Webinar #18: Learn How to Influence Your Workers to Willingly COMPLY with COVID-19 Protections – Sharon Lipinski

June 4, 2020
What happens if some of your employees are not consistently using this protective equipment?

The Coronavirus is asking employers and employees to make unprecedented and rapid changes to their behavior in order to prevent the spread of disease and the closing of their facilities. The good news is that 71 percent of employees have confidence that their employers can bring them back to work safely. But 58 percent say that hinges on the availability of protective equipment like masks, gloves and hand sanitizer. What happens if some of your employees are not consistently using this protective equipment? When 54 percent of U.S. employees say they are worried about exposure to COVID-19 at their job, it can mean constant complaints, employees refusing to work and lawsuits about the company risking their employees’ health. You need a way to quickly and effectively influence your employees’ behavior. Join Sharon Lipinski, CEO of Habit Mastery Consulting, on what you can do when employees ignore or push back on the company’s Coronavirus safety procedures. She shares the 6 reasons employees fight these types of guidelines, 3 tactics that make the situation worse, and 3 steps you can take to get employees to want to follow your guidelines. You’ll leave this presentation with insights and strategies that work for influencing your employees’ behavior— not just in following Coronavirus safety procedures, but in other areas, too.

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This webinar was recorded Thursday, June 4, 2020.

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