Dignity at Work Training
Duration: One Day. Content last updated: April 2018
Suitable for: Managers and team members
Group Size: 12 Delegates. Can also be delivered as one to one coaching
McKenzie provide a one day Dignity at Work training event designed to explore all aspects of workplace bullying and harassment. In 2018, this area continues to be an issue in many UK organisations. For the latest information on this, please see our resources page.
We provide a range of interactive development options which typically detail:
Definitions of Bullying, Harassment and Dignity at Work
How and why expectations of everyone in this area are changing
The impact of social media in respect of Dignity at Work
How and why some language and behaviour previously considered acceptable, is now generally considered to be unacceptable
The clear difference between ‘strong management’, legitimate performance management and bullying and harassment
Recognising the signs of inappropriate behaviour and conduct in teams
Interactive case examples
Tools for success – including skills for holding difficult conversations and challenging behaviour
Tips and techniques for promoting Dignity at Work – both at a team and individual level
We always work with our partner organisations to develop bespoke and interactive development options. The materials shown below and the information contained within the Resources section of this page are provided as illustrative examples only.
McKenzie model of leaderships styles and passive aggressive bullying
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Recent McKenzie Customers:
Recent customers choosing this event or one to one coaching include:
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, The Security Industry Authority, Care Quality Commission, Level 3 Communications, London and South Bank University, The Civil Service Sports (CSC), The NHS, The US Embassy (London) The Company of Biologists, The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, The Royal Pharmaceutical of Great Britain, and more.