Conducting Team Building Training 5 Course Bundle

£429.00

Get Creating Successful Staff Retreats, Creating a Positive Work Environment, Making Training Stick, Code of Conduct: Setting the Tone for Your Workplace, Influence and Persuasion in this Bundle

Creating Successful Staff Retreats: Learn A Comprehensive Approach To Crafting A Successful Staff Retreat

Creating Successful Staff Retreats brings you full circle from a consideration of retreats that you’ve attended, or heard of, right through setting the groundwork of a retreat on your own. Those initial steps are then followed by a deeper look at what you need to do to actually run the retreat, evaluate it and continue the message afterwards.

In this course you are going to learn a comprehensive approach to crafting a successful staff retreat for your organization. You are going to look at why retreats are conducted, look at retreat undertaking categories and then advance to the development and presentation of retreat activities. Your retreat education doesn’t stop there as you are also going to learn how to identify the critical elements of a staff retreat and you will learn to create a planning checklist and about the keys of running a retreat. When the retreat is over, your responsibilities aren’t, you need to evaluate how things went so you will learn how to create an evaluation and follow up.

Creating a Positive Work Environment: Learn How To Recognize A Positive Work Environment

This course gives you a solid grounding in how you can play a role in creating a positive environment in your workplace. It shows you what a positive work environment is like and how you can help build one, whether you are an employee or a leader in the workplace. This course introduces you to various team player roles and responsibilities and then digs deep into the structure and flow of effective workplace relationships.

Here you will learn how to recognize a positive work environment and understand the key elements that are needed to create one. You will also discover what you can do personally to build on in your workplace and figure out what type of team player you are. Along the way you will be shown the importance of effective workplace relationships in creating and maintaining a positive environment at work. You will also reveal your personal strengths and weaknesses in working cooperatively and your preference for dealing with workplace conflict.

Making Training Stick: Develop An Effective Training Style

We have all participated in training courses or workshops. Some of these have been helpful and useful in our everyday lives and others have seemed redundant and a waste of time. How often have we cheered or grumbled at being asked to participate in a training day? The good news is that all training can be useful and applicable if the trainer keeps some simple tips in mind when developing and applying training. We all learn differently, but there are some truths about learning that can be applicable to most groups and can be tweaked to fit any training session. This course will help you identify ways to make your training stickier for your students.

In this course, you’ll learn ways to help make your training workshops stickier so that the learners will retain the material better. You will familiarize yourself with strategies that can help learning to stick with the audience in an effective and meaningful way. You will learn how to keep learners focused and motivated to absorb material. Also, you will learn ways to develop an effective training style, using appropriate training aids and techniques.

Code of Conduct: Setting the Tone for Your Workplace: How to properly Conduct Yourself in the Workplace

In the work-world not everything is clear cut. When dealing with many people, they can all have many ideas about what is appropriate conduct and what isn’t. This course will take the guesswork out of appropriate conduct by showing how a code of conduct is a required tool for any workplace.

Over the duration of this Code of Conduct: Setting the Tone for Your Workplace course, you will learn the whys and whats of a workplace code of conduct. You learn why they are needed, who they apply to, how to develop and implement one, and how to train employees on it.

Influence and Persuasion: Speak With Persuasion And Become Influential

When we talk about influence and persuasion, we often talk about marketing and sales. However, we influence in many ways and with great frequency. This course will teach you how to speak with influence and persuasion.

In this course, you will learn how to speak persuasively, communicate with confidence, build rapport, develop a strong presentation, and leverage storytelling. You’ll also receive an introduction to basic neuro linguistic programming techniques.

What’s Included?

Wiki_tick  Unlimited  lifetime access
Wiki_tick  Access anywhere, any time
Wiki_tick  Fast effective training, written and designed by industry experts
Wiki_tick  Track your progress with our Learning Management System
Wiki_tick  Unlimited support
Wiki_tick  Save money, time and travel costs
Wiki_tick  Learn at your own pace and leisure
Wiki_tick  Easier to retain knowledge and revise topics than traditional methods
Wiki_tick  Exam preparation quizzes, tests and mock exams to ensure that you are 100% ready

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Modules

Course 1 – Certificate in Creating Successful Staff Retreats

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives
Pre-Assignment, Part One
Pre-Assignment, Part Two
Pre-Assignment, Part Three

Session 2: The Case for Wellness

Benefits of Workplace Wellness Programs
Bottom Line Benefits
Extending Beyond the Workplace
Program Elements

Session 3: Building the Foundation

Creating the Committee
Sample Terms of Reference – ABC Company Wellness Committee
Making Connections
Outlining the Program
Making Connections
Making Connections Answer
Gathering Resources
Identifying Resources
Gathering Resources
Cultural Elements
Questionnaire

Session 4: Gathering Support

Taking Action
Reflection

Session 5: Gathering Data

Gathering Data
Challenges with Data
Other Ways to Measure
Current Reality – Pre-Assignment Review
Making Connections (Part Two)
Looking Around Us
Research Help
Get Organized
Preview
Ask
Read
Read, Part Two
Summarize
Summarize, Part Two
Summarize, Part Two
Summarize, Part Three
Evaluate

Session 6: Performing a Needs Analysis

The ICE Method
When is a Wellness Program Not Appropriate?
Underlying Issues
Three Steps
The ICE Cycle
Isolating
Consulting
Evaluating
Making the Pitch

