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Attitude and Behaviour (Vol. 1): The Employee Awareness Series

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This title is a part of the series The Employee Awareness Series

Catalogue Number:  PSP019
Producer:  PowerSplash Project
Subject:  Career Education
Language:  English
Grade Level:  Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin:  U.S.
Copyright Year:  2010
Running Time:  40

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It's one thing to call a group of individuals a team. It's another thing for that group of individuals to actually act like a team. Teamwork is the concept of people working together cooperatively. We don't always get to choose our team mates. But one thing is for sure - no personal problems or lackluster attitudes are permitted on a successful team. Learn about effective communication, resolving conflicts and how everyone benefits from respect, support and appreciation.


Poor working habits and unaware personal habits can have a negative impact at work. In fact, the habits of annoying coworker is the number one source of stress. For many companies, bad habits reduce efficiency, destroy teams, affect profits and chase good employees into the arms of the competitor. Take a look at the Top 40 Annoying List and see if you have behaviors that are in need of adjustment. Create good work habits and make your personal habits professional.


Change is natural, Change is inevitable. You can facilitate change or sabotage change, but you cannot ignore change. Most changes result from necessity. To run a successful company with a happy and productive team, it is important to define the role of the employee and the manager in regard to the expected change. The sustainability of a company depends on its adaptability. Learn how to implement changes and gain support from the staff.

One DVD with three titles and one CD-ROM with Training Guides, Quizzes and Script Synopsis.

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