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Course SummaryThis course offers insight into organizational behavior management techniques that could benefit your managers and supervisors. Use these engaging video lessons to help your employees closely examine their role and influence on behavior in your company.
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About This Course
The behavior of workers can be beneficial or destructive to an organization. The lessons in this course are designed to help your team leaders, managers and supervisors understand their roles as influencers of organizational behavior. Videos offer in-depth guidance and practical strategies to help your employees guide organizational behavior in a way that creates positive outcomes for your company.
How It Works
You can use these video lessons to meet your training goals in a variety of ways. Employees can watch videos during corporate training sessions then discuss organizational behavior management as a group. They can also watch the lessons individually on their computers or mobile devices, and then take the quizzes, chapter exams and/or final exam to help you gauge their understanding of the materials.
Just a few of the training features you can take advantage of include:
- Entertaining video lessons that help managerial employees understand organizational behavior management
- Self-assessment quizzes that reinforce organizational behavior management concepts
- Tests that cover key concepts in each chapter
- A final exam that tests employees' overall comprehension of organizational behavior management
How It Helps
- Enhances leadership qualities: As your managerial employees examine their ability to influence behavior in your organization, they can feel more empowered in their leadership roles.
- Improves employee performance: The lessons teach management workers how to positively interact with employees so that they feel more appreciated in their work and better able to accomplish their projects.
- Strengthens collaborative efforts: Team leaders and managers can improve their relationships with workers and encourage them to better interact with one another, which can enhance the work environment and strengthen collaborative efforts.
The Role of Management in Organizational Behavior
- How leaders influence employee performance and productivity
- The ways employee behavior can positively or negatively impact a company
- Why managing organizational behavior is necessary
- How to influence employee behavior using the Pygmalion Effect
How to Influence Organizational Behavior
- Emotional intelligence and its influence on a manager's success
- Primary methods for motivating employees
- Ways to empower employees and improve their performance
- How organizational design impacts employee behavior
- Strategies for redesigning a job to encourage employees
- Team building activities that help create cohesive work groups
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