About: Erica Clem

Future Focused Leadership

This course shows examples of how some leaders fail at maintaining a future-driven mindset and ideas for how to foster change to succeed. Topics include: reversing the focus on fear, changing the mindset, change and its difficulties, research, and many other concepts to help your organization see the bigger picture. Preview video. Continue reading

Behavioral Based Interviewing 101: Reveal a Candidate’s Future Performance

While traditional interviews may only reveal surface information, behavioral based interviewing prompts candidates to describe detailed events, better predicting actual on-the-job performance. Use open-ended questions, beginning with What? When? Why? and How? for an accurate gauge of how an employee has performed at a past job. Preview video. Continue reading

Leadership Development 101: What qualities make a good leader?

Leaders can make or break an organization, depending on the level of their communication skills. eLeaP has a variety of courses to help managers encourage and accelerate the growth and accomplishments of employees without micromanaging. Preview video.  Continue reading

Sexual Harassment 101: Do you know the compliance requirements in your state?

Prevent costly sexual harassment lawsuits in your organization and meet compliance by learning how to recognize discriminatory behavior in yourself and those you manage. Various scenarios in our harassment prevention videos uncover how managers and employees may unwittingly display biased and inappropriate behavior in the eyes of the law. Preview video.

Supervisors in California are required to take two hours of sexual harassment training every two years. eLeaP has 4 new courses for the state of California, that fulfills the manager requirement for sexual harassment training in California. Check out a preview here of Part 1 detailing Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Environment harassment – the two types of sexual harassment.

Managers should ensure their employees feel safe and respected in the workplace. All four courses should be completed for managers to meet California’s sexual harassment requirements.