The pace and complexity of work today can breed disrespectful workplace behavior and communication. Learn how to become more attuned to recognizing and addressing everyday instances of incivility in your organization, before it begins spiraling.
Each of us wants and deserves to experience a workplace where we are treated with dignity and respect. Research shows that workplace incivility — and the stress it causes — contributes to significant declines in employee productivity, commitment, work quality and customer focus.
By learning how to notice and address the small shifts in individual and group behaviors happening across your organization, you can cultivate a workplace culture where civility, respect and dignity remain the norm. At this quarter’s KU Workplace Culture Summit, you’ll learn how to:
Recognize and address workplace incivility
Wednesday,March 4, 2020
7:45 a.m. - check-in, light breakfast will be served
8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. - presentation
BEST Building Room 135
KU Edwards Campus
All levels of employees are welcome. The session will be especially helpful for private and public sector organizations with a culture that places high value on job titles, organizational tenure or other credentials, as well as professionals managing units where front-line employees work under particularly stressful conditions (customer service, health care, administrative support functions, consulting/client services, social work, corrections/policing, etc.).
Angie Pastorek, Ph.D., Professional Workplace Communication Graduate Certificate Program Director, KU Edwards Campus
Accessible parking is available in the Regents Center parking lot. Additional parking is available on the east side of the BEST building.
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