Celebrity Training Videos
These celebrity training programs and tools all feature well-known personalities. A widely respected expert or popular celebrity leads a presentation for your team on a variety of your critical human resource development goals. Celebrity training program topics include meetings, appraisals, sales, customer service and much more.
Personalities featured in this section include Joel Barker, Franklin and Stephen Covey, Dr. Deming, Lou Holtz, The Muppets, Tom Peters and many more.
- Harry Anderson
- These training programs star HARRY ANDERSON of Night Court and Dave's World. Harrys entertaining approach to these typical human resources topics add a little zest to your training programs.
- Lance Armstrong
- The saga of Lance Armstrong and his recovery from cancer and subsequent multiple victories in the Tour de France is known worldwide. Now, you can use the story of Lance Armstrong to motivate and inspire your employees to face challenges, overcome obstacles and achieve new heights of success.
- James Autry
- James Autry is the author of five books and a leading authority on leadership thinking. His book, Love and Profit: The Art of Caring Leadership, won the prestigious Johnson, Smith & Knisely Award. Autry received considerable national attention when he was featured on Bill Moyers' special series, "The Power of the Word," on PBS.
- Joel Barker
- Joel Barker is a well known futurist and business management consultant and trainer. Joels training programs will help your managers and your employees cope with management, leadership and change management.
- Ken Blanchard
- This training directory of Ken Blanchard's leadership and management philosophy offers easy to understand examples from pop culture. Blanchard's management and employee training programs will enhance your organizational development initiatives.
- Richard Branson
- Sir Richard Branson is best known for creating the Virgin brand of over 360 companies. Branson's first successful business venture was at age 16, when he published a magazine called Student. He then set up a record mail-order business in 1970. In 1972, he opened a chain of record stores, Virgin Records, later known as Virgin Megastores . With his flamboyant and competitive style, Branson has used himself to grow the Virgin brand into airlines, music labels and recently a space tourism business, to name a few. He is known for taking risks and prizes being an entrepreneur. According to Forbes list of 2008 billionaires, Richard Branson is the 236th richest person with an estimated net worth of $7.9billion.
- John Cleese Training Videos
- Robert K. Cooper, Ph.D.
- A national treasure. Those are the words used by Professor Michael Ray of the Stanford Business School to describe Robert Cooper, an impassioned pioneer in the neuroscience of human capacity, leadership, trust, and initiative. An advisor to organizational leaders and acclaimed educator on how exceptional leaders and teams excel under pressure while everyone else is just competing or falling behind, Cooper is also known for his work on the practical application of emotional intelligence in leadership and organizations.
- Franklin / Covey
- This extensive, yet easy-to-use Covey directory contains all the Franklin Covey and Stephen Covey training books, and audio/video tapes your organization needs to improve its effectiveness. You'll find everything here, except seminar information.
- Dr. Edward Deming
- This library concerning the philosophy of Dr. Edwards Deming took nearly ten years to produce. The Deming Library presents the management philosophy of Dr. W. Edwards Deming and the issues of quality improvement and transformation confronting Western management. Joined by business experts, leading management thinkers, and top executives, Dr. Deming explains his philosophy of managing for continual improvement.
- Jane Elliott
- Jane Elliott is an internationally known teacher, lecturer and diversity sensitivity trainer, lectures for schools, corporations and Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. and worldwide (Australia, United Kingdom, Ireland, Holland, Scotland, Canada, Germany, Alaska).
- Marshall Goldsmith
- Marshall Goldsmith is a best selling author and executive coach, who has worked with 100 major CEOs and their management teams. He is known as the pioneer of 360 degree feedback. His work includes helping successful leaders achieve positive lasting change in behavior for themselves, their people and their teams has been featured in a The New Yorker profile, Harvard Business Review interview, Forbes feature story and Business Strategy Review cover story (from the London Business School). His book, What Got You Here Wont Get You There, was voted the number 1 business book of the year on Amazon and is a NYTs best seller.
- Andy Grove
- Andy Grove, co-founder of Intel, is credited with pursuing the strategy of creating microprocessors for personal computers at a time when Intel made memory chips for mainframes, which were the standard computing method. During his tenure as CEO, Grove oversaw a 4,500% increase in Intel's market capitalization from $18 billion to $197 billion. Grove survived the Nazis when he was a child and the communists in Hungary as a young adult. He has survived prostate cancer and is now funding research to cure Parkinsons, which he now has. He wrote a book called, Only the Paranoid Survive and is known for this great quote:"Success breeds complacency. Complacency breeds failure. Only the paranoid survive."
