The Respectful Supervisor Series
Supervisors who fail to treat employees with respect need training to help them improve. These programs show daily things supervisors can do to ensure employees feel valued.
- DVD or USB
- Leader’s Guide
- Participant Materials
$1,995.00 – $2,200.00
Would you like your employees to perform better, be more committed to the organization, and find their jobs more enjoyable? Studies show that supervisors have the biggest impact on employee performance and job satisfaction. But not every supervisor understands how to motivate and engage employees. They need support and training to help their employees feel respected and valued. These videos provide outstanding tips and examples to aid supervisors in becoming more effective in fostering a healthy work environment.
Statistics from a multitude of sources show that many supervisors fall short in treating their employees respectfully. Only 21% of employees feel strongly valued at work. Whether supervisors see civility as a sign of weakness in a leader, are mimicking behaviour they’ve seen modeled by leaders they’ve worked for in the past, or simply feel they are “too busy” to be nice; supervisors who fail to treat employees with respect need support – including effective training – to help them improve.
The alternative is simply too expensive, because when supervisor incivility is left unchecked employee performance and well-being suffer, organizational results decline, supervisors and managers fail
The Respectful Supervisor Set presents two videos that teach day-to-day steps supervisors can take to help ensure their employees feel respected and valued.
The Respectful Supervisor: Integrity and Inclusion (13 minutes) depicts these specific skills:
- Understand your role in preventing harassment and discrimination
- Be aware of unconscious bias and micro-inequities
- Don’t be a bully
- Act ethically
- Be inclusive
The Respectful Supervisor: Motivating and Retaining Employees (11 minutes) teaches:
- Have regular one-on-one meetings with employees where you: Communicate expectations,
- Solve problems, Give feedback – both positive and negative
- Provide tools and training
- Show concern
- Be the Boss (in a productive, professional manner)
- Stay “in the know” about employees’ duties