We offer a wide range of Human Resources workshops. These include, but are not limited to:
Preventing Sexual Harassment for Employees and Leaders
Preventing sexual harassment is everyone’s responsibility, but employees may not know exactly what to do unless things are spelled out fairly clearly. This course addresses the issues related to sexual harassment: how the law applies to employees, things to avoid in the work environment, and specific employee responsibilities. There are tips to help employees examine their own attitudes and behaviors, and warnings about things they might be doing unintentionally that give the wrong impression. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the issue
- Know what the law says
- Know his company's policies
- Assess the work environment
- Recognize and exercise responsibility
- Examine personal attitudes and their potential impact on behavior
- Take all complaints seriously
- Maintain awareness and develop skills
- Keep current in education and information
- Continue to improve
Communicating Across Contexts and Cultures
This workshop builds awareness and skills of the most common communication styles used by a wide range of cultural contexts. Identifying your own dominant style and skills to assist you in adapting to others, identifying potential communication barriers and developing empathy for various external stressors that may also impact communication are the primary goals and objectives of this session.
HEAR – A Model for Better Listening
This module explores the HEAR model; a method for better listening. Participants will learn how to focus on the speaker, empathize with what is being said, analyze the message, and respond. Participants will engage in several rounds of practice listening where they will pinpoint their biggest challenges for additional focus.
Difficult Personalities and Difficult Situations – Dealing with Conflict
This workshop focuses on developing a deeper understanding of various forms of intercultural conflict styles. Moving from awareness to action, participants will increase their capacity to manage and transform conflict and challenging personalities. For those who present and facilitate training – this workshop will be of particular use as it helps learn how to manage those audience members who, "don't want to be there." This workshop explores handling difficult people and challenging situations.
Be SMART – Goal Setting for Peak Performance
Delegating and setting realistic and manageable goals is a critical skill for managers and supervisors to possess. This workshop explores the components of SMART and STRETCH goals, and allows participants to practice delegating and communicating goals and expectations to the people they supervise. Special emphasis is placed on understanding the role and importance of both types of goals, developing a plan of action for reaching each.
"So, How Am I Doing?" – Delivering Performance Feedback
Performance feedback should not only happen during an annual review. It should be part of the normal working relationship between managers and those they supervise. This workshop explores the steps of giving both positive and negative feedback. Using case studies and real-life examples, participants will have the opportunity to practice giving feedback to colleagues, supervisors and their leaders.
Multicultural Organizational Development – THE BASICS
The ability to Attract, Recruit, Support and Retain a diverse workforce or learning community is critical to any organizations’ success in. What are essential elements that indicate organizational readiness? How do you build a plan? What initial steps should be taken? This workshop provides practical tools to tackle these often-difficult questions.
...and many, many more!
For more information on these or any of our other HR workshops, please submit a Consultation Request. We look forward to working with you soon!