You said. We listened.
Over the past 18 months we have received numerous requests from Learning & Development teams and trainers, asking to use our training videos on a pay-to-play basis.
We have been listening to your requests and doing some research on the best way to support you.
I’m delighted to announce that later this month we will be launching the first set of videos that will be available via our short-term pay-to-play video service. This means you will be able to pay-and-play for the videos in the table below selecting from 3 options:
- 3-day use
- 7-day use
- 30-day use
We will launch another set of pay-to-play videos in January 2022 and a third set in March 2022.
Click on the video titles for a full description and your pay-to-play options.
|Title and Description||Playing Time||Facilitator Guide||Worksheet|| |
|Managing Sickness Absence||11mins 55secs||Yes||Yes||£25||£50||£100|
|Inappropriate Behaviour & Banter||12mins 47secs||Yes||Yes||£25||£50||£100|
|Managing Change – Reena & Marion|| |
|Meaningful Conversations: Personal Hygiene||6mins 18secs||Yes||Yes||£25||£50||£100|
|Performance Management – Working Hours||8mins 56secs||Yes||Yes||£25||£50||£100|
Dyslexia in the Workplace – Scott
Late Diagnosis Dyslexia – Vanessa
Maxine takes a better approach to managing remote workers
In this video we see Maxine demonstrating support for Hannah’s concerns and a willingness to change her management approach to enable Keith to work effectively.
Refusing to Return to Work Maxine and Hannah
At the end of July, Maxine, Head of Finance at Loxenbury Data Services, emailed her team to let them know that they were now expected to return to the office for part of the week. In this clip, Maxine is on a video call with Hannah to ask her why she has not come into the office as requested.
Maxine Getting it Wrong (Managing Remote Working)
5 weeks into lockdown Maxine is struggling to manage her team who are working remotely. Hannah is clearly expressing anxiety and needs more support whilst Keith wants Maxine to trust him to get on with the job.
One of our most successful programmes addresses bullying, harassment and inappropriate behaviour in the workplace. It examines the impact on staff and demonstrates constructive ways to deal with these behaviours, even if the manager and staff are friends
Managing performance is a core management responsibility, but a Meaningful Conversation gets far better results, especially when there is an important underlying issue. This clip shows Mark getting it wrong. The full video shows him demonstrating our model #EmpathyCareAction in the better approach.
Manager Sara making a difficult situation worse!
Organisational change is difficult to manage, but we often underestimate the impact on team members. To ensure you have a Meaningful Conversation we recommend our model #EmpathyCareAction. This clip shows Sara getting it wrong. The full video includes her demonstrating a better, more compassionate approach.
Manager Reena getting it very wrong!
Business climate is tough so it’s essential that staff appraisals and one to ones are Meaningful Conversations. In this clip Reena makes mistakes that impact on her staff member Marion. The full video shows her using our model #EmpathyCareAction which changes everything.
Manager Tom trying to manage change
Nancy really cares about her team members. But her manager Tom is focused on tasks and deadlines. When it comes to managing change Tom needs to demonstrate greater empathy and to allow Nancy to make her own decisions. Oh well! The full video shows Tom using a better approach too.
This is a conversation that most managers dread. But it doesn’t need to be as difficult as Maria makes it! This introduces our #EmpathyCareAction model and shows how even difficult conversations can be more meaningful for all parties. The full video shows a better approach.
“ Resound Training and Development have done it again. Amazing videos which touch sensitive topics that managers face everyday. Perfect in length, with real people that you can relate to. Shared these with my Managers, Directors of HR and Managers in Training and they all loved them too. Look forward to watching the next edition. ”Rachel BegbieRegional Director of Human Resources, EMEA Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts