Intelligence Crash Course
Emotional IQ Starts with You: It’s important to understand and be able to manage your own emotions, as well as recognize and influence the emotions of those around you. This video describes the theory of multiple intelligences and then dives into emotional intelligence specifically and discusses how to increase it, questions to consider how well the learner knows themselves, and tips to increase self-awareness.
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