Workshop/Training on Dignity at Workplace

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Event Details

Workshop/Training on Dignity at Workplace - Jul 24, 2018

Introduction :

Giving dignity to all genders to every level of staff, to every kind of work blue or white collar work, facilitates a culture of dignity at workplace. Any discrimination on the basis of religion, race, colour, disability, position, marital status, pregnancy, age is not acceptable. Experiencing the Joy of Work, Work Ethics, Attitude of Gratitude, Motivation to do quality work make a big difference to the work output and to the work environment.

My every day work is my offering to God as an attitude is the spiritual dimension of work. This helps in treating every kind of work with respect, grace and dignity. And this has a role in increasing the productivity at workplace and in improving the economy of the nation.  Ownership of work and ‘Pride in the work you do’ yield higher quality work. This is accompanied with a Glocal Mindset (global plus local) that is with the use of local resources with a Glocal Mindset.

There is a need to invest in the blue collar workforce through participative training programmes.

Women are entering the work force in increasing numbers. Women’s rights have to be respected and protected. Women’s rights in a workplace are important so that they are free from unwanted sexual advances. Sexual Harassment at the workplace (SHW) lowers their productivity and psychological well being. The blue collar staff and staff of other levels including senior management need to be sensitized.


Awareness of Sexual Harassment at Workplace and Gender Sensitivity has to be a part of the work culture. This initiative would be a proactive step reflecting the ethos of a caring & progressive company besides being a mandate. Awareness and Reporting of Sexual Harassment at Workplace (SHW), both are low in most companies. People are not clear about - what is SHW, what recourse the victim can avail of, what steps the SHW committee can take to prevent or address SHW issues. Zero tolerance for SHW and other discrimination is the norm of the company. The best possible way is to prevent SHW could be through awareness and sensitization training programmes.

Objectives :

1.  To develop pride in work, to give a sense of dignity to every level of work  - ‘No work is below my dignity

2.  To strengthen a sense of vigorous Work Ethics - Glocal Mindset, Ownership concept 

3.  To enhance a spiritual dimension towards work: ‘my everyday work is my offering to God’ attitude 

4.  To help prevent any SHW incident as a proactive measure enmeshed with the concept of dignity at workplace

5.  To sensitize them about the importance of making a positive contribution to the company in the present competitive scenario

Topics covered :

●  Importance of understanding the concept of dignity to every kind of work

●  Pride in work and Ownership concept

●  Role of support staff in smooth running of organization

●  Importance of being ‘glocal’ - a global mind set with the use of local resources & Indian way of thinking work as my Guru

●   Attitude to Work & Change - work an offering to God, our quality work is right of company and customers, adapting to changing work requirements.

●  Increased Productivity - understanding procrastination as a sin of omission, strategies to overcome procrastination.

●  Bench marks of quality work - timeliness, accuracy, work completion, keeping informed, neat work environment.

●  Professionalism a way of life - dependable, control over mood, decorum with seniors, visitors & others.

●  Sensitizing about gender inequality related to dignity at workplace.

●  POSH Policy – objectives, scope, Supreme Court’s definition; types of SHW; conduct of sexual nature – physical, verbal & nonverbal harassment; gender discrimination at workplace  amounts to SHW

Methodology :

Active and lively training methods like, Case Study, Discussion, will be used.


Medium of Instruction :

Local languages:  English, Hindi and Marathi will be used.

Participation Level :

The workshop is designed for All the employees including, blue collar staff, from all functional areas.  

Dr. Lata Shetty is the Director, Mainstream Training Centre, which offers Soft Skills Training Programmes in a variety of settings.  Qualifications: B.Sc., M.S.W., Ph.D., a gold medalist throughout her academic career and holds a Doctorate from the prestigious Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).




Board Room, Bombay Chamber, The Ruby, NW-4th Floor, Dadar (W), Mumbai – 400028





Ms. Mani Nair
Tel. 61200223, 9833409639 
Participation Fee :   
Members  Rs. 3500 +18% GST
Non-Members  Rs. 4000 +18% GST

10% discount for 3 or more participants from same organisation.


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DCB Bank

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Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.


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