Thriving at Work: Contributing to a Culture of Respect

Webinar: Thriving at Work

We all want to be respected in all aspects of our lives: at home, in our relationships and at work. Respectful relationships are fundamental to achieving a healthy and positive workplace environment and critical to achieving our professional goals. Employees who feel respected demonstrate higher levels of engagement and satisfaction, stronger collaboration and increased productivity. Healthy and respectful workplaces don’t just happen; they are built and we each play a role. In this webinar, you will:

  • Explore why respect in the workplace is critical to success;
  • Consider the benefits of an inclusive and diverse workforce;
  • Learn how to better understand colleagues and what both respect and disrespect means to them; and
  • Discover how to identify your role in supporting a healthy and respectful workplace culture.

Additional Resources

The following resources accompany the various topics and areas explored in the Thriving at Work webinar:

Organizations:

Respect in the Workplace – Respect Group Inc.

Books:

Respect in the Workplace: You Have to Give it to Get it

The Top Ten Laws of Respect in the Workplace

Links to Resources:

Workplace Resources – Alberta Health Services

Healthy Workplaces – Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

Workplace – Mental Health Commission of Canada

Peer Review podcast, Episode 125: Workplace WellnessHear more about how to integrate wellness into the workplace from our webinar speakers, Kelly Gallant and alumnus Abe Brown, MBA’16, along with alumna Dr. Sandy Hershcovis, BComm’01.

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