Re-Living produces innovative Management Training Videos, which prove to be highly effective for 'executive training programmes' and complement 'interactive training sessions' and 'classroom lectures' perfectly.
Re-Living is India's only video software production house specializing in docu-drama based management training videos.
Currently, Re-Living has developed and produced 10 management training videos entitled :
THE MAGIC OF MANAGERIAL CREATIVITY (New)
Ashish Sharma is a young line manager – cramped by organizational constraints, bored by the grinding routine, afraid to take initiative and unable to make any difference. His boss, Kamat thinks Ashish is just sleep-walking through his job.
The video features 9 short but compelling episodes that dramatically emphasize the need for first time managers to equip themselves with a range of soft skills to effectively handle their new role as team leaders.
Jaideep Bose, a middle level manager is dismayed by the way his boss, Kakkar, a senior executive of the company, conducts recruitment interviews. Bose notices that Kakkar’s interview questions and his assessment of candidates is very arbitary, superficial, casual and heavily influenced by his personal preferences rather than professional considerations.
Vivek Malhotra, a young manager, is upset with the casual way in which his boss conducts his performance appraisal. Vivek’s colleague Neeraj comments cynically that appraisals are just a formality and make no difference. Disappointed, Vivek decides that whenever he becomes a boss, he will conduct appraisals that are meaningful and motivating for his subordinates.
TOWARDS EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT LEADERSHIP - I & II
PART I: The video begins with the exit interview of a young manager, who reveals, "Since it is not possible to change one's boss, I am changing my job."
Shrikant Joshi, an Organization Development Consultant, appointed by the same company, discovers that this is the widespread sentiment prevalent among the managerial cadre and staff in the organization.
PART 1 :Rohit Deshpande, a young sales executive is highly depressed because of his dismal sales performance. He is convinced that he is not cut out for a career in sales.
Just as he is on the verge of desperation, his boss, Singh injects new hope into Rohit. Singh trains Rohit to take rejection in stride and enhance his selling skills by observing and learning on the job every day.
It is always easier to talk about Good Customer Service than provide it!
Rahul is a budding young executive, excelling in business development and sales. But, when his boss, Gokhale receives complaints from several institutional customers handled by Rahul, he realises that Rahul does not have a positive attitude towards Customer Service. Gokhale then decides to convince Rahul about the supreme importance of Good Customer Service in today's competitive world.