HAP’s Health and Wellness Training is taught to groups of people yet is targeted for the individual. The intention is to provide each participant with a set of Awareness and Skills focused on Relationship with Self. This set of skills focuses on understanding of personal triggers and pathways to stress and conflict, and how to navigate through these situations as smoothly and quickly as is possible. Through a better understanding of one’s self and how to clearly communicate, the individual can get their needs met without causing damage to themselves and those around them.
The Behavioral Standards Training is geared for groups of people. This training teaches and establishes a set of skills and strategies focused on bringing all team members to the same set of standards for workplace behaviors. By setting standards for how particular situations will be managed, organizations can reduce time and energy spent navigating and repeating details of why a situation has occurred and how it will be solved. HAP’s client data shows less intervention from management and less conflict in the workplace.
By leaning on the individual and groups skills of the two trainings described above, the Workplace Culture Training adds in focus on language and traditions to shape your organization’s culture as prescribed. This ongoing practice formalizes the concept of a “desired culture” and is effective when the training is installed throughout your organization, refined by your team members and practiced consistently.