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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Reframing Negative Situations $74.95
Disciplines of Organizational Learning: Personal Mastery $74.95
Safe Small Talk $74.95
Managing Goals $74.95
Broadening Your Learning Horizons $74.95
Targeting Personal Learning $74.95
Becoming Your Own Best Boss $74.95
Becoming an Accountable Professional $74.95
Developing a Personal Accountability Framework $74.95
Becoming More Professional through Business Etiquette $74.95

Bundle Price: $349.00
Total Savings: $400.50

Reframing Negative Situations

People often react to perceived negative situations based on their perceptions and past experiences. Unfortunately, these assumptions and preconceptions can be faulty. This Business Impact explores the technique of reframing the process of actively questioning our understanding of a situation to uncover other possible meanings and perspectives.

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Disciplines of Organizational Learning: Personal Mastery

The various models of organizational learning enable individuals or groups to systematically enhance abilities to produce a desired outcome. This Business Impact considers the benefits of one specific form of organizational learning: Personal Mastery.

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Safe Small Talk

Small talk is a long-standing social convention with understood rules governing which topics are acceptable and which are not. This Business Impact explores the nature of small talk in the business setting.

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Managing Goals

Goal setting provides opportunity for both personal and professional development. This challenge focuses on creating effective goals for both managers and their employees.

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Broadening Your Learning Horizons

Learning methods and tools are evolving. They are broadening to include new technologies and methods. This Impact Series product explores this evolution.

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Targeting Personal Learning

Although personal learning in the workplace involves self-awareness, self-assessment, and self-development, you don't have to be the only one who benefits from it. When you learn, grow, and challenge yourself, you can improve not only your own work situation, but also the lives of the people you work alongside. In this Challenge Series exercise, you play the role of a team lead who has too much to do and not enough time to do it. You'll decide which personal learning path will have the greatest effect on your stressful work situation.

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Becoming Your Own Best Boss

Have you ever thought that you could be the best boss you've ever had? By developing attitudes and skills that empower you, you can manage from within and become your own best boss. Self-empowerment is the process of taking responsibility for your attitudes, behaviors, and actions at work to maximize your effectiveness. As an empowered employee, you will be driven by ownership, initiative, and performance. This course focuses on attitudes and behaviors that promote self-empowerment. It provides strategies for empowering yourself through self-coaching, approaches for developing an entrepreneurial mind-set, and an opportunity to apply a model for self-empowerment to enhance your performance. Applying these approaches will help you become a self-empowered contributor in your organization.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize negative self-talk
  • Replace self-defeating talk with the language of self-coaching
  • Choose statements that reflect an attitude of job ownership
  • Recognize actions that demonstrate initiative
  • Sequence the steps in the self-empowerment model
  • Choose examples of proper use of the self-empowerment model
  • Identify professional strengths and areas for development
  • Recognize relevant choices for professional development
  • Demonstrate initiative and self-empowerment at work

Becoming an Accountable Professional

Most employees in business organizations must answer to someone else. From the top of the organization chart to the bottom, nearly every manager and employee must look to a supervisor, a director, or even a customer to establish priorities, assign tasks, set deadlines, and evaluate results. Whoever gives this direction is called the boss. On one level, the boss decides how employees will perform their jobs. How well an employee meets requirements set by the boss determines whether that employee succeeds or fails, receives rewards or penalties, and earns praise or criticism. On another level however, the judgment of an external boss isn't enough to make a job personally fulfilling and rewarding. That's something all employees of an organization decide for themselves. Everyone who works must also answer to an inner boss, a personal, internal voice that provides guidance on whether a job is worth doing and whether it is done well. Accepting personal accountability for your work means your inner boss sets demanding standards and that you're willing to commit to meeting those standards and answer for the results of your work. In this course, you'll learn how to listen to your own inner boss, how to identify your internal standards, how to create a plan to meet those standards, and how to apply your inner boss's guidance to gain more control over your work, your goals, and your future.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the intrinsic rewards of being an accountable professional
  • Distinguish traits of accountable people
  • Identify examples of people taking on responsibility
  • Recognize the behaviors of unaccountable people
  • Describe how to build accountability within a team
  • Identify actions that encourage accountability in others
  • Establish clear expectations to promote accountability
  • Maintain accountability and professionalism at work

Developing a Personal Accountability Framework

Taking responsibility for meeting your objectives, including deadlines and work targets, is an important component of good business etiquette and demonstrates your attitude of professionalism. While it can be difficult at times, being accountable for delivering on your objectives shows you are reliable, organized, and dedicated to your work. In this course, you'll learn about the importance of personal accountability. You'll also learn strategies for developing a personal accountability framework by setting goals, developing an action plan, managing priorities, and staying focused and energized.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize an appropriate accountability goal for a given set of priorities, objectives, and passions
  • Recognize examples of SMART goals
  • Sequence the steps in creating an action plan
  • Match different types of activities to their time and energy requirements
  • Identify methods of staying focused
  • Match energy types to the activities that help recharge them

Becoming More Professional through Business Etiquette

Your reputation often precedes you in any work environment. It can define your credibility, impact your career opportunities, and shape your relationships with your colleagues. In this course, you'll learn the basics of how to act professionally and practice proper business etiquette. You'll learn how to project a professional image, both in your appearance and in your workspace décor. Finally, you'll learn how to ensure your personal activities, including your social media presence, don't negatively impact your work reputation.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify the key characteristics of business etiquette
  • Recall the importance of dressing professionally
  • Recognize examples of appropriate workspace presentation
  • Recognize how to conduct yourself professionally beyond the office
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