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Denver, CO (PRWEB) June 15, 2013
Employee Development Systems, Inc. (EDSI), a training and development company specializing in human capital development, is happy to announce that their webstore, located at store.employeedevelopmentsystems.com, offers a complete selection of organizational and personal development tools for companies, consultants, trainers, facilitators, and individuals to help people reach their potential. The EDSI eCommerce site contains nearly 1400 products and tools with new offerings added on a regular basis. Categories range from coaching and communications to conflict management, customer service, diversity, employee development, hiring and selection, leadership and management, OD tools, problem solving, sales, teams, and various training and development tools.
EDSI adds an average of one product family or featured product every three months–something new every quarter. In upcoming months, EDSI’s Webstore new products will include a TGI PowerPoint game and an Interviewing Workshop Kit. The Rapid Skill Builder Video Vignettes, as seen in EDSI’s eLearning modules and PPT Video Kits, will soon debut as ‘stand-alone’ products in the Webstore.
The EDSI Webstore offers a wide array of premium employee and personal development tools and resources at affordable prices. These high-quality, integrated resources have been used in Fortune 500 companies and by trainers, facilitators, coaches, HR specialists and managers around the world over the past 15 years. Because all of the products in the ReadyToManage catalog are delivered online or as downloadables, customers get same-day service with no added shipping and handling fees and activities to delay fulfilling orders.
Online and PDF downloadable products include:
competency and style profiles
books and other self-development resources
trainer kits and storyboards
games and simulations
trainer development aids
Businesses can select from the products that are most appropriate for their clients and employees, or select topic areas and build their own catalog. Whether building an employee development library, or looking to supplement the offerings of your own consulting practice, EDSI has the right products to help accomplish those goals. Topics focused on Leadership and Management and include: Leadership and Management, Communication Skills, Negotiation Skills, Conflict Resolutions, Change Management, Customer Service, Time & Meeting Management and more.
Below is a summary of the number of products offered in each category in the store. From diagnostic assessments, to E-learning courses, and complimentary resources, the EDSI Webstore is provides a complete employee development resource for the business community.
“Our training will create your competitive advantage with a more accountable and engaged workforce,” said Suzanne Updegraff, CEO, Employee Development Systems, Inc. “Our goal is to respond to client needs quickly and decisively with the best possible solutions and to deliver the best possible experience.”
About Employee Development Systems, Inc.:
Employee Development Systems, Inc. is a Colorado-based training and assessment firm that was founded in 1979 and offers employee development, management development, leadership and professionalism courses and accompanying behavioral style assessments, surveys and other tools. Employee Development Systems, Inc. provides services worldwide to Fortune 500 clients as well as small to medium-sized businesses.
The organization’s mission is to enhance the interpersonal skills needed to perform at a more productive level, to develop a workforce that adapts to change, and is creative and innovative, and to make the client organization the employer of choice. This is accomplished through establishing trust, building relationships and fostering behavioral change. Employee Development Systems, Inc. training and development initiatives address employee engagement, multiple generations in the workplace, and the ramifications of social media and collaboration.