The word “respect” means different things to different people. In general, to show respect to others means to treat them as you yourself would want to be treated. In today’s high pressure workplace, it’s easy to forget that how we treat one another matters. After first depicting behaviors — on the part of individuals at all levels of the organization — that cause people to feel overlooked or undervalued, the videos in this series reveal simple things that can be done to create a respectful and inclusive work environment.
In addition to training on the prevention of illegal harassment and discrimination, it’s important that organizations do all they can to thwart disruptive or disrespectful behaviors that aren’t necessarily illegal…but are still very destructive. When employees are made to feel picked on, left out, or “invisible” (by their co-workers or their boss), they will not perform to their optimal level and the organization as a whole will suffer.
The four videos below can be purchased separately. This special complete set pricing makes it a "can't miss" affordable diversity training solution.
Suitable for employees at all levels of the organization, this video’s skills points deal with avoiding different types of discriminatory and disrespectful behavior while acting in ways that build people up (not tear them down).
Suitable for employees at all levels of the organization, this video goes beyond “basic” communication skills and includes lessons on how to make sure you understand what someone has said, care about the way you come across, and show people you value their input.
Helps supervisors understand their role in ensuring that employees are treated with respect particularly when it comes to the way they treat employees and the behaviors they are modeling to their team. Supervisors are also given tips on building an inclusive work environment where all employees feel they belong.
Shows supervisors that you convey respect to employees when you take the time to communicate with them, and when you demonstrate that you know (at least a little) about who they are as people and what it takes to do their job.
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