ELI® Launches Civil Treatment for Employees to Improve Business Culture

Learning Solution Civil Treatment® for Employees Provides Individuals and Teams with Necessary Skills and Insights to Increase Productivity and Professionalism

ATLANTA--()--Employment Learning Innovations (ELI®, Inc.) a workplace learning company that achieves bottom-line results for organizations through consulting and advisory services that feature advanced, behavior-based, interactive training, today announced the launch of its new flagship learning solution Civil Treatment® for Employees (CTE).

Designed for all employees, CTE provides individuals and teams with the needed skills and insights to enhance engagement, inclusion, productivity and professionalism. Promoting clear understanding of the organization’s workplace standards and expectations, through simple and sustainable learning models and tools, employees will develop skills that are proven to positively impact workplace culture and business results. CTE ensures that the dynamic and interactive learning models are aligned with each organization’s vision and values.

The employee version of ELI’s flagship program, Civil Treatment® for Leaders, CTE simulates realistic workplace scenarios, offering insights and practical skills relevant to the organizations success. By focusing on day-to-day behaviors along with the law, CTE is part of a comprehensive and sustainable learning solution designed to challenge and motivate employees to consider the impact of their own behavior and encourage them to speak up with issues arise. The course follows a quickly-moving schedule including ongoing participant discussion, actor-led videos and interactive role-play.

“Workplace culture impacts the bottom line of an organization and matters at every level of engagement,” said Stephen M. Paskoff, founder and president of ELI, Inc. “CTE provides employees with interactive, real-life scenarios that teach them the necessary skills enabling them to create, promote and work within a positive, productive environment.”

ELI’s behavioral training links together an organization’s values, compliance issues, leadership, teamwork and culture – the full range of workplace behaviors that are fundamental for achieving business success. Delivered in the classroom by an ELI instructor or online, CTE uses the same methodology as ELI’s other learning solutions that have helped improve businesses’ cultures and bottom lines over the last 28 years for more than two million people. The ELI training methodology has won numerous awards, including “Top Ten Training” designations from Human Resources Executive Magazine.

For more information on Civil Treatment® for Employees, please contact the ELI sales department at 770.437.2419 or via email info@eliinc.com. ELI’s infographics on social media risks, workplace bullying, trust in the workplace and employee engagement are also available for download at www.eliinc.com/insights/infographics.

About ELI

ELI’s proprietary learning methodology links conduct in the workplace to an organization’s success, and ELI has a proven track record of helping organizations increase their employees’ productivity, build respectful and inclusive cultures, and reduce legal and ethical risk. Since the company’s inception in 1986, millions of people have participated in ELI® training, building practical skills that bring to life their organization’s commitment to civility, fairness, and professionalism in the workplace. Please visit http://www.eliinc.com for more information.

ELI’s founder and president, Stephen M. Paskoff is the author of Teaching Big Shots To Behave (and other Human Resource Challenges) and posts regularly to the ELI blog, a blog for human resources, diversity, EEO and compliance professionals at www.eliinc.com/blog. Mr. Paskoff’s e-books including, Civility Rules!, 8 Fundamentals of a Civil Treatment Workplace and Creating a Culture of Speaking Up are also available for download.

Contacts

Savarese Communications
Media:
Janine Savarese, 732-978-4809
M: 908-461-5767
janine.savarese@savaresecommunications.com

Contacts

Savarese Communications
Media:
Janine Savarese, 732-978-4809
M: 908-461-5767
janine.savarese@savaresecommunications.com