Professional productivity training courses are just as crucial to employee success as safety or compliance training but often falls by the wayside due to limited resources and training hours. Our professional productivity training videos help fill in the gaps with as-needed training that bolsters employee productivity skills and lets trainers focus on primary training goals such as legally required compliance training. With training that's available 24/7 and mobile friendly, our courses on professional productivity let your employees be exactly that: productive! Our short-form videos allow employees to watch content on the job and immediately apply the skills they learned to their day-to-day tasks.
This library will help train new or younger employees with basic business skills such as email etiquette and time management or provide those who have been out of the workforce for an extended time with refresher courses on social media and maintaining work-life balance. Professional productivity training courses are a critical component of any training program and when left unchecked, employees can lose out on skill development that drags down the productivity of the entire team.
Preview our Professional Productivity Training Courses
Working for a Workaholic
Do you alienate your personal life? Do you get to work early and stay late every day? Do you work through lunch and eat at your desk? Is working on weekends an expectation? Is your health impacted by your job? Do you feel stressed, frustrated, overwhelmed, and that you’re juggling too much? If you answered yes to most of these questions, you’re likely working for a workaholic. So in this course, we want to give you some practical tips to help you get your work life back in balance.
The Art of Saying No
The humorist Josh Billings said, "Half of the troubles of this life can be traced to saying yes too quickly, and not saying no soon enough." If you've done either of these things, you are not alone. Many of us, on regular occasion, have trouble saying "no". Enter this course. We'll explore why we tend toward "Yes," and then break down how to get to the "No" more easily, and with less guilt. And we'll all be feeling better in "No" time.
Don't Burn Bridges
At some point in your career, you'll change jobs. Changing jobs can come in many forms. You can stay with your current employer, but change jobs or departments; you can leave your current employer to start over somewhere new, or you could be asked to leave your current employer. In the first two scenarios, it was your decision. In the last scenario, it was the company's decision. No matter who makes the decision you need to handle it with tact, diplomacy, and professionalism. In other words, you don't want to burn any bridges. In this course, we talk about why leaving on a good note is so important.
Did you know that around half of the American workforce holds jobs that are compatible with remote work? That means they don't need to be in an office to do their jobs. Millions of these people are working from home for at least half of each week. In fact, since 2005, working from home (for those not self-employed) has grown by over 100%. Working remotely offers plenty of benefits, not just to the employee doing the remote work, but to the organization allowing them to do it in the first place. In order to take advantage of those benefits, you need to be a successful remote employee. Learn how in this course!
Additional Professional Productivity Topics
Help your employees improve skills in both their work and personal lives with additional topics such as:
- Effective Time Management
- Creating Collaboration
- Social Media
- Conflict Management
- Ethics for Everyone
- And much more!
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