Course Catalog (865 Courses)

Contains all of the available courses within the TrainingFlow™ LMS.

  • 5 Minutes Level: Intermediate
    New Micro-Learning! Individuals make ethical choices, not organizations. In most cases, we are not talking about bad people. Granted, there some out there making conscious unethical choices, but this is the exception, not the rule. It’s usually good people that make bad choices. In this short course, you’ll observe an individual who discovers that her department is under budget. The question is will she make bad choices with this knowledge?
    Topics: Ethics, Compliance, Management
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    New Micro-Learning! The value of honesty in business has obvious and subtle implications. Unfortunately, there are times when individuals are asked to be less than totally honest in order to paint a brighter financial picture. In this course, you’ll observe two coworkers discussing an upcoming presentation to the board of directors. The boss is pressuring his subordinate to paint a picture that is brighter than it actually is.
    Topics: Ethics, Compliance, Professionalism
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    New Micro-Learning! In the absence of accurate, reliable, and timely information, people and organizations will make bad decisions; they will be unable to help or persuade others to make better decisions. One problem all too often faced in the workplace is when someone is asked or told to compromise their ethical code. Accurate information and maintaining our ethical code are one of many ethical issues that come up in the workplace.
    Topics: Ethics, Compliance, Professionalism
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: General
  • 5 Minutes Level: Intermediate
    New Micro-Learning! On paper, recruiting a new employee might appear to be a simple process. In reality, it’s an extremely complex process, and in every step of the way you need to be aware of certain legal implications. There are five common pitfalls in the recruiting and hiring process that you need to be mindful of; describing the job, dealing with protected groups, avoiding illegal questions, conducting legal reference check, and avoiding reverse discrimination. In this module, we will explore the topic of avoiding reverse discrimination.
    Topics: Interviewing & Hiring, Management
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
  • 10 Minutes Level: Intermediate
    New Micro-Learning! Making decisions. It’s a part of your life, every day. Deciding what to wear to work in the morning, what to eat for dinner, and whether to walk up the stairs or take the escalator are some of the easier decisions to make during a typical day. On the other hand, when it comes to making decisions at work that involve other people, your decision is dependent on a variety of perspectives, including your hierarchical or equality decision making style.
    Topics: Leadership, Inclusion, Respect, Teamwork
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    New Micro-Learning! Like it or not, workplace violence is an issue you can't afford to ignore. Obviously, your top priority is making sure the workplace is safe. But there are also some legal liability issues that you need to be aware of. There are a lot of things your organization can and should do to help prevent workplace violence. In this course, we will address the topic of dealing with an ADA-protected employee.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Management, Workplace Violence Prevention
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
  • 7 Minutes Level: Foundational
    New Micro-Learning! In an ideal world, everyone - sales, support and service - would all be highly connected. Everyone would know all the details about a customer account and everything would go off without a hitch. But, as we all know, the reality is misunderstandings, mistakes and problems happen. What's important is how you handle the situation. The truth is, how you recover from a problem can be a major factor in keeping that customer's business.
    Topics: Sales & Service, Communication, Sales
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: General
  • 8 Minutes Level: Foundational
    New MicroLearning! Respect is about treating people the way they want to be treated. It means establishing and maintaining a work environment that is free of offensive practices and conditions. If disrespectful conduct and disparaging remarks come up, they are addressed quickly and effectively. Respect is also about speaking positively about the organization, even during times of crisis – focusing on why you originally came to work here and why you are staying.
    Topics: Respect, Management
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
  • 6 Minutes Level: Foundational
    New Micro-Learning! Inclusion is about recognizing and responding to the needs of all employees. It’s talking about co-workers in a supportive way, rather than criticizing them behind their backs. Most importantly, inclusion is about making sure work assignments and activities, including work-related social events, do not exclude or disadvantage anyone.
    Topics: Inclusion, Leadership, Management
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    New Micro-Learning! One way in which you can support the sales process is by recognizing and responding to sales opportunities as they present themselves. The key, just like it is with any sales strategy, is to ask questions and then really listen to the answers using the ask, listen, clarify and confirm strategy. This will help keep the customer engaged and confirm understanding of the opportunity.
    Topics: Sales & Service, Communication, Professionalism, Personal Performance
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
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