E-Learning is a self-paced training course you can take at your computer. Employees must obtain prior manager/supervisor approval to participate in any specific E-learning course. E-Learning participation must not be during work time that results in overtime.
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Upcoming E-Learning Courses
Bouncing Back with Perseverance and Resilience
This course shows you how to weather the storm of a setback and stay on track toward your goal. Maximize your ability to bounce back by exploring the personal qualities that you need to nurture. Learn how keep setbacks in perspective and turn negative events into positive lessons.
Employee Exhaustion: Managing a Well-Balanced Workload
The possibility of employee burnout can threaten productivity. Achieving maximum productivity while avoiding employee burnout presents a challenge to every manager. Without careful considerations of tasks, schedules, and workload, stress and fatigue can quickly overcome the best employees.
Improving Your Emotional Intelligence Skills: Self-awareness and Self-management
Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize and deal with emotions in a healthy and productive manner. Many people don't realize that their emotions are determined by what they think, and that concrete self-management techniques exist for gaining control of feelings. Through this course you'll learn how to identify and regulate your own emotions through self-awareness techniques.
Managing Workplace Stress
Workplace stress will remain a reality of modern business for the foreseeable future, but there are strategies to consider when evaluating how best to anticipate and manage work-related pressures.
Motivating Human Behavior
This course focuses on maintaining motivation in a team environment. In order to ensure motivation, it’s important to understand that teams are comprised of individuals with a varying range of needs, values, and abilities.
Optimizing Work/Life Balance: Analyzing Your Life Balance
When you achieve a healthy work/life balance, you’ll feel like you’re in control and you’ll be able to organize your life around what’s most important to you. When assessing your balance, you should review four areas: the symptoms you display when you’re both in and out of balance, the events or actions that triggers those balance states, your current feelings about your work/life balance, and your center of control.
Optimizing Work/Life Balance: Maintaining Your Balance
This course will focus on techniques for maintaining work/life balance. It includes recognizing the behaviors of passiveness, aggressiveness, and assertiveness and how those affect a person's ability to find balance in life. Techniques that can be used to achieve and preserve balance are also discussed.
Performing With Others Under Pressure
Develop skills to consciously control your interpersonal reactions when under pressure and learn how to avoid unnecessary tensions. Course details a step-by-step process you can use to stay in control when you're faced with a high-pressure interaction.
The Emotionally Intelligent Leader
Examine the skills and attitudes necessary for mastering emotions in the workplace. Emotional intelligence enables people to successfully relate to and work with others. In addition to enhancing everyday personal and working relationships, it can also help to increase self-regulation, social-awareness, and productivity.
Wellness: Fitness Primer
Fitness is the basis for many other activities. Being fit will help you manage stress more effectively and control your weight more effortlessly, and might even motivate you to make other lifestyle changes. In this course, you will establish your fitness program.
Wellness: Introduction and Self-Assessment
The first step to a healthier lifestyle is to know where you are relative to where you would like to be. Changing your lifestyle is not an easy thing to do by yourself, so look for the support of others. This course is a prerequisite for other courses in the Wellness series.
Wellness: Low Back Care
Back pain is the single most significant factor in lost time on the job. A healthy back allows you to move, play, and work, while a weak back will limit your movement and sense of freedom. Knowing how your back works and what can go wrong with it is a necessary first step to resolving back pain and preventing it in the future.
Nutrition conjures up many distorted images in our minds. By learning about the obstacle to good nutrition, you will have a starting point for developing an image of nutrition as a sensible way to decrease the risk of disease and increase the possibilities for high performance.
Wellness: Stress Management
This lesson will cover two areas of stress management: exploring your stress reaction and building personal resources for stress resiliency. You will learn to indentify your stress signals and understand your stressors. Learn and practice techniques to build your physical, emotional, and intellectual resiliency to stress.
What is Emotional Intelligence?
Your emotional intelligence quotient is your capacity to reason and analyze emotional information. Becoming aware of your emotions can help you become attuned to your own needs and the needs of others, and can help you make better decisions and develop better relationships.