If you attended the OCHR conference on May 18, you might be interested in the following handouts:
1. Self-Assessment for Leadership:
Ask your leadership, management, and supervisors to complete this self-assessment in order to determine their commitment to a culture focused on civility and respect.
2. Manager Guide to Setting Expectations with Employees
Provide your managers and supervisors this worksheet to help them have difficult conversations with employees about their performance and behavior. This worksheet can serve as a script to help them as they set expectations with employees.
3. Professionalism Job Aid
Here’s a professionalism job aid your managers and supervisors can use during one of their staff meetings. It provides some ideas on how to hold an open discussion about professionalism, and what it means to each employee. The activity will require just 30 minutes.
In conclusion, implementing a self-assessment, worksheet, and professional job aid in the workplace is not just a strategic move but a valuable initiative with several advantages. The self-assessment serves as a reflective tool, empowering individuals to evaluate their strengths, identify areas for improvement, and foster personal and professional growth. The accompanying worksheet offers a structured platform for employees to set goals, create action plans, and track progress, enhancing accountability and productivity.
Furthermore, using a professional job aid improves procedures by offering immediate access to important information and guidelines. This not only increases productivity but also fosters a culture of constant learning and skill development. The combination of these tools fosters an active and engaged workforce, fostering satisfaction in individual and shared performance.