This is a one-day session being offered
twice in Anchorage:
February 2 and Tuesday, February 3. (choose
Class hours are 8:30 to 4:30.
workplace is a reflection of our general society
and within our society is a wide range of behaviors.
For the most part, people tend to be respectful others.
But there are times when behavior “crosses
the line.” It can move to not only being disrespectful
but to being illegal when it involves violating a
person’s civil rights. This session will provide information
on the Federal definition of a hostile working environment
when it violates EEO laws. It
will provide guidance on how to deal with direct
reports who may be engaging in behavior creating
a hostile working environment or in bullying behaviors.
behaviors that may lead to a hostile working environment
forms of bullying
conflicts by promoting a respectful workplace
communication and cooperation in the workforce
Topics to be covered
of addressing hostile working environments
of disrespect and bullying in the workplace
statistics on bullying and incivility at work
responsibility is it?
one bad apple spoil the bunch?
of disrespect and bullying in the workpace organizationally
your attitude affects others
behaviors appearing negative to others even
if you don’t realize it
your communication style and how it impacts
how negative behavior can be reinforced
in a team environment
to keep you in control of your own
specific definitions of what is or
is not disrespectful behavior in the workplace
speed of the leader is the speed
of the gang
you praise you perpetuate; what
you tolerate, you promote
to deal with disruptive or
steps to reinforcing respect in
group workshops, case studies, powerpoint presentation,
use of videos, and turn chart. Nonconfrontational
methods are utilized to maximize participation and
Audience: First line supervisors, mid‑level
managers, team leaders, project directors, EO practitioners,
employee relations specialists.
procedures: You may register for this class
in one of 3 ways:
our office at 303-989-3796 and provide credit
card information - no forms necessary.
the registration form available on our website
at www.rushfordtraining.com and
email to firstname.lastname@example.org or
fax to 303-985-4996
an agency SF-182, DD-1556 or other agency training
form and email to email@example.com or fax to 303-985-4996
If emailing, do not include credit card information.
Please call the office to provide the number. Confirmation
emails will be sent to the participant. Credit cards
are usually charged following the class unless requested
to be charged earlier. Invoicing will be done in
accordance to payment type indicated on the agency
Tuition: $295 per person
Nominations cancelled 30 days prior to class date, no
Cancellations from 30 to 15 days prior to class, 50% fee charged.
Cancellations 14 days or less, full fee charged.
Registration deadline: Two weeks prior to the start of class
Substitutions accepted until the first day of class
Space is limited. Please register early