We Need to M.E.E.T.
Run time: 31 Minutes
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We Need to M.E.E.T.: Managing for Respect in the Workplace
teaches managers how to recognize, respond to and resolve day-to-day workplace situations that can arise out of cultural differences. This program will help managers know how to promote a respectful and inclusive working environment while maintaining the organization’s laws, policies and values.
The best way to improve productivity and maintain respect in the organization is to teach your managers and supervisors to say “we need to meet.” This will not only help them fulfill their obligations to the organization, but will also bring them closer to finding that common ground of respect.
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After completing the Workshop, participants will be able to:
- How discussions of outside events at work can disrupt working relationships
- How playing off stereotypes, even when it is “just a joke,” can contribute to a disrespectful working environment
- How misconceptions of efforts to be inclusive can lead to perceptions of discrimination and exclusion
- How reactions to differences in sexual orientation can strain working relationships
- Identify their managerial responsibilities for maintaining a respectful and inclusive workplace
- Distinguish among illegal, impermissible and inappropriate conduct in the workplace
- Use the four steps in the M.E.E.T. model to address day-to-day workplace situations
- Understand the potential challenges to enforcing zero tolerance correctly
- Understand the benefits of using and enforcing the M.E.E.T. model in potential situations
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