• The Message Behind the Words: It’s How You Say It

    by Barbara Teicher
    1 Lessonsin
    It's How You Say It

    It’s How You Say It looks into the reasons why, at times, someone takes offense at something you’ve said and you have no idea why? Maybe it’s just the opposite and you have been misunderstood. The way you say something can be more important and have a greater impact than the words you use. This is much more extensive than verbal communication skills alone though. The intent behind the words we try to convey may be in opposition to the messages being perceived. They are often not in sync at all.

  • Business Relationships: How to Say No

    by Barbara Teicher
    1 Lessonsin
    Business Relationships

    Most people in business, at times, fall into the schedule and task traps which are created due to a lack of boundaries, a reluctance to push-back or simple naiveté as to the amount of effort would be required. Fortunately, it is possible to regain control by learning the power of saying No and learning to say it in a way that does not offend or deflate the receiver. In this course, author, keynote speaker, corporate trainer and coach, Barbara Teicher, will help you think through when to say “No” and how to say it.

  • Decades of Differences

    by Cathy McCullough
    1 Lessonsin
    Decades of Differences

    The Decades of Differences course will help your leaders, managers and employees understand the distinct generational differences and how to flex to meet each group and individual in a personal and supportive way.

  • LinkedIn Essentials

    by Deltina Hay
    12 Lessonsin

    LInkedIn Essentials is a condensed and comprehensive course demonstrates how to create an optimized LinkedIn profile for businesses and job seekers, and how to create and promote an optimized LinkedIn Company Page.

  • Stop Workplace Drama

    by Marlene Chism
    1 Lessonsin
    Stop Workplace Drama

    In “Stop Workplace Drama” Marlene introduces a new language and fascinating imagery to illustrate the intimate connection between personal drama and workplace drama, and the practical tools to identify and eliminate drama at the core. This one hour program based on Marlene’s award winning book, Stop Workplace Drama is designed to help managers understand why drama hampers productivity and stands in the way of achieving the corporate mission and departmental goals.

  • Critical Thinking: Crucial Skills Under Pressure

    by Dave Bellon
    1 Lessonsin
    Critical Thinking

    The National Council for Excellence in Critical Thinking defines critical thinking as the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gathered from, or generated by, observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication, as a guide to belief and action. Critical Thinking is a compelling, thought-provoking lecture designed to help you as a business owner to become an excellent critical thinker as well as help you think through how to develop excellent critical thinkers in your team.