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Change Survival Toolkit: Coping with Change
Welcome to the “Change Survival Toolkit: Coping with Change” video lesson intended to guide learners through the emotional aspects of organizational change. In this lesson, viewers will learn some effective coping skills, from recognizing what they can control to getting support. In addition, learners will become familiar with some stress management techniques that can help them deal with changes more productively. This video lesson is part of the “Change Survival Toolkit” series intended to help employees in an organizational role navigate massive changes. Keywords: change management
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Feel Calm at Work: Tools for Anxiety and Stress
Get powerful tips to overcome anxiety and stress, feel calm, and be more productive.
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Workplace Mental Health: Coping Strategies
Welcome to the “Workplace Mental Health: Coping Strategies” video lesson intended to supply learners with tools for appropriately dealing with their mental health challenges. This lesson is the fifth of six in the “Workplace Mental Health” series, which explains how to set an organizational culture that supports mental health. During this lesson, viewers will learn what coping skills are and come to understand that there can be both positive and negative coping skills—but only positive ones should be leveraged. In addition, learners will become familiar with everyday coping skills they can incorporate into their routines, as well as coping skills they can apply in specific moments of difficulty.
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Being Truthful About Tough Messages
Welcome to the Being Truthful about Tough Messages video lesson meant to teach you how to face difficult discussions with honesty and directness. In this lesson, learners will become aware of why people often aren’t truthful about tough messages at work. In addition, viewers will learn about the four types of truth resistance: psychological resistance, financial resistance, perceptual resistance, and confident awareness. Finally, learners will receive useful tips for conveying difficult messages truthfully and productively.
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Improving Your Workplace Communication
Welcome to the “Improving Your Workplace Communication” video lesson intended to teach learners how to minimize miscommunications at work! In this lesson, viewers will learn the basic definition of communication and come to realize that communication attempts often go awry for various reasons. Learners will also discover solutions for common communication mistakes at work and become familiar with the 7 C’s of effective communication. Ultimately, learners should feel well-equipped to communicate more effectively with their coworkers, clients, customers, and managers.
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9 Easy Ways to Be Smarter Every Day
Research shows that how we approach situations and how we feed our brains can significantly improve our mental horsepower. As part of an ongoing drive to be better every day, this lesson explores actions and habits that we can develop for daily improvement of our mental capacities and readiness. These ideas include mental, social, and physical concepts that contribute to our brain power. This lesson will help you understand that you CAN get smarter, learn that doing so shouldn’t be complicated or stressful, and provide important ideas that you might add to your daily routine.  
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Achieving Mindfulness at Work (Part 1 of 2): The Case for Mindfulness
Welcome to the “The Case for Mindfulness” video lesson intended to provide basic information on being mindful. This video lesson is the first of two in the “Achieving Mindfulness at Work” series, which explains how to be a more mindful and productive member of the workforce. In this lesson, viewers will review the problem of partial attention at work and learn what mindfulness is. Ultimately, learners should understand, generally, what it takes to be more mindful at work.
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Anti-Harassment: Establishing a Culture of Civility
Welcome to The Working World, brought to you by BizLibrary TV! In this video lesson, ‘Establishing a Culture of Civility,’ employees at Professionals Collective learn about the importance of having a respectful and harassment-free work culture. Through the employees’ experiences and reflections, viewers will see how creating a civil workplace involves leadership setting a good example and teaching intervention skills to employees. This anti-harassment course, which was designed to comply with state laws, is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. Special thanks to content consultant Deborah C. England, Esq., of San Francisco, CA, who kindly reviewed all harassment content with a critical and judicial eye.
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5 Traits of a Great Workplace
Welcome to the “5 Traits of a Great Workplace Description” video lesson designed to outline the key traits to an outstanding workplace—meaningful mission, fulfilling work, positive culture, people focus, and transparent communication. This lesson describes how each of these traits should be implemented in the workplace and why they contribute to a desirable workplace. The lesson also shows how companies ultimately benefit from cultivating a great workplace.
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Being Assertive is All About Choosing the Best Words
Speaking assertively means using direct, positive language.  Learn what to say and how to say it.  Including using "I" statements, being specific, asking for more information, demonstrating respect, not starting statements with apologies and being tactful while using positive words. 
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