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This collection contains professional learning and development courses. Please contact sales@lessonbee.com for more details to purchase them.

Keep Calm

Welcome to the "Keep Calm" video course intended to help learners reduce or prevent an angry reaction, which leads to a healthier wellbeing with more peaceful relationships. This course, comprising four video lessons, will cover misconceptions about anger, what factors contribute to anger, what kind of attitude drives anger, and several tips to prevent anger from occurring. After completing this course, learners will increase their self-awareness and recognize what kinds of thoughts make their anger worse, so that they can live a more peaceful life.

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Managing Stress

Welcome to our six-part video course on how to effectively manage stress! No matter what kind of role you play with your organization, stress is inevitable, but it’s not something that has to be put up with. Organizations can reduce the workplace stressors of their employees. You can be in a stressful environment, but you don’t have to be stressed. This six-part video course will teach you how to handle the normal stress of daily work, give you tips on how to remove the causes of debilitating stress, and how to deal with the unavoidable stress you encounter.

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Workplace Mental Health

Welcome to the “Workplace Mental Health” video course, which describes how to set an organizational culture that supports mental health. This course, comprising six video lessons, highlights the pervasiveness of mental illness and conveys mental illness warning signs, risk factors, and coping skills. In addition, this course explains how to create a healthy workplace and appropriately intervene in the case of a crisis situation at work. Ultimately, learners should understand that mental illness is a medical condition that doesn’t discriminate and is nothing to be ashamed of. What can you do to help crush the stigma?

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Anti-Harassment Training (Connecticut)

Welcome to BizLibrary TV! This anti-harassment course, which was designed to comply with Connecticut law, is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. All video lessons are modeled after various TV shows, from Family Feud and Judge Judy to reality shows and cartoons. Throughout this course, supervisors will review what their subordinates are required to learn regarding workplace harassment, including bystander requirements, complaint procedure guidelines, and the EEOC definition of sexual harassment. In addition, leaders will receive training on supervisor and HR responsibilities, warning signs of sexual harassment, and investigation requirements, among other things. In the end, supervisors should know just how to deal with a harassment situation if it occurs and be prepared to prevent harassment from happening in the first place. Special thanks to content consultant Deborah C. England, Esq., of San Francisco, CA, who kin

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Anti-Harassment Training for Employees

Welcome to BizLibrary TV! This anti-harassment course is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. Throughout this course, nonsupervisory employees will learn critical information regarding workplace harassment, including how to navigate sex and gender issues, complaint procedure guidelines, and the EEOC definition of sexual harassment. Additionally, the course covers methods for eradicating abusive conduct at work. All video lessons are modeled after various TV shows, from Jeopardy! and Family Feud to talk shows and cartoons. In the end, employees should know just how to recognize and deal with harassment situations should they occur in the workplace. Special thanks to content consultant Deborah C. England, Esq., of San Francisco, CA, who kindly reviewed all harassment content with a critical and judicial eye. This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP and 1 hour of recertification credit through the HR

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Anti-Harassment Training for Employees (California)

Welcome to BizLibrary TV! This anti-harassment course, which was designed to comply with California law, is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. Throughout this course, nonsupervisory employees will learn critical information regarding workplace harassment, including how to navigate sex and gender issues, complaint procedure guidelines, and the EEOC definition of sexual harassment. Additionally, the course covers methods for eradicating abusive conduct at work. All video lessons are modeled after various TV shows, from Jeopardy! and Family Feud to talk shows and cartoons. In the end, employees should know just how to recognize and deal with harassment situations should they occur in the workplace. Special thanks to content consultant Deborah C. England, Esq., of San Francisco, CA, who kindly reviewed all harassment content with a critical and judicial eye. This program is valid for 1.5 PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP

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Anti-Harassment Training for Employees (Illinois)

Welcome to BizLibrary TV! This anti-harassment course, which was designed to comply with Illinois law, is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. Throughout this course, nonsupervisory employees will learn critical information regarding workplace harassment, including how to navigate sex and gender issues, complaint procedure guidelines, and the EEOC definition of sexual harassment. Additionally, the course covers methods for eradicating abusive conduct at work. All video lessons are modeled after various TV shows, from Jeopardy! and Family Feud to talk shows and cartoons. In the end, employees should know just how to recognize and deal with harassment situations should they occur in the workplace. Special thanks to content consultant Deborah C. England, Esq., who kindly reviewed all harassment content with a critical and judicial eye. This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP and 1 hour of recertific

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Anti-Harassment Training for Employees (New York)

