Respect in the Workplace Online Training

Respect in the Workplace Online Training

£16.20 (£13.50 ex VAT)

Respect in the Workplace: – Summary

This Respect in the Workplace course describes what respect is and common respectful and disrespectful behaviours. It also outlines how you can avoid misunderstandings, be respectful in the virtual workplace and promote respect throughout your organisation.

  • Certification:- Respect in the Workplace Training Certificate available immediately on successful completion of the course
  • Cost:- £13.50 + VAT
  • Duration:- Approximately 35 minutes
  • Format: Available online via desktop or tablet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (immediately after purchase)

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Respect in the Workplace Online Training

Respect in the Workplace: – Course Overview

Respect means recognising and appreciating each other’s differences. Whether our differences are in culture, age, skills, experiences, personality or working styles, respecting each other ensures everyone feels heard, valued, and included.

Mutual respect at work has a powerful impact on individuals, teams, organisations, and society as a whole – this course will help to improve workplace respect by covering:

  • What respect is and the different ways you can show respect at work, both in person and remotely.
  • How to avoid misunderstandings and maintain respect despite different interpretations of peoples’ behaviours.
  • How to show and promote respect at work on both a small and large scale.
  • How to respectfully deal with conflict and address unconscious biases.
  • How to react if you make a mistake.
  • What to do if you or someone else is being disrespected.

Respect in the Workplace: – Suitable for

Respectful and inclusive working environments requires commitment from everyone to treat each other with care, kindness, and consideration. Therefore, this course is suitable for all workers in all environments. Employers and managers may find it particularly useful in terms of promoting respect throughout the organisation as well as on an individual level.

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