Suitable for: All What does this mean?
You don’t want to miss this opportunity to build a stronger, happier, and more harmonious team!
“Respect at work” refers to promoting a workplace culture where all employees, (and residents), are treated with dignity, fairness, and consideration, fostering collaboration, productivity, and a positive work environment.
Learn what respect means to different people and what happens if it’s lacking. Understand the psychology of why humans need respect and what behaviours are required to build respect in your team.
Elevate your workplace culture and create an environment where everyone feels valued, heard, and appreciated. Our expert facilitator will lead you on a transformative journey, fostering a deep understanding of the power of respect in driving success.
The aim of the training is to support you to:
- Spotlight behaviours that contribute to gaining or draining respect.
- Tackle behaviours that jepordise a respectful workplace.
- Use ‘respect’ as a tool for working well together.
- Understanding respect:
- What is it?
- Why do we need it?
- Where is it from and how is it lost?
- Respect in our relationships with others:
- ‘respect model’ Applying the model to work Tackling disrespect Building respect
Who should attend?
- Everyone in your organisation
In December 1991, I was an ACIB certified banker with nothing in the way of me and a successful career. The month is significant as it marked the start of a journey from normal hearing to profound deafness. Life would never be the same again.
The hearing aids were my first issue – ugly, uncomfortable and noticeable. Once my hearing deteriorated to a moderate loss, I began to miss out on conversation, responding incorrectly to other people and 2nd guessing what had been said. Enjoyment from music and socialising started to ebb away. Severe deafness brought a whole new set of problems, particularly at work, resulting in a significantly downgraded job role. My self confidence was dive bombing as quickly as my hearing. The final straw came once I was unable to hear even my own voice. Profound deafness had cut me off from others and I’d lost myself too.
With deafness now a permanent feature of my life, I had 2 options: give up or carry on. I started learning British Sign Language and then decided to learn to lip read too. With encouragement from Matt, my husband, I trained as a volunteer deaf awareness tutor with the UK charity ‘Hearing Concern’. This experience formed the precursor to the work we do today. The biggest breakthrough came in 2002 when I received a Cochlear Implant (CI) on my left side. For the first time in 11 years, I had stability. It was time to start living.
I felt energised and wanted to use my experiences positively. It was clear that employers and service providers needed more skills, knowledge and confidence to include deaf people (and other marginalised people too). Since 2002 I’ve been prolific in researching, developing and delivering training and whether the driver for the training is law or business, it’s important to me that people are at the heart of it.
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