In the third of our series of free webinars on social distancing in our workplaces, we have a look at some of the challenges organisations will face as they start to bring people back into their workplaces.
For example, how do we ensure social distancing is observed and communal areas are used in a safe way?
And what happens if we feel someone is breaching those protocols? We already know the strength of feeling people have when someone gets too close in a social setting – a jogger running to close or someone not moving out of the way in a supermarket.
How do we address these situations in a work setting in an appropriate way – both as a manager and a bystander?
And should a breach ever be a disciplinary matter?
Cheryl Burgoyne looks at these thorny questions which all organisations will need to address and offers some practical guidance to take away. Register here to join the webinar.
To hear the two previous webinars in the series:
Getting the conversations going with your people
How to create the right environment to voice concerns, where we were joined by Liz Gardiner C.E.O of Protect the whistleblowing charity, please look at our resource page.
And for more information on how we can help you open up discussions with your teams around behaviour in the workplace, email, contact us or call 01903 732 782.
The way we behave towards each other in the workplace has a direct impact on individual wellbeing, team performance and organisational results. This belief has underpinned our work at Focal Point for over 20 years and has never been more relevant. We are privileged to work with a huge variety of organisations wanting to get workplace behaviour and culture right - and to tackle the inappropriate behaviour that may get in the way of this. Supported by our fantastic team of facilitators and coaches, we are able to make a real difference to peoples’ lives as well as organisational performance. Having worked in both large businesses at management level and in 2 start ups at director level, I am able to combine hands on experience of growing and managing teams - and the associated challenges in creating the right culture - with over 20 years in learning and development. I hold the Certificate in Training Practice and am a member of CIPD. When I am not supporting clients or developing the Focal Point business, you will find me in a calming yoga class...