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Training, Planning & Preparation

Art of Professional Food Service
Guests will have that pampered feeling of professional service offered with courtesy and warmth but not overfamiliarity. Learn proper serving methods for Russian, French, English/Butler and American Service. Correct table setting, napkin folding and table grooming. You'll learn how to "read" your guests needs, learn correct wine presentation and proper multi coursed dinner service. This is designed to teach the lost art of service, the psychology of attention that leaves guests satisfied and remembering your professional service. Ideal Instruction for: catering staff, hotel/resort staff, home entertaining - butlers/maids, restaurant staff, waiters/waitresses and educational video training.
07-4241 65 min. $ 79.95 ©1996

Arts of Criticism...Giving and Taking
Criticism, who needs it? Actually we all do. If we can't learn from criticism-if we cut it off-both our personal growth and our career suffer. In this video you'll watch Beverly and Everett, a top sales rep and a talented engineer, learn the arts of criticism and rebuild a hostile, destructive relationship into a productive, professional one.
07-4261 22 min. $ 89.95 ©1996

Auditions And Insights With Terrence Mann
A video workshop for serious actors taught by one of Broadway's leading talents. Contains valuable information about the business of acting, including audition preparation and presentation, hiring an agent, equity and open calls, plus many of Terry's personal experiences and insights. An invaluable teaching tool and reference guide for actors and teachers.
07-6638 30 min. $ 39.95

At last--a plain english explanation of the most helpful Government program that is available, to help debt-ridden consumers. In addition to answering the most common asked questions about the filing of a Bankruptcy petition, lists of attorneys and telephone numbers of every Bankruptcy Court in the United States are also covered. Hosted by attorney Eugene Grossman.
07-4085 100 min. $ 29.95

Bartending - The Course
You will learn to make drinks up and on the rocks by categories.
07-4177 82 min. $ 29.95 ©1995

Business End of Video
This program covers the basics for getting started in your own video production business. It will give you a valuable overview of what's necessary to get started and successful strategies for handling your business once it gets underway.
07-8073 30 min. $ 29.95 ©1992

Career Advantage: Career Information Interviews
Discusses how to use one of the the most powerful job search and career management strategies. use this technique to create job opportunities.
07-2235 20 min. $ 39.95 ©1987

Career Advantage: Effective Telephone Techniques
This will help you produce a higher positive response rate in setting appointments for job interviews.
07-2237 20 min. $ 39.95 ©1987

Career Change
Learn how to successfully make the transition from your current job to a new career. In this program, you'll see how uniformed and civilian workers turn leadership skills and other experience they've gained in current occupations, into career advantages. This video provides current, specific, and practical advice to successfully make the transition in a new fulfilling career.
07-4021 23 min. $ 19.95 ©1993

Career S.E.L.F. Assessment
Before you start looking for a job, take a good look at your S.E.L.F. This program shows how to assess your Strengths, Experiences, Lifestyle, and the you Function best. Each of these elements are part of your S.E.L.F. and all should be considered when choosing a career. This program stresses the importance of knowing who you are and what direction you want your life to take before fitting your S.E.L.F. into the world of work. The key to finding the right job or career is asking your S.E.L.F. the right questions. This entertaining program discusses the questions job seekers need to answer.
07-4300 30 min. $ 89 ©1996 1-56450-289-9

Career Strategies Part I
In this videotape by Esquire, top corporate leaders reveal the secrets of their success and tell aspiring young executives how to zoom into the fast lane. Features "In Search of Excellence" co-author Robert J. Waterman, Jr. and top executives at companies from Citicorp to Burger King.
07-0006 60 min. $ 29.95 ©1985

Career Strategies Part II
In this Esquire videotape, headhunters, executives, and other experts share inside knowledge of changing jobs and leveraging careers. Features hiring consultant Kurt Einstein, headhunter Putney Westerfield, and many others.
07-0007 60 min. $ 29.95 ©1985

