Saturday, April 29, 2017

Respect in the Workplace PowerPoint Training with Supervisor's Role Module

Mastering the Respectful Workplace: 10 Tips to Boost Productivity and Morale
This course from gives you 10 tips to improve morale, attitude and performance at work by mastering the art of respectful behavior.

As much as employees try to show respect for others through their actions, some subtle (or not so subtle) misguided behaviors can sabotage any employee's reputation and your effectiveness.

In this program, employees learn to distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate behavior and gain awareness so they make all the right moves.

High-achieving professionals seek continual improvement in their work product and their ability to collaborate with others, and the 10 tips in this course will reinforce success in both areas.

When employees treat everyone with respect, their positive behavior influences others throughout the organization and positive work culture begins to form.

Conversely, disrespectful behavior can prove especially disruptive. Through what’s called the "bystander effect,” co-workers who witness another coworker's adverse actions may feel hurt, anger and lower morale.

Speaking of morale, there’s a connection between the impact of disrespectful behavior on an employer (in terms of productivity and financial under-performance) and the collective spirit of the workforce.

Engaging in harassment or ridicule--or simply violating others’ space--can trigger a downhill spiral that not only undermines one's credibility but harms everyone's work experience.

So this Respect in the Workplace PowerPoint course includes true-false questions to help employees apply what they learn.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Train and Educate Employees about Depression Using Multiple Touch Points: Video, DVD, Web Course and Handouts

Training and educating of employees that helps them consider their mental health needs may seem like something that has nothing to do with the employer's primary business purpose. Many managers and leadership staff are still vehemently against wandering into these areas of employee wellness, even though employee assistance programs have been around over 40 years. But they adopt this attitude at their own peril.

At a television set manufacturing facility, would a furnace with a leaking gas line, or a truck with worn out brake pads on in the parking, both which can lead to
Understanding and Treating Depression PowerPoint, Training, DVD, Video
a catastrophe, be the employer's business if the mission of the organization is primarily selling televisions? Of course it is their business. The furnace and the truck are resources possessed by the organization, and maintaining them requires attention to problems they experience so even bigger problems aren't experienced that literally in this case blow up the bottom line.Employees are an organization's most valuable resource, so let's talk about mental health and the problems employees can experience, and educate them to self-diagnose and motivate them further to seek help via the EAP. Depression . . .[read more ]