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Video: The best way to define acceptable standards of behaviour at work

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How to create effective workplace behaviour standards

Creating a mission and values statement is a popular approach to defining acceptable workplace behaviour, but these don’t have much effect on positive or negatives behaviours at work.

A more effective alternative is to use a group-based behaviour protocol, which involves drawing specific statements of acceptable and unacceptable behaviours out of a team of people.

This “ideal behaviours” approach, as agreed on by the staff, creates a clear, shared understanding of the destination everyone is working towards.

Learn how to create set of standards that actually work.

How to create effective workplace behaviour standards

Watch the video to understand why mission, vision and values statements fail, and how you can create a specific set of ideal behaviours that everyone agrees on and can work towards to create a healthy workplace.

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