- Lou Holtz
- If your organization needs a boost in teamwork and motivation, then videos by Lou Holtz could be just the right play to call. Lou Holtz coached Notre Dame to a national football title in 1988. He was a 2-time Coach of the Year (1977,88). He retired after the 1996 season with a 216-95-7 record in 27 seasons with 5 schools Wm. & Mary (3 years), N.C. State (4), Arkansas (7), Minnesota (2) and ND (11).
Coach Holtz returned to coaching with the University of South Carolina in 1999. He remains an excellent motivational speaker.
- Jennifer James
- Change occurs everywhere in business, education, and our personal lives. The secret to controlling it is to embrace it; but most of us resist change, creating a feeling of discomfort or anguish within ourselves. Jennifer James communicates how accepting change can allow us to explore new strengths in ourselves and provide a chance to reach out to others and make a connection.
- Dewitt Jones
- Dewitt Jones is one of America's top professional photographers with a career stretching over twenty years. As a motion picture director, he had two films nominated for Academy Awards before he was thirty. Twenty years as a freelance photographer for National Geographic earned him a reputation as a world class photojournalist.
- Tom Monaghan
- Tom Monaghan, founder of Dominos Pizza and one time owner of the Detroit Tigers. After reading Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis in 1989, Monaghan was shaken by what he considered his sinful pride and ego. He took two years off from Domino's to examine his life. Despite his enormous wealth, Monaghan divested himself of most of his ostentatious material possessions. He gave up his lavish office suite at Domino's headquarters, replete with leather-tiled floors and an array of expensive Wright furnishings, turning it into a corporate reception room. He also ceased construction on a huge Wright-inspired mansion that was to be his home. He returned to Dominos pizza after 2 years to save the failing company. In 1998, he sold the company and is now involved in running his Catholic charities.
- Morris Massey Training Videos
- Since the early 1970's, Dr. Massey has been working with and delivering programs about human behavior, with a particular focus on values. He is known for his dynamic and energetic presentation style. His undergraduate and M.B.A. degrees are from the University of Texas, and his Ph.D. in business is from L.S.U. During the late 1960's and through the 1970's, as an Associate Dean and Professor of Marketing, he received four awards for teaching excellence.
- Muppets - Business Training Videos
- Let the Muppet crew give your meetings a boost with their award-winning programs. You'll laugh and you'll love the way the MUPPETS approach every business situation. These programs are packaged to give you maximum flexibility. Now, you can pick and choose your favorite programs a la carte.
- Tom Peters
- TOM PETERS helps you turn work into an adventure with the new "RE-IMAGINE! series.In this revolutionary series, Tom will show you how organizations are meeting the challenges of tomorrow and achieving new levels of excellence. Youll see how one company dealt with tremendous change and came up with an innovative solution that transformed their brand and the corporate culture. Youll see how another company is meeting the competitive challenges of tomorrow through constant innovation. Youll also watch great customer service and WOW! projects at work.
- Lily Tomlin
- Lily Tomlin is one of American's foremost comedic entertainers. Tomlin has enjoyed an extraordinary career spanning all facets of the entertainment industry, including feature films, television and theatre.
This series of customer service training videos feature Lily Tomlin in one of her many disguises, Ernestine the Telephone Operator. These laugh-inducing training moments feature Ernestine's famous "one ringy-dingy, two ringy-dingy" customer service teaching moments.
- Brian Tracy
- Brian Tracy is one of Americas leading authorities on the development of human potential and personal effectiveness. He is a dynamic and entertaining speaker with a wonderful ability to inform and inspire audiences toward peak performance and high levels of achievement. Brian works with ideas and has developed techniques that help people sell their ideas, and their products. His videotapes have developed millions of successful individuals.
- Jack Welch
- Jack Welch ran General Electric for two decades. In the early 1980s he was dubbed "Neutron Jack" (in reference to the neutron bomb) for eliminating employees while leaving buildings intact. He cut bureaucracy, layers of management, believed in candor, high energy and informality with a sharp focus on people.