Building a Culture of Respect in the Workplace
Dennis Eisenbarth is an adult educator, trainer and business leader. He has a Masters degree in Adult Education and has worked with hundreds of groups to engage and encourage their success. His courses and consulting are designed to facilitate change, improve performance, and achieve growth. His 20 years in training have taught him that learning and fun always go together.
Building a respectful workplace is essential for your organization to grow and flourish. In a respectful workplace, all people have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. But respect goes far beyond legally defined protected rights. Employees feel valued by their employers. Productivity is high, conflict is low and business interests thrive. Even in difficult times such as terminations or discipline, a respectful approach by an employer may assist employees to move forward, accept workplace situational change and may avoid expensive litigation or workflow disruption. An organization where respect is a fundamental work value is a place where people want to work!
Recent world events have placed issues of respect and sexual harassment at the forefront of discussion and impact. The consequences demand that all organizations take a proactive stance in developing a culture of respect.
- Clearly define workplace harassment, violence, bullying, and sexual harassment
- Consider your workplace respect policies and how they are guiding your organization
- Incorporating the “cycle of respect” as an integral part of the culture of your organization
- Articulate a plan to help your organization become a leader in respectful workplaces
Who Should Attend
This webinar is designed especially for all employees who want to create a culture of respect in their workplace.