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This case study looks at drinking and socializing after work hours. Two scenarios are presented for discussion.
This case study addresses the issue of dealing with co-workers who are having intimate relations (dating).
Burn Out (Manager)
Know someone who just seems to be simply going through the motions to get the job done? Concerned because this employee has always been a strong performer with a great positive attitude? Then this case study is for you!
Case Study & Branching Exercise: Goal Setting (Manager)
You are a new manager in the organization. A few weeks ago, you asked your employees to begin thinking about individual and department goals for the next year. When you reviewed their submitted goals, you were disappointed by the general lack of enthusiasm and creativity of the group. What do you do? Kick start a great discussion with this case study and branching exercise.
Case Study & Branching Exercise: Highly Critical (Manager)
You are a manager of a large division. One of your best performing employees has a reputation for being highly critical of her co-workers. She criticizes the competency of other team members, how many hours they work compared to her, and how much time they spend socializing on the job. What do you do? Kick start a great discussion with this case study and branching exercise.
Case Study & Branching Exercise: Overwhelmed! (Manager)
You are the manager of a large department. Recently, you have become concerned one of your high-performing employees may be overwhelmed by his growing workload. What do you do? Kick start a great discussion with this case study and branching exercise.
Case Study – I Need Help! I’m Afraid of My Spouse (Manager)
This exercise leads to a discussion about violence in the workplace.” The Q&A-based format helps participants look at the intruder response topic addressing the highest risk demographic of estranged spouses committing violent acts in the workplace (32% of workplace violence incidents are homicides against women).
Case Study – It’s Not MY FAULT! (Manager)
You're a manager. Over a year ago, an employee was hired to assist you. Since that time, you have noticed that this employee’s work is consistently below expected standards. Every time you try to counsel this employee on improving results, the employee overreacts and blames someone else for their sub-standard performance....
Case Study – Why Diversity, Why Now? (Employees)
This case study is designed to help participants discover that diversity encompasses more than what they may realize on both a personal and professional level. Read through this case study and answer the questions at the end.
Case Study – Why Diversity, Why Now? (Managers)
This case study is designed to help managers discover that diversity encompasses more than what they may realize on both a personal and professional level.
Case Study: AWOL Paul (a manager)
When privacy and productivity clash.
Case Study: Inside Job (employee)
Using company information for personal gain
Case Study: Short Fuse (employee)
Aggressive and threatening comments on the job
Case Study: Suspicion (employee)
Withholding important information
Case Study: The Rivals (manager)
Handling conflict between two employees
Case Study: Using Crude Language in the Workplace
Stereotyping / Why words matter in the workplace.
How postings in an office can be considered offensive.
When coworkers begin dating one another
Bullying through social media is discussed in this case study.
Dealing with team conflict