The Workplace Training Company’s Interactive Webcast Will Explore Fostering Civility to Improve Business Results
ELI, Inc., a training and consulting company that helps organizations build more inclusive, productive, and compliant workplaces, announced it will be co-hosting a webinar with Brandon Hall Group on October 23, 2019 at 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT titled, “Fostering Civility to Improve Business Results.”
In this webinar, David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst with Brandon Hall Group and Steve Paskoff, CEO and Founder of ELI explores how learning can help employees focus on their commonalities of values and mission, while improving organizational results and reducing enterprise risk.
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“Behavior is as important as any aspect of the core responsibilities within an organization,” said Steve Paskoff, CEO and founder of ELI, Inc. “Not only must senior leaders prioritize civility training, but also operationalize it – particularly as an ongoing, business initiative in order to see effective change and impact the workplace.”
Civility, diversity, inclusion and ethics should not be seen as simply organizational niceties. Addressing these properly as necessities can help drive organizational results and minimize risk. A key element to success in these areas is a learning strategy that promotes, teaches and sustains these principles in the context of the organizational mission, values, and commitment to excellence.
According to Paskoff, building this link and supporting it with leadership actions and their own demonstrated commitment is critical to ensure that others apply key values and actions to their own daily work.
“Organizations are all facing their own realities when it comes to inclusion, diversity, civility and ethics in the workplace, yet many of the attempts to address them focus only on the symptoms,” said David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst with Brandon Hall Group. “ELI takes a holistic view of the issues, focusing on making systemic change – not only to meet regulatory requirements, but to actually drive business performance and results.”