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Policies on dress codes and employee appearance have generally been left to discretion of employers and management. There are advantages for organizations to have a dress code so a certain image is projected. Organizational culture may play a role in developing a dress code that is appealing to employees, customers and clients.
More and more though, the workplace has become more diverse and as a result other factors must be taken into consideration such as an employee's gender, race, ethnicity, religion and disability. In addition, safety in the workplace must be considered in setting dress code policies. Other issues such as tattoos, body piercings and hair styles must be addressed when dealing with the contemporary employee.
In this webinar, participants will learn how to harness the power of conflict as leaders in their organizations. Participants will examine their own conflict styles and those they lead. In addition, the various types of conflict that exist will be looked at and strategies leaders can use to deal with conflict that can be disruptive to their organizations. Special attention will be given to conflict on teams, between departments and other outside organizations a leader may have to deal with.
During the webinar, an overview of group dynamics will be presented and how this affects the likelihood of conflict on work teams. While conflict can be destructive, it also has benefits. It is these benefits that leaders must tap into in order to create high performing teams. Finally, participants will learn leadership strategies in dealing with conflict in their organizations. Various techniques will be presented to help leaders negotiate, resolve and manage conflict.
Just about every workplace has at least one difficult employee. In this webinar, we will identify the various types of difficult employees and various strategies that can be used to deal with them. Difficult employees can have an adverse impact on the productivity and morale of the workplace. At times it is necessary to have critical conversations with these employees. These conversations occur when a lot is at stake and emotions run high.
The behavior of these employees needs to be confronted. More than likely some of those that we must handle may be workplace bullies. During the webinar, we will learn the psychological makeup of these difficult individuals and how to have conversations with these employees while confronting their unproductive behavior.
Employee conflict costs organizations money, morale, and productivity. A rise in absenteeism and turnover is a likely sign that an organization is suffering from unresolved conflict. In this webinar, you will learn how to handle conflicts caused by the tasks of the job and relationships with coworkers. You will learn how to evaluate the seriousness of the conflict and how to appropriately intervene. In addition, the role of emotional intelligence, confronting employees in conflict and dealing with common issues of conflict at all levels of the organization will be considered.
Clashing co-workers can reduce morale and productivity of an organization or team. In addition, employee conflict often results in a turnover and a waste of a manager's time. While conflict is not necessarily bad, it still must be handled in a way that contributes to organizational performance.
Good communication skills are a core competency of a leader or manager in the workplace. This is especially true in the workplace where collaboration and cooperation are necessary to be successful. Having difficult workplace conversations do not have to be something we shy away from. Instead, it can become second nature as we learn how to listen, hold accountability conversations and deal with challenging behaviour of those we work with. Having the ability to communicate effectively when dealing with difficult issues is what is needed in the modern workplace and will set us apart from others as highly competent leaders and managers.