Ten strategies to improve:

the human experience of the workplace


The employer / employee relationship is critical to organisational success. Responsible organisations focus on improving the human experience of the workplace as a powerful way to build credibility, trust, and value for businesses.


There are 10 strategies to help create compassionate and courageous workplaces for the future.

Strategy 5: Use early intervention coaching before the grievance process.


The grievance process serves as a legal structure, that minimises the risk on the employer of a negative outcome at a potential employment tribunal. It is not designed to diffuse conflict.


In most instances, current process and policies are applied too late when damage has been done and one or both parties end up leaving.


To minimise the potential for conflict to escalate, consider bringing in early intervention coaching, with external, qualified professionals, at the very first instance of conduct issues arising. These resolution focused sessions can help both, or all, parties concerned understand the impact of behaviours and find appropriate remedies quickly.


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About Conduct Change

As a workplace conduct consultancy business with a strong social purpose, Conduct Change provides assessment, coaching and specialist training solutions that align behaviours and actions with organisation’s intent and values.


Backed by the latest research into psychological safety, emotional intelligence and effective interventions into improving workplace conduct, clients increase profitability and employee engagement, unlock creativity and innovation and improve their social impact.

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