Changing Your Job To Change Your Life
Hosted by Walter Slaughter, a consultant to Fortune 500 companies. He gives a step-by-step guide for anyone who wants to better thenselves through finding new employment. Includes career path planning, job finding strategies, resumes and letters, interviewing tips and tactics, ten job-finding mistakes and more.
07-0120 60 min. $ 29.95

Computer Skills in the Workplace: Revolution on the Job
Employers and employees from temp services, hospitals, restaurants, factories, and a variety of other businesses answer questions about the computer skills people need to compete in today's job market. Among the topics covered are: the importance of computer skills when seeking jobs; the application of computers in specific fields; the impact of system changes, upgrades, and employee training.
09-4369 25in. $ 99 ©1997 1-56370-433-1

This introduces an exciting new program on Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving, or COPPS. Produced by the California Attorney General's Office, this timely production features noted national experts including: Chris Braiden, Superintendent of Policing, Edmonton, Alberta; Herman Goldstein, "Father of Problem Oriented Policing", University of Wisconsin; Chief Willie Williams, Los Angeles, California; Chief Tom Potter, Portland, Oregon and Chief Joe Brann, Hayward, California. Includes a 29 minute training tape featuring a motivational presentation and a discussion of problem solving. Recommended for police chiefs, sheriffs, elected officials, city managers, street cops, etc.
07-4253 15 min. $ 24.95 ©1993

Different Way of Learning
Overcoming the challenge of learning disabilities on the job. An excellent primer for students who need to know how their learning disabilities affect job performance and how they can make crucial adjustments to achieve employment success. Profiles a lawyer, human resource manager, security officer and chiropodist who have found work in their chosen fields despite their disabilities. Inspirational, motivational and instructive.
07-4293 10 min. $ 49 ©1996

Employment Agency Business
Ruth Clark, President of Clark Unlimited Personnel of New York City, and Roger McDowell, owner of a Snelling & Snelling personnel franchise business in Wisconsin, talk about the employment agency business. Learn about the hows and whys of the trend toward part-time employment and toward the "department store" approach, which they believe these businesses will have to take in the future in order to be successful. Lots of tips for job seekers as well as for potential employment agency owners.
07-0090 30 min. $ 79.95

Everyone Can Work
Presented by Paul Wehman, Ph.D., a leading researcher and advocate for employment of people with disabilities. A motivational look at the successes of supported employment. This was shot on location and features compelling interviews with supported employees, job coaches, family and employers.
07-4178 30 min. $ 49 ©1995 1-934731-12-8

From the Ground Up: Raw Architecture
07-4071 30 min. $ 79.95

High Impact Tour Leadership Skills
This training film takes you on a motorcoach tour and clearly explains leadership concepts while the tour is in progress. Good instincts and people skills are a wonderful asset, but "specific" group leadership skills have to be consciously implemented to ensure successful tours.
07-4018 28 min. $ 49.95 ©1993

How to Be an Outstanding Receptionist
Receptionists may spend only seconds interacting with customers or clients. But that's all the time it takes to leave a lasting impression. Your receptionists will learn to manage their time better; deal with all types of people; handle conflicts with tact and poise; and present a first impression people with remember and respect. 3 tape set.
07-4269 158 min. $ 199.95 ©1994

This program can assist you in building your receptionist skills. Both volumes cover techniques to help make you a more effective and satisfied receptionist.
07-8087 35 min. $ 29.95
07-8088 37 min. $ 29.95
07-4064 106 min. $ 79.95
07-8086 34 min. $ 29.95

How To Be the Perfect Waiter or Waitress... and Earn Great Tips!
Offers new and experienced waiters and waitresses a complete guide to professional service techniques enabling them to be successful food servers. Every restaurant owner or consumer who is interested in a career as a waiter or waitress will want to purchase this program. This is also ideal for any or who wants to learn more about the food service field. It gives tips on correct table settings, napkin folding, serving and clearing techniques, table grooming, beverage service, how to approach tables with confidence, suggestive selling for added tips, how to easily take orders, the five critical points of service and many other important professional food service skills.
07-4240 43 min. $ 24.99 ©1996

