The one-day Civility in Today’s Workplace workshop targets people and businesses encountering the increasing problems with workplace collaboration, respect, and civility.
Are you a start-up? A small business with an even-smaller staff? Is your team remote? Have a project team that experiences ineffective communication? Size and scope of the business do not prevent or eliminate the issue of workplace civility. Recent studies indicate that more than 50% of today’s workforce has been a witness or experience workplace bullying, or lack of civility.
Handling Difficult Team Conversations in a Global Marketplace
“One quarter of the offenders we surveyed said that they didn’t recognize their behavior as uncivil” according to an article entitled “The Price of Incivility“written by Christine Porath and Christine Pearson for the Harvard Business Review
Today’s Workplace Report Increasing Acts of Incivility and Bullying
Start-ups and established organizations alike need to acknowledge, identify and track workplace incivility.
The impact of incivility to our co-workers, teams, and our business is too high to ignore.Tweet
Taking proactive steps to address and set expectations for civil behavior is key.
What does the Workshop Include?
The Civility in Today’s Workplace workshop covers:
- Civility and the Rewards
- Creating and Maintaining a Workplace Civility Policy
- Dealing with Difficult Personalities
- Effective Work Etiquette
- Civility and New Hire Onboarding
HOW is the Course Delivered? What are the Available Formats?
- Course Duration: 1 day (6.5 hours)
- Full Day Live Course
The impact of incivility to our co-workers, teams, and our business is too high to ignore
WHO Should Attend
- Anyone who is currently a witness or experiencing workplace civility in the workplace environment.
- Civility Champions within the organization
- Anyone who wants to improve the daily interactions within their project teams.
WHY is Course Attendance Limited?
The workshop is in an instructor-led learning format.
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