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  1. The Best of Motives Part 2
  2. Bury My Heart at Conference Room B

    Bury My Heart at Conference Room B

    Regular Price: $695.00

    Special Price: $595.00

    <p> Bury My Heart at Conference Room B&trade; is like no other leadership approach you&#39;ve seen. First of all, the thing actually works! Secondly, it&#39;s deeply empathic to the real world of today&#39;s manager. <br /> <br /> This 24-minute video features Stan Slap and is a revolutionary program used by many of the world&#39;s best companies to increase management commitment, reduce turnover, and get support for corporate strategies. This program also includes a beautifully designed workbook stolen from the two-day training program. It includes engaging participant activities and complete-we mean complete-step-by-step facilitator instructions. <br /> <br /> Here&#39;s what you will learn: <br /> <br /> -How to get people to work harder and enjoy it more (of course, we can&#39;t come right out and say that). <br /> -How to live your personal values every day as a manager and turn those values into better working conditions for your people. <br /> -How to motivate people without the carrot or the stick. Relax, you can still use those as a manager-we&#39;re talking leadership here. <br /> <strong><br /> This program includes:&nbsp; </strong>24-minute closed caption video &amp; DVD, Step-by-step facilitator guide, Reproducible (yes&hellip;reproducible) participant materials, Stan Slap and his deadly serious, totally twisted message</p> Learn More
  3. Corporate Culture and Performance

    Corporate Culture and Performance

    $695.00

    <p> Why do some corporations thrive and others fail? What are some of the characteristics of top performing organizations? How can you turn your organization into a top performer? <br /> <br /> If you have ever asked any of these questions, then John Kotter&rsquo;s program, <em>Corporate Culture and Performance </em>is an essential learning tool for you. <br /> <br /> Harvard Business School professor and best selling author, John Kotter identifies the characteristics of healthy and unhealthy corporate cultures and then guides you through a process which will positively transform your culture within your organization. <br /> <br /> In addition, Professor Kotter will provide you with a comprehensive analysis of how the culture of a corporation powerfully influences the economic performance. He will show you how to build your own step-by-step plan to help you change your corporate culture. <br /> <br /> <em>Corporate Culture and Performance </em>will teach you how shared values, positive leadership, consistent guidance, persistence, and proactive management will build success.</p> <h4> <span style="color: #000080;">KEY LEARNING POINTS</span></h4> <ul> <li> Understand the relationship between corporate culture and performance</li> <li> Evaluate your organization&rsquo;s culture</li> <li> Change your culture to improve performance</li> <li> Build organizational commitment</li> <li> Create focus</li> </ul> <h4> <span style="color: #000080;"><br /> </span></h4> <h4> <span style="color: #000080;">INCLUDES</span></h4> <ul> <li> 63-minute program on DVD</li> <li> Diagnostic Questionnaire</li> <li> Viewer&rsquo;s Guide</li> <li> Seminar Guide</li> <li> A copy of the book Corporate Culture and Performance (while supplies last)</li> </ul> Learn More
  4. Decisions Decisions John Cleese Training Video
  5. Excellence in the Public Sector with Tom Peters

    Excellence in the Public Sector with Tom Peters

    $695.00

    <p> Tom Peters does more than destroy the myth that, by definition, public sector management must be poor. He offers examples of five organizations whose managerial excellence provides a blueprint for success in both public and private sector organizations. <br /> - Houston Metropolitan, Houston, TX<br /> <br /> The film accomplishes its purpose: to show that it is possible to achieve excellence with the taxpayer&rsquo;s money and to explain how it&rsquo;s done. <br /> - Barbara Holsopple, The Phoenix Gazette<br /> <br /> Tom Peters proves that the management revolution is not confined to the private sector - that a revolution is brewing in the public sector, too. He travels to five organizations - The Navy Depot at Alameda, California; the National Theater Workshop of the Handicapped in New York City; the City of Phoenix, Arizona; the Department of Juvenile Justice in New York City; and the National Forest Service in Ochoco, Oregon - and uncovers the secrets of their management success. 48 minutes<br /> &nbsp;</p> <h3> KEY LEARNING POINTS</h3> <ul> <li> Motivate workers through recognition and gainsharing</li> <li> Celebrate small wins in the anticipation of big ones</li> <li> Understand the power of participative management</li> </ul> <p> <strong>Running Time:</strong> 59 Minutes</p> Learn More
  6. First Among Equals
  7. From Hell Series John Cleese Training Video
  8. From No to Yes
  9. Gung Ho!

    Gung Ho! Succeeding in A Changing World

    $795.00

    <p> This version features Ken Blanchard as a speaker only. If you are looking for the dramatic version of the video, go to the version that just says &quot;Gung Ho&quot;.</p> <p align="left"> Watch as Ken Blanchard shares how some organizations have begun to implement <i>Gung Ho!</i> within their cultures. Gain valuable insight regarding real-life solutions and challenges from one of the most inspiring leaders ever.</p> <p align="left"> As you change the way you think about leadership, this powerful piece explores examples on how to get started. Includes a leader guide, a study guide, and one hardcover book.</p> <p> &quot;Ken Blanchard&rsquo;s storytelling and down-to-earth style make <i>Gung Ho!</i> easy to understand, yet his message is very powerful. Ken&rsquo;s <i>Gung Ho!<sup> </sup></i>insights will be beneficial to any organization seeking to have an empowered workforce.&quot;</p> <p align="left"> --Jim Martin, Training &amp; Development Leader &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Dow Chemical Corporation</p> <p align="left"> <strong>Run Times:</strong> 60 Minutes</p> Learn More
  10. Gung Ho Training Video

