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Workplace stress doesn’t have to culminate in employee violence. Open channels of communication provide outlets for employees to express their personal and professional frustrations. Knowing how, when and with whom to open those channels is the subject of the VIOLENCE: The Risk From Within training video.

Even trained professionals can’t reliably predict a person’s capacity for violence. But managers can learn to observe the telling signs of excessive stress that might be red flags pointing to more dangerous behavior to come.

It is every manager’s job to understand their role in managing the potential for violence in the workplace. Workplace Violence: The Risk From Within is a workplace violence and harassment training video in which experts in risk management and human psychology offer practical advice to help managers:

KEY LEARNING POINTS

  • Listen Actively
  • Document Behavior
  • Spot the Warning Signs
  • Respond to Crisis

This training package includes a leader’s guide and a participant workbook and the video is closed captioned.
 

Topics
Diversity
Sexual Harassment Prevention
Uses
Respectful Workplace
Release Date
Jan 1, 1995
Video Running Time (minutes)
24:00
Producer
Media Partners
Presentation Style
Dramatic Vignettes w/Instruction
Course ID
00357

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