“Do You Booze in eLearning?” – Taste this Complimentary Presentation

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Our weekly thought –provoking vignettes are high-impact , revolutionary , and totally engaging real-life scenarios that highly enhance your learning programs. Moreover, these vignettes are available for your use, for free. Find out how you can use them.

This week’s vignette offering, “If There is Booze”, is about Bill, a manager, who is faced with the dilemma of dealing with two opposing beliefs regarding after-office gatherings. Mahad, a team member, cannot drink or even sit at a table where alcoholic drinks are served because of his religion and beliefs. Another team member, Carlo, on the other hand, insists that he should be able to exercise his right to have his booze even if it means that Mahad could refuse to join the celebration.

How should Bill deal with this situation and promote respect amongst his team members’ rights and beliefs? Is there a middle ground ? Watch the vignette and help Bill figure this out. Click here to view “If There is Booze”.

How to Use the Vignette

While the situation presented is specific, this vignette covers a wide range of topics to include conflict-resolution, work ethics and other management-related issues. Use this vignette to grab your learners’ attention and have them glued to your training session. You can also use it as part of your lessons or as a post-training test. Face-to-face, eLearning or webinar, this vignette is intended to push your learners to the EDGE.

Vignettes are highly motivational learning tools that can power up your classroom training, eLearning activities and social learning communities. Click here to preview “If There is Booze”.

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Ray Jimenez, PhD
Vignettes Learning
“Helping Learners Learn Their Way”

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