DTV Announces 20 New Business Skills Videos

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Some 20 new business skills videos, many of them adopting the style of hit TV shows such as &ldquo;Lost&rdquo; and &ldquo;Sex and the City,&rdquo; have been launched as part of a new spring collection by Web 2.0 technology-enabled learning and development desktop solution Digital Training Videos (DTV). <br /> <br />DTV offers bite-sized videos (between eight and 10 minutes long) with downloadable support material and is available on licensed packages or pay-per-view pricing. <br /> <br />New content uploaded every month includes a main feature title, usually relating to a current topic, with added location footage and specially packaged with a longer running time. <br /> <br />The 20 or so newcomers to the DTV library span eight topic areas with a range of &ldquo;overview/introduce&rdquo; films serving to induct newcomers to a business practice complemented by &ldquo;take action&rdquo; productions designed to analyze and advise on detail specifics.<br /> <br />The film formats include expert interviews, case studies and drama-based scene setting. <br /> <br />Users can view and select from an easily navigable topic library, spanning personal and professional development, management, leadership, coaching, communications, customer service, sales, teamwork and sustainability. <br /> <br />A lively content mix includes how to compose and write professional emails, becoming a better team member, handling your first day at work, best sales practice and how to make your office more environmentally friendly.<br /> <br />New to the DTV library in April are:<br /> <br /><ul><li><strong>Teamwork: </strong>&ldquo;Shaping,&rdquo; &ldquo;Water To Grow,&rdquo; &ldquo;Casting,&rdquo; &ldquo;Get On Board,&rdquo; &ldquo;Break the Routine&rdquo; and &ldquo;All Together Now.&rdquo;</li><li><strong>Communication: </strong>&ldquo;Prefect Presentation,&rdquo; &ldquo;A Crowd of One (Great Public Speaking) Part 1,&rdquo; &ldquo;A Crowd of One (Great Public Speaking) Part 2,&rdquo; &ldquo;The Three P&rsquo;s of Email Etiquette&rdquo; and &ldquo;Action Forward File & Delete: Managing Your Email.&rdquo; </li><li><strong>Customer service: </strong>&ldquo;Service in the City: Retaining Customers in a Tough Market.&rdquo; </li><li><strong>Sales:</strong> &ldquo;Interrogators: The Art of Negotiation&rdquo; and &ldquo;K.I.S.S.E.D." </li><li><strong>Leadership: </strong>&ldquo;Rise&rdquo; and &ldquo;Warning Bells.&rdquo; </li><li><strong>Coaching: </strong>&ldquo;Flame.&rdquo;</li><li><strong>Sustainability:</strong> &ldquo;Green My Office.&rdquo; </li><li><strong>Personal development:</strong> &ldquo;First Day Nerves.&rdquo; </li></ul> <br />Specially designed to meet learning needs across the organizational hierarchy, from strategic senior CEO levels to foundation entry positions, DTV&rsquo;s training and development contents are based on intensive in-depth research, consultation and advice from industry leaders, authors, lecturers and professors at major U.K. universities and business schools.<br /> <br />Core benefits in DTV&rsquo;s training are greater value, flexibility, choice, quality and trackability.<br />

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