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Leading People, Change & Culture: Cutting Edge Communication Comedy Series

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This title is a part of the series Cutting Edge Communication Comedy Series (Set of 80 Programs)

Catalogue Number:  7D0007
Producer:  Seven Dimensions Pty Ltd
Producing Agencies:  Seven Dimensions Pty Ltd
Subject:  Business Studies, Career Education, Drama, Family Studies/Home Economics, Guidance, Social Sciences, Sociology
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin:  Australia
Copyright Year:  2016
Running Time:  82:00

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Includes the following ten programs:

  • Accepting Change - Lack of accountability is a problem, so Carol wants instant commitment or else. (6 Minutes)
  • Planning and Organizing - Serena discovers Marcus and Serena have not planned together for the upcoming conference when they each have different ideas. They blame Serena as a distraction, but she focuses on how they should manage distractions. Serena gets serious and they soon set goals and commence a short burst planning session. (8 Minutes)
  • Supervising EffectivelySupervision mistakes are being made - Marcus is vague, Carol bullies and gives poor feedback and Serena makes the fatal mistake of starting an inappropriate discussion with Carol because she is attracted to a client. Effective supervision skills are shown and include using goals to achieve results and measuring the success, listening and supporting staff, acknowledging good work and focusing on building skills. (9 Minutes)
  • Transforming SILOS - Avoid a closed fragmented culture and ensure caring, sharing and collaboration. (8 Minutes)
  • Creating a No-Blame Culture - Carol creates an innovative Corporate Social Responsibility program that is trending on Twitter after a disastrous typo in the press release. Serena is outraged by the undesirable publicity. Fingers are pointed and chaos erupts as the team looks for scapegoats. Marcus and Carol present a 4-step process so everyone can avoid blaming, learn from mistakes and ensure it doesn’t happen again. (7 Minutes)
  • Being an Employer of Choice - Carol ignores ways to improve, but then presents Sherrys ideas as her own. (10 Minutes)
  • Managing Remotely - The team explores the pros and cons of managing remotely, but not all agree. (9 Minutes)
  • Creating Workforce Agility - Dion has researched workforce agility and is now advising Carol and Marcus. (9 Minutes)
  • Looking at Employment Contracts - Sanjay, the union rep, and several others offer some practical advice. (8 Minutes)
  • Unions and Collective Bargaining - Casey is on strike, the union and managers are supportive, until they see her motives. (8 Minutes)

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