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Various members of the team discuss what they see as unprofessional behavior. Cutting Edge Corporation has a Book of Rules listing unprofessional behaviors. These are set out and explained by team members:

  1. Being Rude – examples of Carol being aggressive and insulting to her colleagues.
  2. Taking Supplies – staff taking office equipment. It is illegal.
  3. Personal Media – can be distracting and invasive of people’s privacy.
  4. Inappropriate Dress – clean and neat, not provocative.
  5. Name Calling – insulting or racist remarks may be against the law.
  6. Flirting – stepping over boundaries of acceptable behavior.
  7. Relationships at Work – personal relationships with colleagues should be kept out of the office.
  8. Touching – some gestures are acceptable, but many are not acceptable.

Behaving Unprofessionally Program Highlights:

  • Don’t be rude and insensitive
    - INSTEAD: Show respect to others
  • Don’t abuse privileges
    - INSTEAD: Be responsible and trustworthy
  • Don’t flirt or misbehave
    - INSTEAD: Maintain professional relationships
  • Don’t mix personal and business
    - INSTEAD: Manage boundaries

People understand professional behavior. Yet many behave unprofessionally at work.

Purchase includes:

  • Behaving Unprofessionally DVD (9 Minutes)
  • Support Materials on each DVD:
    - Discussion Questions
    - Activities
    - Handouts
    - PowerPoint Slides

Part of the Cutting Edge Communication series!

This program is part of the Cutting Edge Communication series which is a powerful training series on hot topics everyone can enjoy. Short, sharp and funny with simple messages and skills for everyone. The series follows ten characters through a landscape of social faux pas, insult and embarrassment. This series will shock, amaze and entertain you, while at the same time teaching some important lessons in human interaction, in a way you won't forget!

WARNING - These videos are designed to provoke discussion and response. They are contemporary, fast paced, short, character driven TV style comedies that take a new approach to reaching today's learners. By laughing, discussing, sharing outrage, reacting to the behaviors on screen, we can use these strong feelings and thoughts to develop a clearer shared view of how we want to behave, how we manage these situations, and how we want our team to behave and respond.

Whilst some people find them insensitive or outrageous, the vast majority of viewers and users have found them refreshing, stimulating and great for getting energy and enthusiasm back into learning.

This is available as part of

Cutting Edge Communication
Cutting Edge Communication is a powerful business training series on hot topics everyone can enjoy. Short, sharp and funny with simple messages and skills for everyone.
Cutting Edge Communication is a powerful business training series on hot topics everyone can enjoy. Short, sharp and funny with simple messages and skills for everyone. Whether you are interested in improving your organization’s culture or the ability to make a good impression, work together as a te... read more
DVD style course with completion certificate only
Topics
Diversity
Sexual Harassment Prevention
Uses
Respectful Workplace
Video Running Time (minutes)
9:00
Captioning
Closed Caption
Producer
Seven Dimensions
Course ID
01212

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