eLearning Library (412 Courses)

Our interactive eLearning courses are designed to meet the growing training needs of your organization and your employees. Whether you have 100 or 100,000 employees, we have a learning solution for you. eLearning courses are licensed separately from the TAG® library.

Course pricing is based on the total number of learners for the chosen license period (1-3 years). There are volume as well as multi-year discounts available. TAG® licensees receive a discount on any eLearning course licensed. Please call us (800-300-8880) or email is (clientservices@sollah.com) for more information.

 
Course Families Include:

Classics 108 courses

TrainingBriefs® 328 courses

LearningBytes® 133 courses

Advantage 33 courses

Advantage Plus 6 courses

Safety Classics 105 courses

SafetyBytes® 221 courses

Results for Suggested Industry Usage: Government

TrainingBriefs® Cheating the System
#21 ID:2311

TrainingBriefs® Cheating the System

New Micro-Learning! Most of the ethical misconduct in an organization is the small bad choices that employees make day to day. Breaking simple policies or taking advantage of privileges and benefits (like PTO) may not seem like serious ethical misconduct – but these infractions are a reflection of what kind of employee you are or could become. Small bad choices may lead to bigger bad choices.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance Ethics & Integrity, Compliance Foundational 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Coaching Overview
#22 ID:2089

TrainingBriefs® Coaching Overview

New Micro-Learning! Have you ever been reluctant to coach an employee because you didn’t know where to begin or how to handle what may come up during the conversation? Yes, coaching can be scary. You have to excel in the necessary interpersonal skills while at the same time follow a process.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Coaching & Mentoring, Communication, Learning Reinforcement Intermediate 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Combine Your Strengths
#23 ID:2185

TrainingBriefs® Combine Your Strengths

New Micro-Learning! Extraordinary leaders understand that it's the combination of strengths that produces exponential results. It is these results that result in extraordinary leadership. This course takes a look at easy-to-understand steps to maximizing your leadership skills.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Leading, Management, Leading Intermediate 6 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Discipline - Avoiding Termination
#24 ID:2194

TrainingBriefs® Discipline - Avoiding Termination

New Micro-Learning! Avoiding termination is something too many managers stumble on, especially when they're dealing with employees they think are more likely to sue. Remember, if you ever find yourself in this situation, get the support you need from human resources or senior management and act decisively to correct the problem.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance Compliance, Management Intermediate 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Documenting Correctly
#25 ID:2190

TrainingBriefs® Documenting Correctly

New Micro-Learning! Many cases for wrongful employment termination stem from mishandled progressive discipline. There are various common issues that managers struggle with. This course will examine the issue of improper documentation.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance Compliance, Management Intermediate 6 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Budgets
#26 ID:2310

TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Budgets

New Micro-Learning! Individuals make ethical choices, not organizations. In most cases, we are not talking about bad people. Granted, there some out there making conscious unethical choices, but this is the exception, not the rule. It’s usually good people that make bad choices. In this short course, you’ll observe an individual who discovers that her department is under budget. The question is will she make bad choices with this knowledge?

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance Ethics & Integrity, Compliance, Management Intermediate 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Evaluating Ethical Situations
#27 ID:2275

TrainingBriefs® Evaluating Ethical Situations

Updated! Deciding to how to react when you observe coworkers breaking policy or even laws can have consequences not only for them, but for you and the organization as well. If you find yourself in this type of situation, remember to use the filtering steps; evaluate the situation, evaluate the outcome of possible actions, and proceed accordingly.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance Ethics & Integrity, Compliance Intermediate 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Everyone Does It
#28 ID:2312

TrainingBriefs® Everyone Does It

New Micro-Learning! In this course, we'll look at software theft. By the time we're finished, you'll be in a better position to not only recognize the kinds of ethical situations that can lead to problems; but you'll also be better prepared to really think through the issues and figure out what's the best choice of action for you and your organization.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance Ethics & Integrity, Compliance, Professionalism Intermediate 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Focus on Your Strengths
#29 ID:2188

TrainingBriefs® Focus on Your Strengths

New Micro-Learning! This course focuses on the energy that should be spent exploiting our strengths instead of focusing our energy on our weaknesses. As you complete this quick course, ask yourself in what areas do I want to be recognized as outstanding?

