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Training Briefs® It’s a Respect Thing
We all encounter frustrations with other colleagues and departments from time to time, but it's important to think of the big picture and resolve any issues that may arise. A cohesive team is full of members who have open and honest communication, respect each other, and appreciate their efforts and ideas. By encouraging this type of environment, all departments can work together to reach their goals.
TrainingBriefs® Understanding Microaggressions
New Micro-Learning! We all know the definition of bias, right? It’s the negative or positive assumptions usually applied to groups of people. It can be blatant (also known as explicit) or subtle. It can also be unintentional and unconscious. Microaggressions tend to be the everyday, subtle interactions or behaviors that communicate some sort of bias toward another person or group. They can be intentional or unintentional and sometimes even well-meaning.
Training Briefs® Doesn't Interact Well with Others
Being a manager or supervisor is a fulfilling role. But as you know, there are times where you’ll need to tackle tough situations. When it comes to working with an employee who doesn’t interact well with others, you need to clarify the employee’s role and expectations in your own mind, and then clearly and specifically relay those expectations to the employee.
Training Briefs® Harmful Gossip
Maintaining a respectful workplace is critical to your organization’s success. How do you work with an employee who gossips and spreads rumors which have been detrimental to some working relationships?
Training Briefs® Never Gonna Move Up
Stereotyping is an all-too-common problem in the world today and is absolutely unacceptable in our organization. However, that does not mean it doesn’t still happen. We must listen to and validate our employees concerns and act on them. Doing anything else might lead to deeper issues – up to and including legal & compliance impacts.
Training Briefs® One for The Ages
Our workplace is full of employees with valuable life experiences and ideas. It’s important to recognize and appreciate the knowledge, perspectives, and experiences that team members of all ages bring to the table. This course explores how a manager deals with an unexpected derogatory comment directed towards a fellow employee regarding their age.
Training Briefs® She Earned That
Regardless of physical appearance and gender, we should treat each other with respect and dignity. As a leader in our organization, we must acknowledge that each other’s achievements are due to nothing short of hard work and dedication, NOT appearance or sexuality. We are all on the same team.
Training Briefs® The Refund
We all get frustrated sometimes, but we need to be positive and professional in our interactions with our customers. Taking out our frustrations on a customer could cause them to seek services from a competitor instead. As a leader in the organization, we need to make sure we are offering all of our customers the best experience possible. Without our customers, we wouldn’t have a business.
Training Briefs® This Is What I Expect
You have an employee who works hard but doesn’t get the results you want. You’ve discovered the problem is the employee doesn’t understand what’s expected to do the job correctly. How do you work with an employee who doesn’t understand expectations?
Training Briefs® What’s The Big Deal?
Decision-making is a daily occurrence in the workplace. Making ethical decisions is important for everyone within an organization and those they serve. As a leader in the organization, we must ensure our team members are aware of the proper procedures for ethical decision-making and the numerous consequences that can occur if they are not followed. Big or small, an unethical decision can have a huge impact on the organization.
Training Briefs® Yet Another Fire
Communication can make or break a project. Ensuring our team members are communicating effectively, efficiently, and timely is a key to success in the workplace. As leaders, we know there will be times when we must have those difficult conversations, but we need to make sure we confront and resolve these issues, not avoid them.
TrainingBriefs® Bad Attitude
One of the most frustrating issues a manager can face is with an employee who has an "I don't care" attitude. Bad attitudes can bring the entire organization to a grinding halt. But how do you address an employee with a less than stellar workplace attitude. This course will give you a step-by-step process for addressing this workplace issue.
TrainingBriefs® Be More Assertive
Your employees are being paid to do the best job possible. When you have an employee who is not performing up to his or hers potential, it jeopardizes their success and the success of the team. How do you work with an employee who needs to be more assertive in recognizing needs, taking action, speaking up, and contributing ideas.
TrainingBriefs® Creating a Respectful Workplace
Having fun at work is okay, but playing to stereotypes - even when it’s meant as just a joke - isn’t funny. It could be perceived as ridicule, and if that happens, it could be seen as creating a hostile environment. As a manager, it's important to quickly address inappropriate workplace behavior before it turns into a larger issue for the organization.
TrainingBriefs® Disability Discrimination
Creating a respectful and inclusive workplace is vital to the success of our organization. But let’s say an employee comes to you and complains that they’ve been discriminated against because of their disability. What do you do?
TrainingBriefs® Doesn't Have the Skills
There are times, when employees don’t perform their jobs up to our expectations for a variety of reasons. It’s your job, as a manager, to communicate and reinforce those expectations and find appropriate solutions, when those expectations are not met. How do you work with an employee who is not performing up to your expectations?
TrainingBriefs® Embracing Other Cultures (Christmas)
Understanding and embracing other cultures is a key part of creating an inclusive workplace free of bias and stereotypes. This course provides an overview of the Christian holiday – Christmas. Christmas is the holiday that many Christians associate with the birth of Jesus Christ. It’s a celebration that typically takes place on December 25th in many countries around the world, particularly in Christian communities.
TrainingBriefs® Embracing Other Cultures (Diwali)
Understanding standing and embracing other cultures is a key part of creating an inclusive workplace free of bias and stereotypes. This course provides an overview of the international holiday – Diwali. Also known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali is one of the most popular and widely celebrated festivals in India and other countries with large Hindu populations. It's typically celebrated in late October or early November, according to the Hindu lunar calendar, and lasts for five days.
TrainingBriefs® Embracing Other Cultures (Hanukkah)
Understanding and embracing other cultures is a key part of creating an inclusive workplace free of bias and stereotypes. This course provides an overview of the Jewish holiday – Hanukkah. Also known as the Festival of Lights, it's an international holiday that is celebrated for eight days and nights, typically falling in late November or December.
TrainingBriefs® I Had to Say Something!
Stereotypes and biases have not place at work. They can (and do) creep into our conversations and influence our actions. When we hear or witness these types of statements, we need to speak up and drive conversation around the impact (even if the intent was not to hurt a co-worker). If we don't, they can easily lead to misunderstandings and reinforced stereotypes. Speaking up is an important part of creating and maintaining a respectful work environment.