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New Micro-Learning! Diversity has to do with human differences. So a lot of times when people say “diversity” they really mean is race or gender or ethnicity. Diversity is much more than that – it’s any point of difference. It can be differences in race or gender, but it also could be differences in work style, differences in personalities, differences in terms of our organizational cultures any type of difference that matters.
No matter what the words we say, our actual communication (what others understand about and from us) is influenced by our expression, gestures and tone of voice. In fact, research has shown that only a small percentage of the brain processes verbal communication. Micro-inequities are repeated, subtle, often unconscious messages that devalue or discourage. Our focus on workforce diversity and inclusion underscores the importance of demonstrating respect for individual differences, such as personal styles, work habits, physical characteristics and life circumstances.
New Micro-Learning! Sexual harassment is still a very real workplace issue. And... as you know by now, sexual harassment is illegal and is prohibited by law. Sexual harassment can be committed by a person of any gender, and it can occur between people of the same or different gender.
Promote awareness of how harassment and discrimination impact the entire organization. This course dramatizes employee behaviors that lead to formal charges and result in serious consequences for the individuals involved. It is an eye-opening experience for everyone in the organization to discover what is/is not acceptable in today’s workplace and what their responsibilities are concerning harassment.
Promote personal responsibility for creating respectful work environments. Create a workplace where people want to come and stay. This objective is the foundation for many organizational initiatives. It seems simple enough, but in reality, it can be difficult to achieve. The reason is it requires more than the issuance of a policy, program, set of regulations or laws.
New Micro-Learning! As a leader you must demonstrate your commitment to the organization’s culture of integrity, create an environment where employees feel safe to voice their concerns and hold all employees accountable for their actions.
New Micro-Learning! Managers often get busy and can’t always be on top of everything. Yet sometimes they can unknowingly send a message that excludes an employee. When the exclusion occurs because of something related to the employee’s religion, it can be serious.
New Micro-Learning! What do cable news hosts, political bumper stickers, and religious jokes have in common? The answer is that some of them are funny, while others find them deeply offensive. It’s important to know that inappropriate humor can be the basis for a discrimination law suit.
New Micro-Learning! Maintaining confidentiality at the workplace is of utmost importance in today’s competitive world to ensure that information about customers, clients, and employees is safe. But… there might be times that we may find ourselves in an awkward situation that could lead to the compromise of such information.
New Micro-Learning! Your professional beliefs and business ethics should be what drives your behavior in the workplace. How your personal beliefs affect your life outside of work is not relevant, but how your personal beliefs affect how you interact with people at work is.
Geared towards managers and supervisors, this course provides the understanding and skills necessary to create and maintain a respectful workplace. When people believe that who they are and what they do is respected, conflict, tension, complaints, grievances, lawsuits and turnover go down-while retention, morale and productivity go up.
Put the kibosh on conflict! This new eLearning course gives managers a new perspective on understanding and resolving conflict. Conflict Clock™ for managers will give you a quick reinforcement and a model for successfully resolving workplace conflict.
New Micro-Learning! It often happens that managers honestly believe themselves to be neutral on issues of race, sexual orientation, national origin, age or gender. But the reality is that employees need to be recognized for their differences in order to feel respected.
New Micro-Learning! Success in your workplace/position will mostly be determined by your attitude and whether it’s positive or negative. This course focuses on the strategies shown here which you can use to ensure that you get along, get noticed, and get ahead.
New Micro-Learning! Workplace bullying, also known as abusive conduct, can have devastating effects on both organizations and individuals. We are hearing more and more about bullying – so much so, that several states have legislation outlawing bullying – even categorizing it as a legal issue.
New Micro-Learning! An inclusive workplace is one that discourages gossip and malicious rumors. The fact that the conversation took place in the workplace means that those impacted by it have a right and a responsibility to respond.
New Micro-Learning! Listening to your employees is absolutely critical in creating a highly motivated, committed, and fully-engaged work environment. In this course, we'll take a look at an example of this type of situation and spend some time talking about what we, as managers and leaders, should do to ensure that we are always approachable.
New Micro-Learning! An integrity moment is any time an opportunity presents itself for you to make a choice that displays integrity or shows an example of integrity for others. This course outlines a process to guide your responses in order to build a culture of both honesty and trust in your organization.
If you’re being pressured by a friend, coworker or even a manager... to lie… going along with them may seem like the easiest thing to do at first. It’s not! If you find yourself in such a dilemma, this course introduces a simple strategy to help.
New Micro-Learning! Different work styles are major source of conflict and frustration between the generations. Each generation has different viewpoints toward the workplace. Working on a team that is comprised of different generations really creates challenge when the group has to tackle a common problem or project.