Heather StampSenior Advisor
People & Culture
Unmanaged conflict leads to financial strain. Workplace conflicts Canadian businesses over two billion dollars a year.
Every workplace is different and therefore restoring a workplace is not one-size-fits-all. However, if your organization or team has experienced a recent formal investigation, is declining in morale or productivity, or has experienced a difficult change, a customized workplace restoration approach can help reinvigorate engagement and productivity and re-establish a culture of psychological safety.
Diagnose the root issues and challenges your organization, leaders, and/or teams are experiencing and assess a customized way forward in restoring the workplace.
Break the ice between teams and/or employees by enhancing their conflict competency. Supporting individuals and teams to develop an awareness of their communication and workplace styles while understanding the impact they may be having on others.
Create individual and team action and accountability plans for enhanced workplace relations and sustained forward momentum
Together, we will co-create the desired outcomes to be measured throughout the engagement to ensure our approach meets your goals and objectives for a respectful and psychologically safe workplace environment.
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The goal of a workplace restoration process is to re-establish working relationships so employees (or members of a team) can move on following a traumatic event or prolonged conflict.Read Article