TakeAway Training Film Series (DVD)

TakeAway Training Film Series (DVD)

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The TakeAway Training Film Series is an established definitive collection of management training films. The films provide no-nonsense advice and informed insights to help managers and their staff do their jobs better. Each film introduces, discusses and tests practical techniques and ideas that managers can adopt easily and that will make a significant difference to their skills and effectiveness. The films are available in either DVD or VHS format, and are based on discussions between Eve Ash and Peter Quarry, the two experienced psychologists behind the series. Where the subject is more cutting-edge, Peter Quarry is in conversation with recognised experts in their respective fields. Comprehensive Coverage The 140 titles in the series cover a wide range of topical management subjects and form a valuable collection ideal for learning resource centres and libraries. They are ideal for all managers, supervisors and staff who need to grasp the essentials of a subject in the minimum of time; packed with tips, advice and ideas that can be applied in the workplace immediately. Subjects covered: Absenteeism ¢ Action Learning ¢ Appraisal ¢ Assertiveness ¢ Body Language ¢ Bullying ¢ Career Development ¢ Change ¢ Coaching and Mentoring ¢ Counselling ¢ Cross-Cultural Training ¢ Customer Service ¢ Delegation ¢ Difficult People ¢ E-learning ¢ Feedback Skills ¢ Financial Training ¢ Health and Safety ¢ Induction ¢ Knowledge Management ¢ Leadership ¢ Learning Organization ¢ Management Development ¢ Managerial Effectiveness ¢ Management Skills ¢ Meetings ¢ Motivation ¢ Multiple Intelligences ¢ Negotiation ¢ Organizational Development ¢ Problem Solving ¢ Project Management ¢ Recruitment and Selection ¢ Sales Training ¢ Stress ¢ Supervisor Training ¢ Team Development ¢ Time Management ¢ Training Management ¢ Train the Trainer Each of the titles in the series is available individually in VHS or DVD format. Alternatively, the series may be purchased as a set of 50 key titles or as a complete set of 140 titles.