Workplace violence is the number one threat facing American corporations today according to a Pinkerton Security survey. And it's no wonder, considering the hostilities and injuries it can cause, not to mention the lawsuits and other associated costs that tax employers for more than $4.2 billion a year.
Yet very few people know and understand the steps necessary to help prevent violent incidents in their early stages. In order to prevent such violence, measuring and thereby managing aggression prior to conflict is key.
By taking and completing this Certified Aggression Control Manager Course you'll learn the steps necessary to recognize and prevent such violence by being prepared, knowing how to persuade the aggressor and knowing how to create a safe escape.
You can really have control over how aggression affects your work environment.
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Routine methods of addressing aggressive – unsafe – behavior by employees and staff, like conflict resolution, are not working. Since there are individuals who express their conflict with violence, organizations that wish to prevent violence must prevent conflict. Aggression Management is the only program that achieves "conflict" prevention. If you can't measure coworkers' harmful aggression, or "coworker-friction" you can't effectively manage creating a safe workplace and its impact on productivity.
Threatening behaviors undermines trust and disables teamwork. By removing threatening behaviors you permit and encourage the natural qualities that underlie successfully functioning teams.
Do Workers' Compensation recipients cause increasing significant costs in healthcare due to a desire to be absent and still get paid? Having the ability to identify and measure key indicators enables organizations to take better control of these costs and disruptive behavior. A better understanding of the Cognitive Aggression Continuum permits healthcare managers and supervisors the ability to manage change of these disruptive behaviors, creating more productive teams to support revenue growth.
Would you like to make your organization safer, enhance effective teams and reduce the costs and premiums of Workers' Compensation, all the while, increasing productivity and profitability?
Now you can!
USF's OSHA Training Institute Education Center, Florida Consultation Program and the Center for Aggression Management have teamed up to developed an online course that gets to the core of these issues. This online course will educate you on the prevention of these work issues and concerns and you can earn CEUs at the same time. Furthermore, you can access this course at an introductory price of only $32.50 per two-hour module! Register Now >
The USF Aggression Control Manager Course is great for:
In a time when workplaces and schools are becoming more dangerous, learn how to distinguish the adrenaline-driven (red-faced ready to explode) Primal-Aggressor from the truly lethal intent-driven (detached, adaptive and determined) Cognitive-Aggressor - the Workplace or School Shooter.
By Taking This Aggression Control Class Online, You'll be Able to:
When aggression goes uncontrolled in your work environment the cost of doing business goes up. The most common costs associated with aggression include: