As more Baby Boomers retire, the talent pool becomes smaller and organizations must compete for top talent. The generations remaining in the workplace show a consistent intolerance for dysfunctional workplaces, demand respect and feel most engaged in a family-type environment.
By building a stronger organizational team that does not tolerate mistreatment to and among its members, one that supports each other and is on the same page not only in the operations of the organization but also in how people treat each other, the organization is more likely and better equipped to engage its employees and reach its goals.
Identify what can be done to prepare, protect and engage employees in building a strong, desirable culture. What will your companies role be in dealing with workplace bullies and what impact does the bully have on the bottom line?
The objective of this workshop is to:
Provide proactive techniques to determine if bullying is happening and if a hostile work environment exists.
Identify practical tools and communication mechanisms for employees who are being bullied, including implementation of a zero tolerance plan for bullying.
Discuss steps to strategically infuse a culture desired by top talent, positioning the organization to beat its competitors in the upcoming war for talent.
Author, Educator, Psychotherapist and mother of five children Gay Lynn Grigas, BS Ed, MA Psy, helps build your company success by keeping and attracting the best people.