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Civility in the Workplace? Next Workshop: April 30

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Category: Office of Equity & Inclusion

Published: 2019-03-04 00:00:01.000

Register to attend Civility in the Workplace workshops in MC Learns for Spring 2019 dialogue forums.

The prevalence and costs of incivility are on the rise in organizations. When employees are exposed to incivility in the workplace, they experience diminished self control, which in turn creates increased incivility toward co-workers.

Incivility does not involve openly hostile behavior, threats or sabotage and therefore doesn't warrant the same legal attention or sanctions as other forms of mistreatment, such as harassment. Incivility could be as simple as a sarcastic reply to a co-workers comment or a perceived rude sentence in an email.

This session will help you understand why we act less civil today and provide some suggestions for making sure you don't exhibit such uncivil behaviors and, can educate to enhance the civility of others.


Workshop Objectives
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
* Recognize behaviors considered uncivil
* Understand the impact of workplace civility
* Understand what may cause us to act in uncivil ways
* Learn suggestions for making the workplace civil
* Discuss Montgomery College's Civility Norms

Workshops will be held from 11-12 p.m. at Central Services (CT) S108 on the following dates:

Tuesday April 30, 2019
Wednesday, June 19, 2019

(CT) Central Services Building is located at:

9221 Corporate Boulevard
Rockville, MD 20850

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