How to Become a Model
This exciting fact-filled video gives all the information needed to break into modeling. Modeling has a reputation for being glamorous, but it is also hard work, and a difficult business to enter, unless you know how to begin. This informative video will give you the edge in starting out. This provides an insider's view of the industry, how to choose an agent, what they look for, models who are not just beautiful but who have individuality and presence, "the look" and are at least 5'8" and fit into size eight clothes.
07-4049 30 min. $ 39.95 ©1991 1-880370-02-6

How To Get Along With Your Boss
Presented in a humorous documentary style using monster movie scenarios. Not only will you learn about monsters, mummies and assorted aliens, You'll learn how to get along with your supervisor. Look at the different types of bosses: Authoritarian, Democratic, Laissez-Faire and Combination.
07-8053 17 min. $ 98

If You Really Want To Get Ahead
Discover why some people climb the ladder to corporate success while others don't. Let the editors of "Communications Briefings", newsletter, give you a step-by-step plan to reach the top.
07-8054 48 min. $ 79

In The Prime: Changing Careers with Carole Hyatt
Carole Hyatt is a motivational speaker, workshop leader, author and career specialist who believes careers are like colorful tapestries made of separate strands that represent personal skills, competencies, experiences, needs and dreams. Through a series of simple exercises, she helps workshop participants identify their own strands and explore how to re-embroider them into new patterns to create their next career. Workbook included.
07-4333 50 min. $ 19.95 ©1996

Interviewing for a Job
A genial host attired in a business suit provdes guidelines for appropriately handing job interviews. Divided into four segments--self-organization, interview preparation, interview conduct and follow-up--each topic is covered with specific advice. Other topics covered include: dressing appropriately, handling possible discriminatory questions, discussing salary and managing mealtime interviews. Excellent information for anyone who is job hunting
07-0145 30 min. $ 59.95 ©1984

Interviewing: Employment, Evaluation, Termination
Personnel interviewing techniques can make or break a management career, or even a company. This video training program covers the three main types of personnel interviews: candidate selection, performance reviews and exit interviews. Roleplay shows how good interviewing is done, including how to prepare and ask the right questions and avoid the wrong ones. The program also illustrates how techniques used in the hiring interview also apply to performance evaluation, disciplinary conferences and terminations. Major emphasis is placed on getting and giving the right information in the right way to accomplish objectives of selecting the right candidate, improving employee performance, and minimizing hard feelings and lawsuits when the employee must be terminated.
07-0127 25 min. $ 59.95

It's All Part of the Job
A one-of-a-kind program that features real life workers with developmental disabilities and their employers. Focuses on social skills needed to succeed on the job. Covers: personal appearance, getting to work, punctuality and attendance, getting along with co-workers, taking breaks, following directions, and staying on task. Winner of the CINE Golden Eagle.
07-4179 21 min. $ 59 ©1993 1-934731-40-3

Job Survival Kit
This program explores common sense rules to follow and exactly what employers are looking for in the next person they hire such as: a can-do attitude; being punctual; adapting to any situation; respecting customers, supervisors and co-workers and many other unique characteristics and qualities that make a valuable employee. Shows viewers how to strive to be as good at their job as they can while making useful recommendations of how to: keep a job diary, approach the annual review and handle a disagreement in the office.
07-4195 25 min. $ 79.95 ©1994 1-56450-219-8

Kitchens of Death: Clandestine Drug Laboratories
Clandestine drug laboratories are a serious and growing problem for law enforcement and fire departments. This program supplies basic survival information every law enforcement officer needs to know. The three segment design, Segment One: Introduction to Clandestine Laboratories, Segment Two: Detection and Location, Segment Three: Booby Traps and Hazards, makes this ideal for use during daily roll call briefings or at officer training sessions. Additionally, this tape can be very effective in the safety training of fire, ambulance and other emergency personnel.
07-4252 30 min. $ 10.95 ©1989

