Many times organizations feel helpless to stop negative, though legal, behavior because they get caught up in the legalities of harassment. In this video, discover how to set and hold people accountable for behavioral standards, you don't need laws to create behavioral guidelines.
- What happens when an employee … reports harassment to you? … You go straight to your corporate policy, … conduct an investigation, … and resolve the issue based on the findings, right? … What happens when an employee reports … bullying, or even impoliteness to you? … In my experience turning around toxic environments, … the answer is often, not much. … These behaviors aren't illegal, after all, … and they may not be violating any corporate policies. … I get it, but resolving them is still a must. … So how do you hold people … accountable to certain behaviors … without laws or a policy to lean on? … An easy first step is to work with your team … to understand what behaviors … they're willing to be accountable to. … Here's an easy exercise. … First, get your team together … and break them up into groups of three or four. … Ask them, how would you like to be treated … by your peers and managers? … Give the groups about 10 minutes to create a list, … and ask them to shout out their answers …
- Creating an upstander culture
- Setting behavioral standards
- Understanding your role as an upstander
- Overcoming fear and uncertainty
- Leveraging tools and scripts for standing up