Tertiary Catalogue

Series: Personal Development


4 Paths to Resolving Conflict

4 Paths to Resolving Conflict

This video, 4 Paths to Resolving Conflict, explores how conflict can be better understood and managed despite different personalities and multiple pressures. Conflict can blow up with staff, customers, suppliers, anyone, at any time. Developing...Show More
4 Steps to Managing Money Better

4 Steps to Managing Money Better

4 Steps to Managing Money Better is a course that acknowledges we face multiple, often competing pressures on our finances. Bills can pile up, your credit card might be maxed out, or you've had unexpected expenses- repairs, medical or family...Show More
4 Strategies for Handling Difficult People

4 Strategies for Handling Difficult People

This video, 4 Strategies for Handling Difficult People, provides an insight into the stress reaction that can occur when challenged by a difficult person, and the need to develop patience and coping skills, and even changes to the way you behave....Show More
4 Ways to Develop Your Critical Thinking

4 Ways to Develop Your Critical Thinking

This video, 4 Ways to Develop Your Critical Thinking, will help you develop one of the most sought after skills at work. Critical thinking exposes you to a wider range of views, helps you question yourself and others, examines orthodoxies and...Show More
4 Ways to Take Back Control

4 Ways to Take Back Control

This video, 4 Ways to Take Back Control, provides powerful strategies to tackle the unsettled feelings resulting from turbulent times, disruption, competing demands and feeling at the mercy of events beyond your control. You will discover that in...Show More
Alcohol

Alcohol

Alcohol is a depressant that carries significant risk. This video is an in-depth look at what happens when it enters the body, from the short-term physical and emotional impairments to the potential long-term consequences.
Apologise and Reduce Conflict

Apologise and Reduce Conflict

Apologise and Reduce Conflict is a video that acknowledges we all make mistakes or realise we are in the wrong. It's how we deal with our mistakes that makes the difference. Many people view an apology as a sign of weakness but apologizing for...Show More
Are You a Good Listener?

Are You a Good Listener?

Ed Cunningham once said, "Friends are those rare people who ask how we are, and then wait to hear the answer." Learn techniques to help you become a good listener.
Avoiding Plagiarism: Bibliographies

Avoiding Plagiarism: Bibliographies

Did you know that just by submitting a research report, you could be committing a crime? That is, if you have used the work or intellectual property of others without acknowledging it. Plagiarism is theft and it has serious consequences in...Show More
Backhand (Beginner)

Backhand (Beginner)

Hitting a backhand is one of the most important skills on the tennis court. In this video, professional tennis player Belinda Woolcock demonstrates how to hit a backhand shot for beginner tennis players. Clear demonstrations complemented by...Show More
Backhand (Intermediate)

Backhand (Intermediate)

Hitting a backhand is one of the most important skills on the tennis court. In this video, professional tennis player Belinda Woolcock demonstrates how to hit a backhand shot for intermediate tennis players. Clear demonstrations complemented by...Show More
Ball Control (Intermediate)

Ball Control (Intermediate)

Having good control of the ball is one of the most important skills on the football pitch. In this video, professional football player Melissa Barbieri demonstrates controlling the ball with the knees and the feet and flick ups. Clear...Show More
Ball Control Skills (Beginner)

Ball Control Skills (Beginner)

Having good control of the ball is one of the most important skills on the football pitch. In this video, professional football player Melissa Barbieri demonstrates different methods of stopping and turning the ball. Clear demonstrations...Show More
Ball Coordination Skills (Beginner)

Ball Coordination Skills (Beginner)

Before you start hitting out on the tennis court, it's important to have good ball coordination skills. In this video, professional tennis player Belinda Woolcock demonstrates catching, tracking, and throwing skills. Clear demonstrations...Show More
Ball Handling Skills (Beginner)

Ball Handling Skills (Beginner)

Before you go anywhere on the basketball court, it's important to have good ball-handling skills. In this video, Keely Froling from the Australian Opals demonstrates variations on the wrap drill, including body wraps and leg wraps. Clear...Show More
Be a Forward Thinker

Be a Forward Thinker

Be a Forward Thinker is a course teaching an essential for business and personal success. Forward thinkers go against the natural tendency to be conservative or maintain the status quo. They are not fixed on the past but move forward with vision...Show More
Be More Creative with Lateral Thinking

Be More Creative with Lateral Thinking

Use lateral thinking to approach a problem in a new and unusual way. This helps demonstrate how positive distractions and creative methods can solve problems or innovate dynamically.
Be Open Minded

Be Open Minded

Being open to new ideas and experiences helps you think critically about the world around you.
Be the Change You Want to See

Be the Change You Want to See

Sometimes the actions of a few can change the actions of many. This video discusses how you can help your school community change the way it makes choices around nutrition and physical activity. From making healthy alterations to the canteen...Show More
Being a Hybrid Team Player

Being a Hybrid Team Player

It’s easy to forget about and ignore people who aren’t in the office when you are, or those in different situations. Because of this, tension can build up, so build relationships across divides and work to resolve issues when you detect...Show More
Brains and Behaviours

Brains and Behaviours

Learn how to support a child's behaviours using brain care, not behaviour management.
Brainstorming on Your Own

Brainstorming on Your Own

Brainstorming is great technique for creative problem solving. If you have no one to brainstorm with, learn how to do it on your own with mind maps!
Breaking Bullying

Breaking Bullying

Bullying is repeated intimidation. It's unacceptable and illegal. In this entertaining episode, Serena expects Marcus to stamp out bullying within his department. Marcus is shocked that bullying exists in his team, and takes a radical approach to...Show More
Building a Foundation of Trust

Building a Foundation of Trust

Trust is the foundation of effective hybrid work. It takes ages to build but can be destroyed in an instant.
Changing Mindsets

Changing Mindsets

Psychologist Carol Dweck (Stanford) describes two current research projects she is engaged in related to her work on mindsets: combatting school bullying and challenging preconceived stereotypes on the ground in the Middle East.