Looking Ahead...Preparing to Meet the Future
How to recover from job loss setback and emerge employed and stronger. Leading experts take you step by step through the victorious job search featuring Dr. Denis Waitley, Richard Bolles and William J. Morin.
29-4014 60 min. $ 49.95 ©1993

Modeling, What It Takes
Features Shalane McCall who is best known for her role as Charlie Wade, on the hit T.V. show Dallas. Shalane began her career as a beauty queen. winning 110 beauty pagent titles. From these beauty pageants came fashion layouts for magazines, appearances in television commericals, and eventually a starring role on Dallas. This video gives practical advice and answers questions which can help future models get started. How does a model stay fit, what are the latest styles in fashion, make-up, and hair, how does a model find a photographer and put together a portfolio, and how does a model find an agency?
07-5399 30 min. $ 19.95 ©1988

On Camera: Breaking Into Television Commercials
Iris Acker, star of over 200 commercials, presents her inside secrets with segments on preparation, wardrobe, auditioning, script reading, resumes, agents and much more.
07-2182 45 min. $ 29.95 ©1987

This series helps the computer novice gain understanding of the different programs they may have to use on a daily basis. Book and exercise diskette included.
07-4291 13 min. $ 119 ©1995 1-56370-203-7
07-4292 38 min. $ 299 ©1995 1-56370-204-5
07-8043 90 min. $ 99.95
07-8044 90 min. $ 99.95
07-4290 12 min. $ 119 ©1995 1-56370-202-9
07-4289 13 min. $ 119 ©1995 1-56370-165-0

Post Secondary Education
Presents the university approach to instruction, ranging from teaching assistants and assistant lecturers who are often grad students working part time, to full professors with tenure. Teaching staff discuss their diverse responsibilities, which include lectures, seminars, tutorials, research, publishing and administrative duties.
07-4277 30 min. $ 29.95 ©1987

Professional Bartending Handbook
07-4445 70 min. $ 29.95 ©19

Discover how to identify and manage the fine points and big picture of every project you manage. This program will help keep your projects on time and within budget.
07-4302 120 min. $ 39.95 ©1986 0-931177-06-5
01-0097 120 min. $ 39.95 ©1986 0-931177-03-0
07-4304 115 min. $ 39.95 ©1988 0-931177-25-1
01-0164 120 min. $ 39.95 ©1987 0-931177-07-3
07-4303 120 min. $ 39.95 ©1988 0-931177-23-5

Each volume of The Psychology of Winning Learning System comprises a full 60-minute video presentation by Denis Waitley himself; a 60-minute audiocassette review of the video material; and an 80-page action guide which includes a test section worksheets, a reference guide, and a full transcript of the audio session.
07-4204 44 min. $ 39.95
07-4205 36 min. $ 39.95
07-4203 62 min. $ 39.95

Resume Zone
Explores a museum of ambiguous goals, unstated objectives, and ill-expressed qualifications. Host, Bryan Heath guides the viewer through stories of poorly constructed resumes, ending with an example of how to properly construct a resume that will get noticed. Presented in a humorous format, this is a program no serious job seeker should be without.
07-4288 18 min. $ 129 ©1996 1-57112-052-1

Secrets of Successful Innkeeping
07-4444 56 min. $ 19.95 ©1993

Shadows to Light: A Guide to Child Abuse Reporting
Make children your priority and report known or suspected child abuse, your report will make a difference! Produced by the California Attorney General's Office and the Children's Advocacy Institute, this fast paced program supplies you with basic information on California's Child Abuse Reporting Law. But more than that, you will see and hear educators, child care providers, medical professionals and other mandated reporters honestly discuss their fears, frustrations and true feelings on the critical part they play in protecting children. An informational and motivational tool that will greatly aid you in fulfilling your crucial role as a mandated reporter of child abuse.
07-4251 20 min. $ 10.95 ©1996

