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41.

Coaching New People [electronic resource]

Welcome them, give feedback, encourage new skills and be a good role model.
Online
2013
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Handling the New Wave [electronic resource]

An amusing program about managing the expectations and behaviors of the newest recruits.
Online
2013
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Andrew Carnegie [electronic resource]: Prince of Steel

This episode of Biography explores the life and legacy of iron and steel magnate Andrew Carnegie, an immigrant who rose to become one of the world's wealthiest men.
Online
1996
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Henry Ford [electronic resource]: Host Peter Graves

This episode of Biography profiles Henry Ford, one of America's great innovators and arguably the most influential man of the 20th century.
Online
1996
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J. Pierpont Morgan [electronic resource]: Emperor of Wall Street

This episode of Biography sheds light on the life of John Pierpont Morgan - a man who single-handedly saved the United States from bankruptcy but was accused of being a monopolist.
Online
1996
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Milton Hershey [electronic resource]: Chocolate King

This episode of Biography spotlights philanthropic confectioner Milton Hershey, whose commitment to fairness, in an era of ruthless industrialists, led him and his candy empire to sweet success.
Online
1996
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Prelinger Archives: The Bright Young Newcomer [electronic resource]

How a laissez-faire office manager (male) stands aside as women workers compete with one another.
Online
1958
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Empires of Industry [electronic resource]: The Legacy of King Coal

This program is a comprehensive chronicle of the coal industry, featuring extensive footage of coal mining through the years. Commentary by labor leaders, coal company presidents, and industrial historians is featured.
Online
1997
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Explaining Skillfully [electronic resource]

The explanation of concepts and information needs to be accessible to all employees. In this episode, the team leader is impatient and patronizing when explaining things to new hires, but other team members are more patient and creative in ensuring their messages are understood. They follow the four key steps in explaining; engagement, structure, maintaining interest, and ensuring understanding.
Online
2012
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Niccolò Machiavelli's the Prince [electronic resource]

When Niccolò Machiavelli penned The Prince - a heartless guide to creating and retaining autocratic political power that makes no place for idealism and lofty virtues - he came to be widely regarded as the Devil's servant. Over the centuries, though, The Prince has come to be viewed as a classic text of political theory, a manifesto of bare-knuckles business management, and a significant piece of Renaissance literature. This program, made up of 26 one-to-five-minute segments, combines audio narration and simple animations to provide an easy-to-understand introduction to every chapter of Machiavelli's controversial masterwork.
Online
2011
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Sharing Feedback [electronic resource]

Avoid defensiveness, be open to receiving and give specific balance feedback.
Online
2013
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Developing Your Team

The Management Essentials series explains good managerial skills. By the end of this episode, viewers will understand how to coach employees and how to set targets for their team.
Online
2016; 2014
53.

Soap Opera

He revamped Granada. Put the fizz back into Coca-Cola. Now charismatic, Irish business guru Sir Gerry Robinson turns his attentions to smaller, family-run operations. The first company in crisis is County Linen laundry.
Online
2017; 2004
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Decision-Making and Teamwork

Management expert William G. Ouchi talks about the challenge of creating an environment that values teamwork, which is critical if decisions are to be reached by consensus.
Online
2015; 2011
55.

Chief Executive Officers—Career Q&A: Professional Advice and Insight

What is it like to be a chief executive officer? In this Career Q&A video interview, Charlie Szoradi talks about his career path, what he does on the job, and the keys to success running a company. He also offers candid advice on breaking into the profession as well as insight into the industry’s biggest challenges and how the field may change in the next ten years.
Online
2017
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Performance Reviews

The Management Essentials series explains good managerial skills. By the end of this episode, viewers will better understand howto run aperformance review.
Online
2016; 2014
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Changing Tides: The Future of Shipping

Nearly everything you use, buy, or consume made its way to you by sea. Shipping accounts for 90 percent of all trade movement. It literally keeps the global economy afloat. In this special program, we take a rare glimpse into an industry that remains largely under the radar.
Online
2017; 2015
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Harry Potter J.K. Rowling

Joanne Rowling, creator of Harry Potter, is the best-selling fiction writer of all time. The first author to become a billionaire from her work, her imaginative tales of a boy wizard have generated the most popular and profitable series of books and movies ever produced, and caused hundreds of millions of kids to rediscover reading in an age of texting and Twitter. From her working-class roots in rural England, she endured poverty, her mother’s untimely death, a broken marriage, and single motherhood, until the entire Harry Potter saga struck her one day like a bolt from the blue. After writing the first book in a café while on welfare and being turned down by twelve publishers, Rowling would create a franchise that rewrote the rules of how children’s books are marketed. Through seve [...]
Online
2017; 2011
59.

Dupont Dynasty

DuPonts have influenced affairs of state since the Presidency of Thomas Jefferson. This documentary traces their accomplishments over two hundred years, beginning with Pierre Samuel du Pont de Nemours’ immigration to America. Highlights include: Eleuthere Irenee’s construction of a gunpowder business in Delaware’s Brandywine region; Lammot’s expansion into dynamite production; Pierre Samuel’s diversification into other chemical products; and the corporation’s contribution to both world wars. Despite internal tensions over the course of its history, Du Pont is now the world’s largest chemical company, with 94,000 employees globally.
Online
2017; 2001
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The Art of Behavioral Interviewing

Research shows behavioural interviewing is five times more successful in choosing the right candidate for a job over more traditional interviewing techniques. Psychologist Peter Quarry explains behavioural interviewing and gives many examples of how to do it in a real situation.
Online
2017; 2008