Overcoming Barriers to Critical Thinking: Being Human
By Therese Nemec
The learner will identify ways to overcome barriers to critical thinking and problem-solving including false memories, personal biases and prejudices, and physical and emotional hindrances.
Test Your Business Etiquette
By Patricia Pollock
Learners consider a variety of business etiquette situations and determine if the response given is appropriate or inappropriate.
A Model for Initiating Conflict Resolution (Screencast)
By Ann Heidkamp
In this screencast you'll identify and write assertive "I" statements that focus on BCF (behavior, consequences, and feelings).
By Jody Cooper
Learners test their knowledge of jurisdiction issues by matching case scenarios to the correct court. The cases involve the following courts: Circuit, Small Claims, Probate, District, Bankruptcy, State Appellate Court, Wisconsin Supreme Court, and U.S. Supreme Courthouse.
Introduction to Records Management: Types of Records
By Kim Olson
In this interactive object, learners read an overview of records management and then classify records as "vital," "important," "useful," or "nonessential" in a drag-and-drop exercise.
In this interactive object, learners follow the litigation process from the filing of a court case through the filing of an appeal. Learners’ choices will move the case in different directions, based on the actions of the parties and the Court. A quiz completes the activity.
The Criminal Law Process
Learners follow a timeline of the criminal law process, clicking on the steps to read descriptions of them. A quiz completes the activity.
Building a Resume
By Cathy Hopkins
Students read about the components of a resume and write one for personal use.
Overcoming Barriers to Critical Thinking: People-Related Obstacles
The learner will identify techniques to use to overcome people-related barriers to critical thinking.
Writing Effective Goals for Employee Motivation
In this learning activity you'll review how to write effective goal statements.
The You View
By Jennifer McIntosh, Barbara Laedtke
Learners will write effective business messages that incorporate a second-person point of view and focus on the benefit to the reader. This approach is often used to create positive messages, neutral messages, and inquiry messages in business settings.
Barriers to Critical Thinking: Being Human
The learner will explore basic human limitations that create barriers to critical thinking including selective thinking, false memories, and perceptual limitations.
Sexual Harassment: Preventing and Addressing Sexual Harassment
In this activity, you'll identify ways to prevent and address sexual harassment.
The learner will become familiar with eight principles of collaborative leadership to build a team where members find satisfaction and reward in their job.
Building Relationships Through Active Listening
Learners will examine the four steps to listen actively to improve relationships.
Sexual Harassment: The Three Types
In this learning activity, you'll identify the three types of sexual harassment.
Eliminating Office Waste
By Kaye Krueger
Learners review office processes to find ways to save time.
What is Sigma? Why Six?
By Lee Binz
Learners read about Six Sigma philosophy and methods. The need for high quality levels for today's customers is stressed.
Quality Tools: The Cause and Effect Diagram
By Mary Lee Rudnick-Kaun
In this learning activity you'll be introduced to the cause and effect diagram.
By Kaye Krueger, Keith Lodahl
Learners read how to identify a manufacturer's value streams - the first step to value stream mapping.
Barriers to Critical Thinking: People-Related Obstacles
The learner will identify barriers to critical thinking related to internal and external factors after viewing scenarios.
Four Steps for Setting and Achieving Your Goals
By Mitch Vesaas
You will learn four steps for good goal setting.
Intro to Outlook
By Jenner Reinke
Explore the Microsoft Office Suite, which is so much more than just email.
The Five Whys
By Janet Braun
The learner will explore the techniques used to identify cause-and-effect relationships of a particular problem.
Using Check Sheets
Learners read definitions of discrete, continuous, attribute and variable data and view examples of checklist, location and item check sheets.