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The Pain of Work-Setting Yourself Free Course

In this course, we focus on the four pain zones of the human body that are most susceptible to office work. The Head zone, the Neck and Shoulders Zone, The Back and Legs Zone, and the Tummy zone. Employees learn how to Break, Back Up, Look Away, and Walk Away, to improve their health at work. Managers learn how to create a plan for employees to help them eliminate their Pain in the Workplace. The end result: Decreased Disability claims, reduced absences and even increased productivity. It should take you approximately 40 minutes to get through this course. 

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Active Shooter ALERT: Staying Safe in the Workplace Course

In this course, Active Shooter ALERT: Staying Safe in the Workplace, we will cover the statistics on Private and Government Sector shootings, define the term, Workplace Violence, analyze the WHY behind workplace shootings, and the after effect of workplace shootings on an individual, as well as provide employers and employees with tips for staying safe in these frightful, yet real situations.

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The Stay Interview Toolkit

Research shows that voluntary quits are approaching historic highs, while Gallup reports employee engagement has flat-lined over the past 15 years. Low employee engagement and high employee turnover is COSTLY. We have the solution: Stay Interviews. Stay Interviews are one-on-one meetings between leaders and their newly-hired and continuing employees to improve engagement and retention. This toolkit builds the skills leaders and managers need to successful conduct Stay Interviews with their employees and build a successful Stay Plan. This Toolkit has been approved for 2 hours of continuing education credit through HRCI.

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Snapshot Guide to Better Known Change Management Models/Methodologies (Course)

These slides contain a "snapshot" guide to 30 of the "better known" change models/methodologies. They have been created to provide you with an overview of each individual model/methodology. They are not intended to go into a definite amount of detail.  There are two slides for each model/methodology: - Slide 1 provides details of the model and/or methodology creator with some additional high-level information. - Slide 2 provides a diagram of the model/methodology with some additional high-level supporting context.  The 30 modes are McKinsey's 7-S Model, AIM Change Management Methodology, Beckhard and Harris Change Equation, Kotter's 8 Stage Model, Prosci's ADKAR Methodology, LaMarsh Global Change Methodology, Senge's Systemic Model, Kurt Lewin's Change Model, Bridge's Transition Model, The Kubler-Ross Curve, ChangeFirst PCI Model, GE Change Acceleration Process (CAP), Pritchetts's Change Management Model, Being First's Change Leaders Roadmap, Weisbord Six-Box Model, Burke & Litwin Model, Bullock and Batten Planned Change Model, Carnall's Change Management Model, Cummings and Worley's Model, Prochaska and DiClemente Model, Schein's Model of Change, Nadler and Tushman's Congruence Model, Cooperrider's Appreciative Inquiry (AI), Jick's 10-Step Tactical Change Model, Knoster's Model for Managing Complex Change, Lippitt, Watson and Westley Model, Edgar Huse's Seven Stage Model of Change, Hickman's Organisational Change Practices, The Four Rooms of Change, Mitre's Organisational Assessment Approach. Got a question about the product? Email us at or ask the author directly by using the form to the right. If you cannot view the preview above this document description, go here to view the large preview instead.

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Reinventing Senior Executives: THE 50+ Guide (Course)

