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How to Ensure Dignity & Respect through Effective Communication

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How to Ensure Dignity & Respect through Effective Communication

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We all know that effective communication is one of the fundamental requirements of running a successful business. But in the current climate, it’s not as simple as it once was. Employees are working remotely, new mediums are being relied upon, and from time-to-time miscommunication can lead to trouble. Even in the last decade alone, the development of instant communications has magnified the need to say the right thing at the right time.

Now, we know your time is precious. That’s why HR Consultant at Graphite HRM Rob Nolan will cover two areas of communication that work hand-in-hand in a single comprehensive workshop: effective communication to try and prevent an issue arising, and Dignity and Respect at work where an issue has been identified and needs to be properly managed.

Effective Communication

The communication aspect of this workshop will cover steps on how to ensure effective communication with staff and also what to avoid. Rob will talk about choosing the right medium to send out your message, looking at the advantages and disadvantages of the communication methods available to businesses nowadays. The session will also factor in remote working considerations in what is likely to become the ‘new normal’ for many.

Rob will discuss conflict resolution techniques to consider so you can smooth out any tensions between staff internally. This will allow attendees to develop their own skills in this area. It will also enable attendees to coach and mentor others within their business on conflict resolution, by passing on some of these tools to colleagues.

Dignity and Respect

As part of this workshop, Rob will also discuss the basics of Dignity and Respect at work. The primary aim of the session (in combination with Effective Communication) will be prevention. This is done through building a culture that supports staff by setting the standards the business requires of its workforce.

Rob will cover its meaning in practical terms, provide a clear review of the new Code of Practice on Bullying, and also discuss the Code in respect of Harassment and Sexual Harassment. The session will cover the differences in both, thereby making sure that your business has the most up to date information to protect staff and the business itself. The session will also inform attendees on how to roll out training and policies to staff, or to put it another way, how to get your message out there.

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This workshop takes place on November 10th between 10AM-12PM. Sign up now so you don’t miss out on double the great advice.

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