The Problem Solving products include a wide range of inventories, assessments, simulations and games. They can be used for personal and team development, helping participants increase their understanding of problem solving styles and skills. Each resource has a comprehensive Facilitator Guide available.
This section helps you answer the question of “How do you solve everyday problems and still leave time for more complex issues?” Using the games and simulations provides a fun and interesting way to address performance blockages and identify practical approaches to improve individual and team efficiency and effectiveness.
You encounter a range of problems at work, but let's face it: the small, everyday problems-the ones that need quick but effective solutions-really take a chunk out of your day. So how do you solve these everyday problems and still leave time for the more complex issues at hand?
What ethical type are you? How to resolve the ethical and moral dilemmas that arise in your life. Can you identify, articulate, and defend the ethical principles that govern and influence your ethical and moral decision-making?
Peter Garber makes a strong business case for how ethics will ultimately help you avoid fines and penalties and improve profits and customer and public relations. He shows you how to establish ethical behaviours and practices. Just as important, he demonstrates how to observe and enforce them, make people accountable and ensure there are penalties sand consequences for non-compliance.
Facilitator Guide comprises of Binder with CD and Participant Guide.
The Guide supplies commentary and instructions based on the premise that the problem-solving process will be conducted within a group setting.