    Gung Ho! The Dramatic Video

    $895.00

    <p align="left"> The video version of Ken Blanchard and Sheldon Bowles&#39; best-selling book tells the inspirational tale of two managers who transform a failing company into one of the most successful turnarounds in the nation. The wisdom shared in this dramatically motivational video will change the way you think about management and leadership.</p> <p align="left"> This new management/supervision training video reveals the three cornerstones of <i>Gung Ho!</i> that, when instituted, will release the energy and enthusiasm of an entire organization and focus it on success. It illustrates how the core principles of the Spirit of the Squirrel, (seeing work as worthwhile), the Way of the Beaver (putting workers in control of achieving the goal), and The Gift of the Goose (cheering one another on) can increase productivity and foster excellent morale</p> <p align="left"> <b>How-To Training Points:</b></p> <p> How to get employees to understand the importance of their contribution to the &quot;big picture.&quot;</p> <p> How to gain commitment by establishing shared goals guided by enduring values.</p> <p> How to instill pride and respect in employees by giving them control over the work they perform and the goals they achieve.</p> <p> How to create enthusiasm by recognizing both progress and results.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> <strong>Run Time:</strong> 28 Minutes</p> Learn More

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The component of good management training videos involves people skills, time management, goal setting and the list goes on. This is where all responsibilities land. No wonder why companies require such a large selection and variation of management training videos from Carlton’s Training Solutions. A story in The Washington Post discusses what good management training there is in the corporate training world that does not exist in a lot of MBA courses.

Management training videos that encompass the Morris Massey style of management can be seen in the What You Are is What You Were When… Again. This management training video comes from a motivational angle and keeps employees enthralled with that they do. The inspiration they feel bleeds into their work and assists others and fellow co-workers with feeling stronger in their output daily as well.

The Whale Done video is a great hands on management training video. This program instigates the power of building powerful relationships and empowering employees. To imagine that a manager can have the kind of control of people that these trainers have but doing so with calm and love and patience is inspiring. It’s one of those management training videos that transcends management and you take those lessons home with you.

Ken Blanchard’s The Story of a New One Minute Manager video implements a powerful feedback philosophy that increases managers’ growth capacity exponentially. The skills here lead to increased productivity and decreased negative behavior. This is one of the amazing management training videos from Ken Blanchard that gives power to an organization that is rope for change. His ability to utilize transformational leadership into his management training videos is what makes him a brilliant and exceptional leader in any realm and conversation. He talks about his leadership style in this story Ken Blanchard in Forbes Magazine.

There is a series of management training videos from Lou Holtz that are so mesmerizing that it doesn’t matter if you’re one of the many from IBM who go to his conferences, or use his management training videos. His leadership philosophy in the Lou Holtz Do Right training video is one for the ages. Imagine a coach that uses love, patience and trust to galvanize a team and turn around performances at every single college he has ever taken over coaching responsibilities for. That is some track record. His management training videos are motivational and have purpose and meaning to them. 

The management training videos from John Cleese come at training form a whole new perspective. It isn’t about motivation to him. It’s about making you explode with laughter. The management training videos from John Cleese are so uproariously funny because they first show the problem in an exaggerated format to show how ridiculous the present management style is. Then they go through a great training video like The Helping Hand and show the right and proper management style that can easily be implemented into any organization.

A lot of managers in management training videos forget to ask the key question that leaders face on a daily basis. Would I Inspire Me is the training video that asks that question and gives all the right answers. Seen from the perspective of those who are led by him in this management training video, the manager realizes he has to change his management style if he is to lead effectively.

The Sid Story is one of those management training videos that is unexpected for how real it is. Dennis Franz stars in this Pre-NYPD Blue management training video that focuses on how anyone even the manager can turn around their performance to help turn around all those who follow him. The Sid Story is captivating because in one single program you see the character arc go from a boss no one would follow to a guy we al want to follow.

The Unorganized Manager video is the John Cleese training video they didn’t just make once pr twice but three times. That’s right, this three part series of management training videos is the Godfather of management training videos. John Cleese stars in this hilarious trilogy of how to help a manager become more organized and efficient and delegate more responsibilities before he dies.

Management training videos like the Art of Possibility video are captivating because of one reason. Ben Zander. When a man with that much energy is released onto an organization there can only be positive results. The management training videos that are shown before a Ben Zander program have a lot to be fearful for. This training video summons the energy of large groups to help them see the great possibility in their work everyday.

The need for great managers is felt the world over. People like Tom Peters have made the leadership hall of fame according to Fast Company. Yet how many people think their boss is empowering them or hindering them? Whale Done video is the action-oriented sequel to the extremely popular Whale Done training video. This program demonstrates the power of accentuating the positive in employees rather than focus on the negatives. It’s proven that positive reinforcement generates better performance than negative feedback. This program is hands on and provides a step-by-step procedure on how to do just that. Take advantage our free shipping now anywhere in the US and tax free outside of California. To view more management training videos click here at Carltonstraining.com