Session 7: Program Elements

Case Study One: From Sedentary to Sensational
Case Study Two: Smoking Cessation Program
Case Study Three: Nutrition Program
Case Study Four: Alcohol and Drug Program
Case Study Five: New Parent Program
Case Study Six: Flexible Work Hours Program

Session 8: Implementing Your Workplace Wellness Program

Implementation Options
Tips for Success
Identifying Motivators

Session 9: Reviewing the Plan

Evaluating Prior to Launch
Getting the Executive on Board
Getting Employees on Board

Session 10: Evaluating and Reporting Results

Ratios and Statistics
Gathering Statistics
Understanding Ratios
Making it Count

A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 2 – Certificate in Creating a Positive Work Environment

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives
Pre-Assignment

Session 2: What Does a Positive Environment Look Like?

Introduction
Characteristics of a Positive Work Environment
Work-Life Balance
Training and Development-Focused
Recognition
Company as Team

Session 3: What Can I Do?

As an Employee
Making Connections
As a Leader

Session 4: Team Player

Team Member Roles and Responsibilities Questionnaire
Team Member Roles and Responsibilities

Session 5 A: Effective Workplace Relationships

Teams
Team Experiences
Motivating Your Team
Working Cooperatively, Part One
Working Cooperatively, Part Two
Working Cooperatively, Part Three
Managing Conflict, Part One
Managing Conflict, Part Two
What is a Conflict?
Self-Assessment
Preventing Problems
Dangerous Misconceptions

Session 5 B: Effective Workplace Relationships

Meeting Management, Part One
Meeting Management, Part Two

Session 6: Conclusion

Take Home Ideas

A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 3 – Certificate in Making Training Stick

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives
Pre-Assignment

Session 2: Five Strategies for Stickiness!

Background Information
The Five Strategies

Session 3: Designing a Program That Will Stick

Building Support for your Program
Think Ahead
Reflect
Writing Learning Objectives
Why Display or Share Objectives?
How Do You Write Objectives?
Focusing on Results
What is Measurable?

Session 4: Teaching Tips and Tricks

The Four Steps in Experiential Learning
Making Connections
The Principles of Adult Learning
Tying Learning to Work
Adults vs. Children

Session 5: What Method is the Stickiest?

Developing Training That is Sticky

Session 6: Following Up

Seven Points for any Follow-Up Program
Additional Points
The Buddy System and Delegating Follow-Up
Follow-up or Folly?

Session 7: Strategies for Taking Training Further

Mentorship Programs
Trainee Trains Others

Session 8: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 4 – Certificate in Code of Conduct: Setting the Tone for Your Workplace

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives
Pre-Assignment

Session 2: What Is It, and Why?

For Your Consideration, Part One
For Your Consideration, Part Two
Pre-Assignment Review

Session 3: What to Leave In, What to Leave Out

What to Leave In, What to Leave Out
What to Include
What to Exclude
Identifying Areas of Risk, Part One
Identifying Areas of Risk, Part Two
Evaluation Methods
Who Writes It? Part One
Who Writes It? Part Two

Session 4: What’s It All About?

In a Word
Spreading the Word
Training
Violations

Session 5: A Random Sample

Sample Codes
Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics
Code of Conduct for Members of the United States Armed Forces
Principles of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Response Programmes
For Your Consideration

Session 6: What to Do When You Make a Mistake

What to Do When You Make a Mistake

Session 7: Auditing

Auditing
Auditing Techniques
Sample Audit Questions

Session 8: Putting it Together

The Toolbox
Online resources
Making Connections
A Personal Action Plan
Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 5 – Certificate in Influence and Persuasion

Session 1: Course Overview

Learning Objectives
Pre-Assignment-Article
Pre-Assignment-Questions

Session 2: Understanding Persuasion

How Persuasion Works
Predictability
Reciprocation
Consistency and Commitment
Social Evidence
Authority
Liking
Scarcity
Self-Interest
Pre-Assignment Review

Session 3: Preparing to Persuade

Pushing and Pulling
Communicating with Confidence
Have a Purpose
Have an Outcome
Make Sure the Receiver is Ready
Apply Positive Intent
Words to Watch Out For
Your Inner Self Talk
Frame of Reference
Suspending Belief

Session 4: Getting Off on the Right Foot

Building Rapport
About Rapport
Establish and Maintain Rapport
Matching and Mirroring
Body Language
Voice Characteristics
Pacing
Scenario One
Scenario Two
Leading

Session 5: Presentation Strategies

Five Points for Any Presentation
The Five S Framework
Preparing with the Five S Pattern

Session 6: Using Stories to Persuade

The Importance of Story
Stories Have to Make You Stand Out
Your Story has to be Believable
Storytelling Works When it Makes Something More
Have a Beginning, Middle, and End
Be Conscious of Our Attention Span
Storytelling Time

Session 7: Using Neuro Linguistic Programming

Defining Neuro Linguistic Programming
Neuro + Linguistic + Programming =
So What Does it Mean?
A Brief History
Understanding Common NLP Terms
Embedding Positive or Negative Commands
Storytelling Time
Influencing Outcomes
Presuppositions as Questions
Insightful Sentences

Session 8: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

System Requirements

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

Microsoft Windows XP, or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS:

OSX/iOS 6 or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems:

Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities (We recommend Google Chrome)