A Respectful Workplace

A suite of short videos to guide managers through the key steps.


One of our most popular video suites, this dignity and respect training takes some of the most complicated and sensitive issues within a workforce, and makes the management of them accessible and do-able.

We know what your managers will be thinking: PC gone mad, or that they can’t have fun at work anymore. These videos tackle that objection head-on at the outset and then continue to help teams with what to do when something makes them feel uncomfortable at work. All in under 4 minutes per video.

Lots of our clients use this suite of videos to bring to life their dignity and respect training programmes, giving managers the support they need following on from a face to face workshop.

Take a look at some examples below, and drop the team a line to say hello if you’d like to chat. If you’re already sold – request a free trial here for access to the full collection of videos.

Respect at work: everyone’s in!

You deserve respect at work – we all do. This video explores the things that need to be eradicated if ‘respect’ is going to have a chance of thriving where...

Does ‘a respectful workplace’ mean we can’t have fun anymore?

A respectful workplace does not mean there’s no place for humour. This video explains why!

What do I do if I feel uncomfortable about something at work?

An action plan, to take action when something makes you feel uncomfortable at work.

How to tell when performance management is NOT bullying

“You’re bullying me”. A phrase that managers dread. How to be confident that what you’re doing performance-management wise is not bullying.

How to say 'that's not okay'

Or ‘no’ or ‘I don’t agree’. How to minimise the negative reaction to this sort of message? This video walks you through a technique.

Great quality feedback

Feedback is key to good quality performance management. What makes it great quality? Feedback that’s detailed and constructive. This video gives you a structure to achieve exactly that.

What is a disability?

It’s important to be able to recognise when an employee could have a disability. This video gives you an overview.

How can disability discrimination occur?

How to avoid discrimination taking place? Knowing how it can occur is the first step.

Are you okay?

You can tell your team member is not themselves. They’re likely to shut you down if you ask if they’re okay. This video gives you a different way to do...

Your right to manage

How to manage behaviour in your team informally and effectively.

Do i deal with this formally or informally?

In this video we explore the options available when a grievance is raised. We take a look what ‘going formal’ looks like – a sort of step by step guide.

Is this bullying or harassment?

Watch this video if the hearing involves an allegation of this most serious type of misconduct.

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