EVENTS

Civility and Respect in the Workplace

Date: Thursday, February 11, 2021

Time: 12 – 1 pm EST  – Free

This webinar will explore how creating a respectful workplace culture can drive high levels of employee engagement, leading to increased productivity, creativity and innovation, as well as reduce attrition and retain top talent. Leaders set the tone and tenor of an organization’s culture, and these are often codified in an organization’s Values Statement. Does your organization value civility and respect? How do you know; how is it measured? How does it handle issues of harassment or micro-aggressions? How does the Values Statement translate into expected behaviors? With multi-cultural and multi-generational workforces, the opportunity to “cross the line” presents itself often. This webinar will explore understanding personal filters and their impact upon interactions, tips for facilitating difficult conversations and the idea of using the workplace as a safe refuge for employees. Insights from the private and public sectors will be shared.

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Registration is limited and early registration is encouraged. If the registration limit has been reached and you would like a copy of the recording, please email Joseph Moschetto

Speakers

Join our Dr. Annette Cremo, our Chief Learning Officer, as she facilitates a panel discussion with Col. Tony Stamilio, Major Ben Brooks, and Mr. Jay Aronowitz, former Army OCHCO to learn some strategies to increase civility and respect in your workplace.

ANNETTE CREMO, PH.D.
Chief Learning Officer

ANTHONY (TONY) STAMILIO, COLONEL (RETIRED) US ARMY, ACC
Human Capital SME, Coach and Consultant

MAJOR BENJAMIN F. BROOKS
Management Consultant

JAY ARONOWITZ, MPA
Senior Human Capital Consultant

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