Managing respect in the workplace is a complex ongoing challenge. Once ground rules are established for working respectfully, many employees find additional skills required to be successful.
This catalog contains essential fundamental tools that allow the employee to work together to enhance levels and likelihood of success.
Respect Matters (RM) course titles include:
Managers need additional skills to manage the changing workplace effectively. The changes in the composition of the workforce include multiple generations, many different ethnic and global distinctions, women in roles traditionally held by men, and more.
Among the many changing skills include an ability to demonstrate effectiveness when focusing on increasing innovation and creativity in the workplace.
Employees deserve to come to work in an environment where derailing behaviors are reduced and eliminated. Unfortunately, the behaviors defined as workplace bullying have a significant impact on workplaces.
This learning plan provides organizations with tools to help them better identify these behaviors by defining what they are and the difference between tough bosses and workplace bullies.
Today's workplaces have employees from multiple generations working together, and understanding these generational differences, how that impacts work effort, and willingness to go above and beyond requirements is critical.
Each group of employees has expectations relative to their commitment to work. Therefore, how people are treated makes a difference when working with and managing employees.
Many things influence each generation. However, some moments set each generation apart from others in the news, culture, and history. Understanding how those differences shape or contribute to our values is essential to help improve workplace interactions.
Diversity Ambassadors will need to have a baseline understanding of what workplace equity means, the terms associated with creating equitable workplace places, the barriers to workplace equity, and the financial links connected to workplace equity.
Once they have achieved this baseline of knowledge, the next step is to complete the Diversity Ambassadors Certificate Course. This course provides information on establishing a council, corporate culture assessment, creating a strategic plan, communicating that plan, preventing backlash, understanding and leveraging resource groups, and more.
These are the courses recommended for those in an HR role within an organization. The workplace is changing; job candidates are becoming more diverse. As a result, recruiting and retaining from the varied and evolving talent pools requires different skills than in the past.
These courses will provide HR professionals with new and creative ways to complete tasks in this ever-changing environment. The policies established and managed by HR can have a different impact than might have been assumed in earlier times. The courses offered here are foundational for the HR staff. The systems under development include:
* Currently under development