PROFESSIONAL BOUNDARIES: WEBINAR
DURATION: 3 HOURS
FORMAT: WEBINAR WITH A LIVE FACILITATOR
We use a 4-plus-1 competency-based framework to define the skills, behaviors, and attitudes of people who honor professional boundaries.
Four features of the framework are ideal behaviors and traits of an individual working in a team context. The additional competency is unique to your organizational context and role. It is a skill, behavior, or attitude that would help you to be a part of or create a community that works effectively to achieve the overall goals and values of your organization.
- Encourage virtuous behavior in public spaces by helping you to pay strict attention to professional boundaries;
- Instill and renew a higher level of commitment to adhere to professional standards in lean and rich communication channels;
- Defend your personal and collective image, identity, and reputation by focusing on impact and not intent.
Professional Boundaries Curriculum
Because the course is tailored to the needs of each participant, not all curriculum items are covered in the 3-hour session.
Introductions and three purposes
Toxic communication ‐ video reflection
Big ideas of the course & What’s my goal
Professional and personal boundaries
Seven guiding principles of professionalism
Dealing with annoying and inappropriate behavior
Using values to build productive relationships
Unconscious bias and boundaries
Your attitude and professional boundaries
The SCARF model for mindful communication
Thinking before speaking
Humor: Is it really required?
Personal action plan
PROFESSIONAL BOUNDARIES: SELF-STUDY
DURATION: 4 to 5 HOURS
FORMAT: SELF-STUDY WITH ASYNCHRONOUS FEEDBACK
Professional Boundaries Self-study Curriculum
We recommend requiring attendees to take notes and provide a summary of their key learnings from each module as well as their personal next steps.
Signs of unhealthy boundaries in a professional context
The influence of personal bias on professional boundaries
Humor: Reflecting on its value
Attitude and boundaries
What is the emotional temperature
Personal next steps