Welcome to BizLibrary TV! This anti-harassment course, which was designed to comply with New York state and New York City law, is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. All video lessons are modeled after various TV shows, from Family Feud and Judge Judy to reality shows and cartoons. Throughout this course, employees will review what they are required to learn regarding workplace harassment, including bystander requirements, complaint procedure guidelines, and the EEOC definition of sexual harassment. Through these lessons, employees will have a better understanding of what harassment is and how it can manifest at work. In the end, employees should know just how to deal with a harassment situation if it occurs and be prepared to prevent harassment from happening in the first place. Special thanks to content consultant Shabri Sharma, of New York City, NY, who kindly reviewed all harassment content with a critical and j

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Anti-Harassment Training for Supervisors

Welcome to BizLibrary TV! This anti-harassment course, which was designed to comply with state laws, is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. All video lessons are modeled after various TV shows, from Family Feud and Judge Judy to reality shows and cartoons. Throughout this course, supervisors will review what their subordinates are required to learn regarding workplace harassment, including bystander requirements, complaint procedure guidelines, and the EEOC definition of sexual harassment. In addition, leaders will receive training on supervisor and HR responsibilities, warning signs of sexual harassment, and investigation requirements, among other things. In the end, supervisors should know just how to deal with a harassment situation if it occurs and be prepared to prevent harassment from happening in the first place. Special thanks to content consultant Deborah C. England, Esq., of San Francisco, CA, who kindly r

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Anti-Harassment Training for Supervisors (California)

This anti-harassment course, which was designed to comply with California laws (AB 1825, SB 396), is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. All video lessons are modeled after various TV shows. Throughout this course, supervisors will review what their subordinates are required to learn regarding workplace harassment, including bystander requirements, complaint procedure guidelines, gender-related issues, and the EEOC definition of sexual harassment. In addition, leaders will receive training on supervisor and HR responsibilities, warning signs of sexual harassment, and investigation requirements, among other things. In the end, supervisors should know just how to deal with a harassment situation if it occurs and be prepared to prevent harassment from happening in the first place. Special thanks to content consultant Deborah C. England, Esq., of San Francisco, CA, who kindly reviewed all harassment content with a criti

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Anti-Harassment Training for Supervisors (New York)

Welcome to BizLibrary TV! This anti-harassment course, which was designed to comply with New York state and New York City law, is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. All video lessons are modeled after various TV shows, from Family Feud and Judge Judy to reality shows and cartoons. Throughout this course, supervisors will review what their subordinates are required to learn regarding workplace harassment, including bystander requirements, complaint procedure guidelines, and the EEOC definition of sexual harassment. In addition, leaders will receive training on supervisor and HR responsibilities, warning signs of sexual harassment, and investigation requirements, among other things. In the end, supervisors should know just how to deal with a harassment situation if it occurs and be prepared to prevent harassment from happening in the first place. Special thanks to content consultant Shabri Sharma, of New York City, N

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Anti-Harassment Training for Supervisors (Illinois)

Welcome to BizLibrary TV! This anti-harassment course, which was designed to comply with Illinois law, is sure to capture your engagement while teaching you everything you need to know about workplace harassment. All video lessons are modeled after various TV shows, from Family Feud and Judge Judy to reality shows and cartoons. Throughout this course, supervisors will review what their subordinates are required to learn regarding workplace harassment, including bystander requirements, complaint procedure guidelines, and the EEOC definition of sexual harassment. In addition, leaders will receive training on supervisor and HR responsibilities, warning signs of sexual harassment, and investigation requirements, among other things. In the end, supervisors should know just how to deal with a harassment situation if it occurs and be prepared to prevent harassment from happening in the first place. Special thanks to content consultant Deborah C. England, Esq., who kindly reviewed all harassme

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Culture of Civility: Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace (California)

Welcome to the “Culture of Civility: Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace (California)” video course meant to help employees understand how to recognize and respond to harassment, as well as how to behave appropriately and prevent harassment from occurring in the first place. This course, comprising nine video lessons, defines different types of harassment, explains how bystanders can respond, and describes the process for making harassment complaints. By learning about things like the reasonable person standard and the federally protected classes, viewers will be better able to navigate workplace situations and keep themselves and their coworkers safe from harassing and inappropriate behavior. After completing this course, viewers will be familiar with workplace issues like sexual harassment, abusive conduct, and harassment based on sex and gender as well as how to address them. This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP and 1 hour of recertification credit through t

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Culture of Civility: Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace (Connecticut)

