- Do your leaders model respect and civility?
- Do they understand how incivility, harassment and bullying affect business outcomes?
- Do your leaders know how to proactively handle situations, before they gets out of hand?
- Can they accurately assess when a behaviour has ‘crossed the line’?
- Do your leaders possess the skills to analyze, assess and respond to both subtle and blatant respect-related situations?
- Do they know how to avoid the five most common mistakes in the ‘respect’ arena?
- Does your front-line staff know how to prevent and respond to incivility and ‘grey’ harassment issues?
If you answered ‘no’ to any of the above questions, we can help. We’ll assist you in managing hidden risks by creating a workplace environment that is free of incivility, harassment and bullying.
In the meantime, here are free resources for you to explore:
The business case for a respectful workplace - A collection of data and figures that help you quantify why it makes good business sense to maintain a respectful workplace.
Our Blog – Check out our blog entries focused on respectful workplace issues.
Learning Hub – Learn for free together with your team. Initiate thoughtful discussion in your team about respectful workplace issues using our Learning Hub tools.
Articles – These published articles explore various aspects related to incivility, workplace harassment and workplace bullying.
Three Common Myths – There are three most common myths pertaining to abrasive managers.
The Boss Whispering Institute – Research and information about ways to solve the problem of abrasive leaders (sometimes referred to as ‘bully bosses’) using the Boss Whispering method from which our REAL™ Program for Abrasive Leaders draws inspiration.
HR Reporter survey on Canadian workplace incivility – Discover groundbreaking data about workplace incivility collected through a survey we recently designed for the HR Reporter magazine.