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Leadership: What's Trust Got To Do With It? 2nd Edition
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Has your organization lost trust in its leaders? Precisely when organizations need employee involvement, trust levels are low and people are disengaged. What can managers and team leaders do to regain trust? This video provides realistic methods for rebuilding trust and gaining employee involvement. "Leadership: What's Trust Got To Do…
You've Got Customers!
Part of the Series: Business Skills Collection
In spite of all the attention given to customer service, it seems to be getting worse. What's the problem? There has been an over-emphasis on the superficial -the greeter at the door, the forced smile, and the gratuitous "have a nice day." Certainly, a pleasant manner is important, but all…
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Learn how to communicate effectively to achieve best results:
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Getting (More of) What You Want - Negotiating Deals Big and Small
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights
  • Negotiations as collaborative events.
  • Three negotiating tools that are almost never used to their potential.
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Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
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What Do You See? - Seeing Every Patient as an Individual
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What Body Type Doesn’t Tell You
Can we predict behavior and personality based on the body or the face? Are taller people more likely to earn more money than shorter people? What makes someone's face attractive? Dr. Frank looks at the myths and facts about how age-old cultural references in seeking mates and partners have evolved…
Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers - With Robert Sapolsky
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Tackling the serious topic of stress in his famously entertaining manner, Professor Sapolsky sets the stage on a Kenyan savannah, with a hungry lion in hot pursuit of a terrified zebra. As he explains, the zebra's fight-or-flight response channels essential energy to its survival effort by shutting down and even…
That's Not What I Meant with Deborah Tannen
Deborah Tannen revolutionized our understanding of gender and communication. Debunking the misconception that communication would be transparent if we simply "said what we meant," Tannen counters by suggesting that we do say what we mean--only we say it in our own "conversational style". On a canvas of disciplines from linguistics…