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Leading, Leadership, Management Intermediate 6 minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Inconsistent Discipline
#30 ID:2205

TrainingBriefs® Inconsistent Discipline

New Micro-Learning! Managers should always be professional, be even-handed, and above all, be consistent. Now obviously, employees aren't machines. And part of being a good manager is being able to tailor your management style to the unique needs of individuals. But when it comes to progressive discipline, making exceptions or applying different standards is a great way to end up telling your story to a judge.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance Compliance, Management Foundational 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Lack of Commitment
#31 ID:2231

TrainingBriefs® Lack of Commitment

New Micro-Learning! Getting people to care when they think something is no big deal or when they just don’t seem to have any sense of urgency can be a challenge. This course takes a look at the impacts an individual has on the rest of his or her co-workers when they display a lack of commitment to the team and the organization.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Leadership, Communication, Management, Leading Foundational 6 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Leading Is A Commitment
#32 ID:2180

TrainingBriefs® Leading Is A Commitment

New Micro-Learning! You won't become a leader because it's logical that you do, or because the company demands that you become a leader, or because it's a new way to get you people to work harder. Forget it! Leadership is too big a commitment, and too big a change from the way you’re used to working. You will only become a leader if you are first convinced it's in your personal best interests to do so.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Leading, Leadership, Management Intermediate 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Leading to Engage Others
#33 ID:2179

TrainingBriefs® Leading to Engage Others

New Micro-Learning! In this course, we will take a look at three fundamental ways leaders enroll followers, and how only one really works. We will also look at how leaders capture the attention of their followers to take the journey to a better place by ensuring they know how much better it is then where they are now.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Leading, Leadership, Management Intermediate 6 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Not On Our Team!
#34 ID:2214

TrainingBriefs® Not On Our Team!

New Micro-Learning! We all have different experiences and backgrounds, and we may have different views on what is acceptable behavior. But failing to treat people with respect and professionalism, when due to a protected status, can easily lead to charges of discrimination or harassment. This course takes a look at how sabotaging someone’s ability to do his or her job can lead to an adverse employment action.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance Discrimination, Harassment Prevention Foundational 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Open Communication
#35 ID:2067

TrainingBriefs® Open Communication

New Micro-Learning! As a leader you must demonstrate your commitment to the organization’s culture of integrity, create an environment where employees feel safe to voice their concerns and hold all employees accountable for their actions.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Communication, Compliance, Respect Foundational 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Preventing Retaliation
#36 ID:2135

TrainingBriefs® Preventing Retaliation

New Micro-Learning! Retaliation in the workplace is a real issue. As a manager, it is your responsibility to know how to recognize, appropriately respond, and resolve potential retaliation issues. There are several signs of possible retaliation. Examples include micromanaging, unnecessary surveillance, arbitrarily enforcing policies or procedures, or other activities unrelated to employment.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance, Leadership Compliance, Management, Abusive Conduct Intermediate 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Redirection
#37 ID:2195

TrainingBriefs® Redirection

Discipline should be a last resort. It’s negative and often leads to separation. Redirecting behavior is positive, forward-thinking, and often leads to success. Before you give a reprimand—think! In many cases an employee needs to be redirected rather than reprimanded.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Leading, Communication, Leadership, Management Foundational 5 minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Religion at Work
#38 ID:2213

TrainingBriefs® Religion at Work

New Micro-Learning! It’s one thing to casually invite someone to attend religious services with you, or to occasionally mention a religious belief or practice. But when you repeatedly and openly talk about your religious beliefs, or proselytize, to the point that it offends a co-worker, you can be accused of harassment. And when a supervisor is the one talking about religion in the workplace, employees may believe that religion discriminatorily effected employment decisions.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Ethics & Compliance Discrimination, Harassment Prevention Foundational 5 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® Strive for Extraordinary
#39 ID:2225

TrainingBriefs® Strive for Extraordinary

New Micro-Learning! To be an extraordinary leader, we cannot be in the mindset of how do I go from bad to good or from good to a little bit better. We need to be in the mindset of how do I get from good to great because it is great leaders that make an overwhelming difference.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Leading, Leadership, Management Intermediate 6 Minutes

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TrainingBriefs® There’s No “I” in Team
#40 ID:2203

TrainingBriefs® There’s No “I” in Team

New Micro-Learning! Most people don’t intentionally come to work with a bad or difficult attitude. The problem is a lot of people don’t understand - or they forget - how our attitudes affect the people around us. When these situations do arise, all it really takes is a gentle reminder that what they're doing has an impact on the rest of us.

eLearning - TrainingBriefs® Leadership Leading, Communication, Leadership Foundational 6 Minutes

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