Respect for People

Workplaces with a culture of respect have a major impact on recruitment and retention

In this 1-day seminar, Learn the critical components of creating respect in the workplace for staff and thereby reinforcing a culture of safety.

Respect is an essential component in empowering teams to take an active role in improvement. For healthcare organisations that face workforce shortages, it is paramount to keep patients safe. Respect is an essential component in empowering teams to take an active role in improvement. Creating a culture where people are actively showing respect for each other, the patients, and communities they serve is one of the most crucial areas an organisation should be focused on.

This workshop will give you an understanding of:

  • how to recognize respectful and disrespectful behavior, including passive disrespect.
  • how to improve your culture of safety and create an environment where all staff are empowered to speak up for safety and quality.
  • the top ten ways for all staff to show respect used at Virginia Mason including leadership behaviours.
  • And after this workshop, you will be able to engage in conversation and activities with your teams to focus on improving the behaviors that create a respectful workplace.

Who Should Attend:

Health care leaders including executives, clinical and administrative leaders who are working to change their organisation’s culture. Members of organizational development and quality whose focus is to improve staff behavior and create an environment of respect. Groups of staff struggling with fear and trust issues would benefit from group discussion focused on improving behaviors and creating a cohesive team.

Credits:

Virginia Mason Institute certificate of completion

Prerequisites – None

Interested in holding this course at your location?