Easy-to-use techniques for eliminating negativity in the workplace.
In just four minutes, using music, animated text and graphics, this thought-provoking video will instruct, inspire and definitely stimulate discussion about attitudes and the effects it has on relationships and companies.
What a great way to start any meeting! Or any day..
Beautiful 3 mintues on motivation.
Using an engaging story line, the program focuses on the following keys to a maximized work life.
Enhanced with plenty of personality and memorable music, this is the perfect prelude or ending to Whale Done!
Ben Zander, Conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra.
Boomerang is a motivating 10-minute video with animation, a case study, and narration by psychologist Peter Quarry.
Do you have a vision for your organization?
Celebrate! Change Your Lens, Change Your Life expands upon the lessons introduced in Dewitt's ground breaking 2001 release.
Clearly define a common goal and rally people around the goal by creating a vivid connection to the larger purpose of your task.
Everyone is blamed when Carols social responsibility strategy goes horribly wrong.
Carol and her team are rude, vague and miss opportunities to impress.
Steve's negativity is now contagious. Wishing, whining and wasting time must change.
Do Respect is a short, animated program that encourages employees to act in ways that enhance workplace culture.
Insensitive racist remarks and talking behind peoples backs cause hurt all round.
A great way to open or close any meeting, Extraordinary will put your group in the right frame of mind for success.
Fall in love with what you do.
This highly motivational program takes you behind the scenes at Midway Field in Minnesota, where fun is encouraged daily.
Use this film with your team to generate richer discussions about what matters most, because engagement comes from conversation.
In this motivational program, Olympic Champion Mary Lou Retton introduces Lou Holtz who shares his three play-like-a-champion rules.
Smile, look attentive and be sympathetic.
Teach employees how to make the right impression.
This thought provoking meeting explores the concept of "good enough".