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INP 1390 - Human Relations in Business and Industry: Videos
This LibGuide is to assist with the objective of this course: the study of behavior in organizational and work settings and the application of the methods, facts and principles of psychology to individuals and groups in organizational and work settings.
(Films Media Group) - Streaming video from large and small production companies covering a wide range of subjects to enhance college courses. These videos include public performance rights that allow them to be used in the educational setting.
Funded by College (FLVC Group License)
Examples of Course Related Videos from Films on Demand:
Conscious Business Module 2: Creating Fulfilling Relationships & Great Teams SeriesFilms on Demand Database - In this 2nd module of the Conscious Business Institute Leadership Program, you will understand the building blocks for well-functioning relationships and teams. You will learn about two important principles that are the foundation for any positive relationship, discover how to effectively communicate in conflict and pressure situations, and how to create a collaborative team culture driven by accountability and responsibility. Developed by experts in human behavior and consciousness, executives and advisors to top business leaders and politicians, this Module uses the experiences from the most successful people and organizations to help you improve the way you work and lead.
Human Resources and Industrial RelationsThe field of human resources and industrial relations is about people and quality of life. There is a need to develop applications of business ethics for the employment relationship in the context of research, practice, and teaching. 30 minutes
Workplace Excellence Series SeriesGetting the most out of your team involves everything from communication and encouraging creativity to ensuring a desirable and safe workspace. This ten-part series demonstrates how managers can achieve workplace excellence and the impact those actions can have on your team members. 10-part series, 11-15 minutes each.
Management Styles Explained SeriesA manager’s style essentially is the way he or she makes decisions, relates to subordinates, and lays out a vision for an organization. This program examines five widely recognized management styles, commonly identified as autocratic, persuasive, consultative, participative, and laissez-faire. Viewers learn about each style’s characteristics, advantages, drawbacks, and practical applications. The video also emphasizes that while a leader may prefer a particular style, different management approaches should be used depending on the culture of the business, the unique nature of the workforce, and the specifics of the work required. Viewable/printable educational resources are available online. (17 minutes)