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The Adaptive Organization
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(Kantola Productions, 2006), 55 mins, 55 page(s)
This DVD examines the values of highly adaptive companies. It explains how to build an adaptive organization and gain commitment from employees.
(Kantola Productions, 2006), 55 mins, 55 page(s)
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Drive Business Performance
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(Kantola Productions, 2008), 55 mins, 55 page(s)
This DVD explains how performance management can deliver competitive advantage, outlines the steps required to foster a cultural shift in performance, and teaches how to evaluate one’s performance management capabilities and improve results. It includes examples from Fortune 500 companies.
(Kantola Productions, 2008), 55 mins, 55 page(s)
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Executive Leadership, The Mastery of Speaking as a Leader
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produced by Paul Marca, fl. 1997, in Executive Leadership (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 1994), 51 mins
Today's leaders must connect with their audiences in substantive ways that go far beyond the giving of information. Leaders must be able to motivate audiences to commitment, not merely to compliance. Terry Pearce explores and demonstrates ways in which a leader can elevate a speech into a more powerful and ultimat...
produced by Paul Marca, fl. 1997, in Executive Leadership (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 1994), 51 mins
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Executive Leadership, A Leader's Legacy
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directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2006), 49 mins
In this DVD, Jim Kouzes, author of The Leadership Challenge, teaches how to create an organizational vision, discusses small differences that enhance one’s leadership ability, and shows how to increase employee satisfaction. Explaining that leadership is personal, Kouzes considers the negative aspects of close r...
directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2006), 49 mins
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Executive Leadership, Liberating Leadership: How to Build a Radical Freedom-of-Initiative Organization
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directed by Mauricio Quijano, fl. 2009, in Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2009), 59 mins
When employees have the freedom and ability to act in the best interests of the company, performance improves. But does more freedom mean even better performance? Dr. Getz shares examples of phenomenal business results from companies whose leaders built total freedom-of-initiative organizations. These leaders unde...
directed by Mauricio Quijano, fl. 2009, in Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2009), 59 mins
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Executive Leadership, The Art of Leadership: One Touchpoint at a Time
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directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2012), 55 mins
In this program, Doug Conant, former CEO of the Campbell Soup Co., discusses six guiding principles of leadership. He describes the importance of determining a career plan, making hard decisions with sensitivity, being tough-minded about standards but compassionate with individuals, and working steadfastly at lead...
directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2012), 55 mins
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The Idea of Marketing in the Total Access, Real-Time Marketplace
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(Kantola Productions, 2005), 56 mins, 56 page(s)
This DVD discusses the ways in which technology has altered the marketing infrastructure in many corporations by providing a dialogue between companies and customers. It examines the fallibility of older models of marketing, explains why distribution channels are vital to a brand, and explores the partnership betw...
(Kantola Productions, 2005), 56 mins, 56 page(s)
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Influence & Negotiation, Fear of Feedback
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produced by Stanford University, in Influence & Negotiation and Executive Leadership (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2004), 51 mins
Giving feedback to your subordinates can improve their performance and make you look better as a leader and manager. Receiving feedback can enhance your career and make your job more rewarding. Yet, in most organizations, there is a two-way conspiracy of silence that subverts honest feedback and causes a downward...
produced by Stanford University, in Influence & Negotiation and Executive Leadership (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2004), 51 mins
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Influence & Negotiation, Building a Winning Team
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directed by Mauricio Quijano, fl. 2009, in Influence & Negotiation and People & Productivity (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2010), 45 mins
Fear and uncertainty in the workplace hurt the morale of teams and lead to pessimism, poor focus and subpar performance. Jon Gordon's strategies for successfully uniting teams center on his belief that communication is key. Start by sharing a unifying vision that rallies a team toward a common purpose. Stay positi...
directed by Mauricio Quijano, fl. 2009, in Influence & Negotiation and People & Productivity (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2010), 45 mins
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People & Productivity, Building a Feedback-Positive Organization
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directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in People & Productivity, Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2005), 53 mins
As a leader, you hire for potential. Therefore, one of your core jobs is as a developer of people. A readiness to offer timely and honest feedback makes all the difference to your employees. Rather than being taken as a negative, such input shows concern for the development of each individual. This works for the m...
directed by Gordon Gurley, fl. 2006, in People & Productivity, Executive Leadership and Stanford Executive Briefings (Mill Valley, CA: Kantola Productions, 2005), 53 mins
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