Leading Digital Company - Bullying and Harassment Training, Munich

Issue

A forward-thinking leader in its market, the client realised the importance for its brand, and value for its employees, to ensure that a consistent, clear approach to communicating and collaborating in the workplace was established.

Summit Training was appointed by the HR Manager to design and facilitate a Bullying and Harassment Awareness training course in Munich, Germany for 30 employees.  Ensuring understanding of standards, boundaries and expectations early was deemed prudent in safeguarding employees from unwittingly overstepping a boundary.

Solution

A one-day Bullying and Harassment Awareness training course which focused on exploring:

  • The important legal aspects relating to bullying and harassment in the workplace.
  • Personal Impact and the importance of healthy levels of Self Awareness.
  • How to manage emotional impulses more effectively and avoid awkward situations.
  • How and why our intention may be positive but the recipient’s response to the opposite.
  • Agreeing and successfully implementing team standards and boundaries to benefit all.

Client Feedback

Our company invited Summit Consulting and Training to design and deliver a Bullying and Harassment Awareness event for our team in Munich, Germany.

As a responsible employer, it was decided that such an event would help employees at all levels understand and appreciate the boundaries we are all trusted and expected to work within for everyone’s benefit.

Summit delivered an interactive, intellectually challenging and enjoyable event, guiding the participants towards gaining a new understanding of hidden and unknown biases and communication issues.  This elegantly led to a shift in mindset and increased awareness of the subject topic, and its importance in the workplace.

By the close of the event, participants had collaboratively created new rules for communicating with each other that will enrich our internal policies.

I am happy to recommend Summit Consulting and Training without reservation to leaders who wish to proactively develop greater awareness and understanding of this topic.

A Erlmeier
Managing Director, Central Europe

Posted by on November 27, 2018