Respectful Workplace Workshops
Build a Positive, Productive Workplace
Establishing a workplace culture of respect is a crucial component in building motivated teams that are happy, healthy, and ultimately, productive. Our workshops are an invaluable tool for any employer striving to build a positive, respectful workplace.
Having a clear policy and providing support through training is key to developing employee confidence and trust. As an added value to the private workshop, we will provide you will a respectful workplace policy which will meet compliance within your jurisdiction. I will work closely with you to customize the program with any specific training required by your organization and employees.
Increase awareness of different behaviours, words, and attitudes to build a respectful workplace.
Develop a better understanding of group dynamics and the role each person plays.
Encourage staff to develop a conscious understanding of their own behaviour and a more considerate approach with others.
Bullying & Harassment
All employers have a duty to ensure they follow reasonable steps to avoid bullying and harassment in the workplace according to WorkSafeBC policy.
Develop a Policy Statement
Take Steps to Prevent
Procedures for Workers to Report Incidents or Complaints
Procedures for How the Employer will Deal Incidents or Complaints
Inform Workers of the Policy
Train Workers & Supervisors
Review Policy & Procedures Annually
(For full details on WorkSafeBC Policy - visit the WorkSafeBC Website)
You can pick and choose which workshops work best for you.
2. Live Virtual Session
3. E-Learning Self-Paced Learning (On-line platform)
Workshop Delivery Methods
Workshop 1: PROMOTING A RESPECTFUL WORKPLACE
Always treat people the way you want to be treated—with respect. Recognize that, like you, your coworkers, reports, and superiors have rights, opinions, wishes, experience, and competence. They also make mistakes, which are simply lessons to be learned.
What You Will Learn:
Understand the principles of Respect in the workplace
Reasons why we see disrespect in the workplace
Getting curious versus blaming
How to have effective Courageous Conversations