Social Skills at Work
An excellent program that models specific, concrete behaviors to help young workers better survive their first few weeks on a job. The script and format work especially well with first-time job seekers and special needs populations. Shot originally in 1988, the content is not dated, it's practical, no-nonsense information, and key points are reinforced throughout. On screen graphics have been improved for this release. This program examines common types of work related social problems, such as an exacting boss, a coworker who taunts and teases, etc. Also presents important do's and don'ts of acceptable, on-the-job social behavior.
07-4432 19 min. $ 89 ©1988 1-57112-086-6

Spirituality in Real Estate by Michael Horst & Brooke Warrick
This explores the bigger question than just how many sales closed. Horst and Warrick delve into the personal vision, honest and ethical dealings, and career fulfillment that add up to true long term success.
07-4317 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1996

Successful Interviewing: How To Interview Others
A look at interviewing from the other side, how the interviewer can best get what she or he wants from the interview. Equally useful to those on both sides of the interviewer's desk.
07-0093 30 min. $ 89.95

Sylvia White: Managing Your Art Career
This program is designed to teach artists the skills they need to manage their own careers. It includes a video consultation and excerpts from a live seminar by Sylvia White.
07-4176 90 min. $ 69.95 ©1996

Take This Job & Love It: Keys to Surviving Your New Job
Viewers learn how to decide the correct attire, how to address and deal with their new bosses, how much socializing is acceptable, how to learn correct office procedures and what skills their supervisors expect them to have. This stresses the fact that when starting a new job, preparation for the expectations of bosses, supervisors, co-workers, clients and customers often makes the difference between a smooth take-off and a crash landing.
07-4196 35 min. $ 79.95 ©1993 1-56450-142-6

Tough New Labor Market, The
07-4447 30 min. $ 29.95 ©1996 1-56370-237-1

Features Laura McKenzie.
07-8002 23 min. $ 79.95 ©1991 1-56345-010-0
07-8010 25 min. $ 89.95 ©1992 1-56345-067-4
07-8003 30 min. $ 89.95 ©1991 1-56345-031-3
07-8004 27 min. $ 89.95 ©1991 1-56345-009-7
07-8008 30 min. $ 89.95 ©1991 1-56345-032-1
07-8006 25 min. $ 89.95 ©1991 1-56345-008-9
07-8011 25 min. $ 89.95 ©1992 1-56345-068-2
07-8005 28 min. $ 89.95 ©1991 1-56345-012-7
07-8009 25 min. $ 89.95 ©1992 1-56345-066-6
07-8007 30 min. $ 89.95 ©1991 1-56345-011-9

07-4192 30 min. $ 69.95 ©1993 1-56450-156-6
07-4193 30 min. $ 69.95 ©1993 1-56450-157-4

Individual occupations correspond to standard occupational classification titles found in many other sources of career information. Each tape contains descriptions of occupations within a broad segment of the work world.
07-4023 $ 100

The Vocational Visions Career Series is designed to increase career awareness by providing high school and vocational students with information that will help them make appropriate career decisions. It includes interviews with people in various occupations to provide useful information in a lively and personal format that makes viewing fun as well as educational!
07-4065 77 min. $ 749 ©1993

Winning at Job Hunting in the 90's
Presents a solid, aggressive and effective total job hunting system. By following this system you can find satisfying employment, learn networking strategies techniques and more.
07-9821 60 min. $ 59.95

Acclaimed author and respected consultant Noelle Nelson, Ph.D, has helped attorneys at the nation's top law firms win cases and maximize jury awards. Learn what it takes to prepare for that important litigation and to present yourself and your witness in a credible manner.
07-0201 55 min. $ 49.95 ©1986
07-0200 60 min. $ 49.95 ©1986
07-0202 60 min. $ 49.95 ©1986
07-0198 55 min. $ 49.95 ©1986
07-0204 55 min. $ 49.95 ©1986
07-0199 60 min. $ 49

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