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Connecting with Respect

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Connecting with Respect


The Connecting with Respect workshop educates and applies respect in the workplace by demonstrating regard for other people as an essential component of all respectful interactions. This professional development workshop dramatically increases awareness and improves your employees’ ability to work successfully with anyone, regardless of background, life-style, job status or any other difference, by developing critical, self-directed thinking and behavioral skills. Diversity isn’t a Challenge to Manage; it’s Strength to Leverage.

You can’t train “diversity”. Diversity is the natural by-product of a constantly evolving global community and marketplace. Ignored, it can be a contributing factor in miscommunication, poor morale, low productivity, employee turnover and even lawsuits. Properly harnessed, diversity can be the source of extraordinary creativity, best-in-class customer service, a committed, engaged workforce and high organizational adaptability. The key to leveraging diversity is a rock-solid foundation of respect.

Through carefully researched and validated exercises, the workshop then takes leaders along a comprehensive learning path that expands their awareness, offers critical insights on human thought and behavioral norms, and helps them develop an easy-to-apply “tool kit” proven to increase their capacity for more consistently respectful behaviors.

 

Learning Objectives:


Examine what respect should look like within the workplace, and how disrespectful behaviors damage morale and productivity.

Outlines the transition points from a culture of "tolerance" to "respect"

Explores the role that attitudes play in promoting respectful workplaces

Assess the role that attitudes play in contributing to respect in the workplace and evaluate the impact that stereotypes and prejudgments have on our actions and decisions.

Teaches the skills necessary to identify and change counter-productive behavior patterns.

 Promotes respect for both self and others as a foundational value.

Identifies behaviors that support both personal and organizational values


 Provides framework for designing a respectful workplace plan of action




Who Should Attend: Organization Development Professionals, HR Personnel, Training Directors, Executives, Management and Individuals looking to enhance their performance, respectful interactions and leadership abilities. 



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