This guide / training course is for senior CEOs, business executives and entrepreneurs, 50+ or 60+ or even 70+, male or female, of Fortune 500 companies, multinational companies and SMEs, anywhere on the planet. It is a comprehensive and strategic approach to rejuvenate senior executives, to counteract aging effects and even reverse them, and to boost their youthfulness, resilience and outlook. Moreover, to help senior executives resonate better with the rapidly changing world driven by new trends and disrupting innovations and social transformations. It is about developing renewed" bench strength" for greater corporate longevity. Objective is to give you as a senior executive the tools to reinvent and rejuvenate yourself physically, mentally and spiritually. The guide seeks to help you acquire EVERY YEAR high impact tools, skills and habits, and also technological gadgets and leading edge transformation techniques. It is loaded with some hundred new tips with refreshing perspective presenting many original methods that work immediately. It helps you push your inherent limits to even surpass the performance of younger executives. It does not only help you to catch up with the present fast changing business environment but to adapt to the even more important FUTURE landscape.  Ample research has been performed for this guide to bring out the best available and from known international sources. The guide includes also a lot of visuals to prove the point and to stimulate thinking.  The guide / training course has been jointly created by two senior business and management consultants, Stephen Sweid and John Gelmini and, with extensive international presence and involvement. Both consultants have a solid strategic perspective and are oriented towards transformation and quantum leaps on the professional and organizational levels. The senior authors are talking from their own international proven experience and tested methods, as a cumulative lifelong experience, presenting the creme of the creme. They are also reinforcing their inputs with research and empirical data, e.g. international statistics and various international surveys.  JOHN GELMINI is an accomplished management consultant, troubleshooter, project manager and transformation leader who has travelled extensively, has an international pedigree and has operated in diverse environments with up to 55 different nationalities. Across a total of 60 different engagements all of them have been completed on time and to budget with full benefits realization using a mixture of Far Eastern, Western , proprietary and blended techniques to achieve the end result. Dr. STEPHEN M. SWEID is a senior business and management consultant, researcher, trainer and globetrotter with over 20 years consulting and research experience on the international scene, including Europe, USA, Middle East and Far East, covering a wide spectrum of industries. Stephen has contributed to numerous international donor organizations, such as UNDP, UNIDO, World Bank, and European Commission and to many multinationals, such as Siemens, IBM, Nikon and Toshiba, but also to many SMEs in different countries. Consultant specializes in quantum leap strategy and innovation. He started in 2010 the Linkedin group "50+ Quantum Leapers," which is still active. The guide can be used as a training course too. Authors can also deliver this whole material or individual topics as consulting, or as an in-house presentation or as a training course. >>> THIS IS NOT A MEDICAL OR HEALTH GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS About the authors  Objective of the guide  About this guide  Background and justification  Demographic Statistics 50+ and 60+  Senior CEOs in USA and other countries  Statistics about millionaires and companies  Stats of small businesses and startups and age  Examples of Entrepreneurs after 60  Comparative advantages of 50+ and 60+  Thinking and habits of wealthiest people  Self audit after 50 and 60  Issues of time for senior executives  Optimal Performance Style for Senior Executives  Secrets of Longevity from the Blue Zones  Transformation issues as senior executive  Quantum leap change for senior CEOs  Pushing limits and constant motion  The Push factor  Fitness for leaders  Issues of calculated risk for senior CEOs  Role of a strong willpower and never giving up  Tips by Richard Branson and Warren Buffet  New measures and skills to add  The role of new gadgets and technology  Technology freak Learning and experiencing new things  Your senses  Indirect research and research skills  Recalibrating forecasting  The two secrets of success  Coping with a new environment  Habits of numerous famous senior executives  Magic Keys to improved performance  Combating stress for senior executives  Synergizing with Your Organization  People and collaboration issues  Coaching  Changing the world  Mixing with people  The power of the spoken word  The international dimension  Prioritizing for senior CEOs  Advanced strategic thinking  Magic of daily achievements  The WOW concept and approach  Testing ideas first  Memory boosters  Creativity boosters  Iterative convergence method  Innovative organizations  Suggested training courses Got a question about the product? 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Kirkpatrick Model for Evaluating Training Programs (Course)

The Kirkpatrick Model is the worldwide standard for evaluating the effectiveness of training. It considers the value of any type of training, formal or informal, across four levels. Created by Dr. Donald Kirkpatrick, the model is applied before, during and after training to both maximize and demonstrate the value of training to the organization.  Understanding and using the model is important not just to HRD professionals but also to managers and individuals who play a critical role in ensuring that training programs can be improved and applied to create positive impact to the organization. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. State why evaluation of training programs is critical to you and your organization 2. Apply Kirkpatrick's four levels of evaluation to your training programs 3. Use guidelines for developing evaluations 4. Implement various forms and approaches to evaluation CONTENTS 1. Introduction to the Kirkpatrick Model - Introduction to the Kirkpatrick Model - Frequent Questions Asked by HRD Professionals on Training Performance - Quantitative or Qualitative Measures? - Ten Factors of Developing Training Programs - Eight Factors to Consider for Improving Training Programs - Reasons Why Many Companies Do Not Gather Feedback for Improving Training Programs - Kirkpatrick's Four-level Training Evaluation Model 2. The Four Levels - Level 1: Reaction - Level 2: Learning - Level 3: Behavior - Level 4: Results Got a question about the product? Email us at or ask the author directly by using the form to the right. If you cannot view the preview above this document description, go here to view the large preview instead.

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Cost Reduction Opportunities (across Value Chain) (Course)

This is a 24-slide PowerPoint. This document details cost reduction opportunities across the Value Chain (as defined by strategist Michael Porter). Cost reduction initiatives are categorized in the areas of *Enterprise-wide Opportunities (includes Share Services, Outsourcing, Product Innovation ideas) *Asset Management Opportunities *Function Specific Opportunities (includes IT/MIS, Finance & Accounting, HR, Procurement/Sourcing, Product Development, Logistics & Fulfillment, Sales & Marketing, Operations, Services) Over 45 cost reduction initiatives identified. For each initiative, specific examples are provided, along with projected potential savings.

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IMDG Function Specific Training Program-Amd 38

The IMDG Code requires that all shore-side dangerous goods personnel be trained. This training program focuses on the safe and compliant transportation of dangerous goods transported by ocean common carrier. High quality visual aids in the form of professionally designed slides with narration keep your students attention while covering all of the significant compliance issues. Each module focuses on a different function and includes examples, exercises, and a test to help obtain practical experience using the IMDG regulations. Certificates, which comply with US DOT requirements to document employee training are presented at the successful conclusion of the course. Modules include: Introduction; Classification; Consignment Procedures -Marking, Labeling, and Placarding; Consignment Procedures–Documentation; Non-Bulk and IBC Packaging; Portable Tanks; and Transport Operations. The course is fully animated and narrated and includes review questions throughout the course and a final student assessment to verify understanding of the material presented. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.    

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