Welcome to the “Culture of Civility: Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace (Connecticut)” video course meant to help all employees, regardless of their position, understand how to recognize and respond to harassment, as well as how to behave appropriately and prevent harassment from occurring in the first place. This course, comprising 17 video lessons, defines different types of harassment, explains how bystanders can respond, and describes the process for investigating harassment complaints. By learning about things like the reasonable person standard and the federally protected classes, viewers will be better able to navigate workplace situations and keep themselves and their coworkers safe from harassing and inappropriate behavior. After completing this course, viewers will be familiar with workplace issues like sexual harassment, abusive conduct, and harassment based on sex and gender. This program is valid for 2 PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP and 2 hours of recertification credi

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Culture of Civility: Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace (New York)

Welcome to the “Culture of Civility: Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace (New York)” video course meant to help employees understand how to recognize and respond to harassment, as well as how to behave appropriately and prevent harassment from occurring in the first place. This course, comprising nine video lessons, defines different types of harassment, explains how bystanders can respond, and describes the process for making harassment complaints. By learning about things like the reasonable person standard and the federally protected classes, viewers will be better able to navigate workplace situations and keep themselves and their coworkers safe from harassing and inappropriate behavior. After completing this course, viewers will be familiar with workplace issues like sexual harassment, abusive conduct, and harassment based on sex and gender as well as how to address them. This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP and 1 hour of recertification credit through the

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Diversity: Seeking Commonality (Employee Version)

Welcome to the "Diversity: Seeking Commonality (Employee Version)" video course meant to help employees understand how diversity manifests in the workplace and the importance of inclusion for creating a positive environment. This course comprises four video lessons and explains the levels of the diversity scale, the benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce, and the dangers of stereotyping. After completing this course, the viewer will understand that everyone deserves to be treated with respect and that everyone has a shared mission at the workplace for the company’s success. If you are a manager, it is recommended that you watch the "Diversity: Seeking Commonality (Manager Version)" series of video lessons to supplement your understanding of diversity training and the promotion of commonality.

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Diversity: Seeking Commonality (Manager Version)

Welcome to our three-part video course, "Diversity: Seeking Commonality (Manager Version)." Please complete the "Diversity: Seeking Commonality (Employee Version)" video course before beginning this video course to ensure you are familiar with the information your employees will be learning. This series of video lessons is meant to demonstrate the most effective way to handle diversity training in the workplace. It effectively explains the reasons why diversity training often fails, as well as provides tips for making diversity training meaningful and appropriate. After completing this course, the viewer will understand that diversity training should focus on commonality rather than differences.

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Establishing Equity

Welcome to the “Establishing Equity” video course intended to show viewers how to move towards equity in the workplace. This course, comprising five video lessons, walks through the four elements of the DEI continuum: diversity, inclusion, equality, and equity. The first lesson lays out and describes the basic premise of the continuum. Then, the following lessons describe each step along the continuum in detail. Additionally, each lesson provides viewers with action steps for promoting the principles of DEI in their workplace. Ultimately, viewers of this course will have a better understanding of the concept of DEI, with special attention and consideration paid to the overarching concept of equity. (Keywords: bias, culture, discrimination, EEO, protected class)

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Opioid Epidemic

Welcome to the “Opioid Epidemic” video course intended to shed light on the increasing opioid epidemic. This course, comprising of three video lessons, covers facts of the epidemic and its impact in the workplace, the warning signs to be aware of surrounding drug abuse, and an action plan providing steps to take in your workplace to begin the important business of saving lives from opioid abuse.

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Stop Bullying in the Workplace (Manager Version)

Welcome to the "Stop Bullying in the Workplace" video course! Workplace bullying happens when an employee is the target of a pattern of mistreatment that causes or is intended to cause some sort of harm. In this video course, you will learn to identify bullying behaviors, explore the damaging effects of bullying on employees and the larger organization, and understand what you must do to address occurrences of bullying.

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Women in the Workplace

Welcome to the “Women in the Workplace” video course meant to help women succeed in the modern working world. This course comprises three video lessons that cover how sexism can manifest at work, tips for how women can help themselves in their careers, and methods for empowering women. By learning about things like microaggressions and benevolent sexism, viewers will start to recognize how sexist behaviors can occur between people at work. Then, female learners will gain key tips for how they can navigate their careers more effectively. Finally, managers will learn about what they can do to prevent stereotypes from affecting their decisions, as well as how they can support the development of their female employees. No matter what gender you identify as, this course will help you understand and minimize the effects of gender biases at work.

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Working With the Five Generations

Welcome to our six-part video course on "Working With the Five Generations"! Research shows that people share similarities within their age group concerning attitudes, behaviors, motivations, values, and decision-making processes. "Working With the Five Generations" explores the events, outlooks and expectations that create differences and commonalities between the five major generations of workers in the United States. In this video course, you will learn about each of the major generations, how different cultures have shaped different people, and why it is important to understand how to communicate with people from different generations.

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