Creating A Happy, Healthy and Safe Workplace

Fiore Group Training, Inc. is an international training company offering in-house, online and digital product training for small to large companies in Workplace Violence Prevention, Respectful Workplace Practices with an emphasis on NO BULLYING, and Ethics in Business and Corporate Life. Founder Phil Eastwood is the senior trainer with the company and author of the various learning programs, as well as the Editor of the blog, “Creating A Happy, Healthy and Safe Workplace.”
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Phil Eastwood Interviewed

February 17th, 2015|Comments Off on Phil Eastwood Interviewed

Interview with Author/Speaker Phil Eastwood on his latest book, Handcuffs to Handshakes: Lessons From More Than 30 Years of Working with Humans.
Learn the story behind the stories and how Phil developed his techniques for creating […]

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Workplace Violence Prevention: Are You Proactive or Reactive?

August 21st, 2017|0 Comments

In a recent blog post, I spoke about the two types of clients that we get hired by in order to provide organizational training for workplace violence prevention.

Those two types of clients fall into these […]

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Workplace Violence Prevention Strategies

August 14th, 2017|0 Comments

How ready are you for workplace violence?
Of course I hope you never have to experience any, but there is no better way to prepare yourself than with education and training.

My business is dedicated to creating […]

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Four Necessary Traits for a Successful and Respected Leader

August 8th, 2017|0 Comments

I have always believed heavily on treating people at work with respect and I have been thinking recently about where that attitude comes from.
We all know that people can affect the energy and enthusiasm we […]

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Workplace Safety and What We Can All Learn from American Airlines

July 31st, 2017|0 Comments

It’s not everyday you get the pleasure of sitting next to a pilot on a flight.
And no, I wasn’t sitting in the cockpit with the pilot of the flight I was on, but I still […]

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What I Learned from an NBA Player

July 24th, 2017|0 Comments

You may have heard this Malcolm X quote before:

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”
How are you preparing for tomorrow?
As I write this, I’m sitting […]

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How Important Are Our Workplace Relationships?

July 17th, 2017|Comments Off on How Important Are Our Workplace Relationships?

The Secret to Good Business? Connections, Connections, Connections
Today I come to you from 34,000 ft. up in the air. Although I have a nice view of the fluffy white pillows of clouds, all I can […]

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The Little Things: What Makes for a Positive Work Environment?

July 10th, 2017|Comments Off on The Little Things: What Makes for a Positive Work Environment?

How do you feel going into work each day?
I know this is a question I ask in many of my blogs, but that’s only because it’s extremely important information to gather.

Additionally, it’s a subject I […]

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Strong And Ethical Leadership Is At The Heart Of Respectful Workplaces

July 7th, 2017|Comments Off on Strong And Ethical Leadership Is At The Heart Of Respectful Workplaces

I believe that strong and ethical leadership is at the heart of respectful workplaces.
Effective leadership is not about finding a soapbox, standing upon it, and preaching to those around you like a Sunday morning hack at Speaker’s Corner in […]

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Sexual Harassment Quiz: How Well Will Your Workplace Score?

June 26th, 2017|Comments Off on Sexual Harassment Quiz: How Well Will Your Workplace Score?

Today’s blog may not leave you feeling warm and fuzzy, but hopefully it will be a wakeup call to get your workplace on the track to a positive, healthy atmosphere (if it’s not already…).
Sexual Harassment […]

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When Good Conversations Go Bad, and How to Fix Them

June 19th, 2017|Comments Off on When Good Conversations Go Bad, and How to Fix Them

I was recently chatting with a friend of mine about work, I’ll call her Kelly.

Kelly works at a government agency and had just recently been promoted. While this is something that is normally associated with […]

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Respect in the Workplace: How to Spread Happiness and Even Catch It Yourself

June 12th, 2017|Comments Off on Respect in the Workplace: How to Spread Happiness and Even Catch It Yourself

Today I want you to think about your day-to-day work life.

Do you look forward to getting up and going to work every morning? Or maybe you hit snooze over and over and contemplate calling in […]

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Safety Hates Complacency: Is Your Workplace Complacent or Safe?

June 5th, 2017|Comments Off on Safety Hates Complacency: Is Your Workplace Complacent or Safe?

It’s a workday like any other. Maybe you’re on your third cup of coffee or planning where to go for dinner after the “whistle blows.”

But suddenly the unexpected happens: an actual emergency situation.

Your heart starts […]

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“Conductors” in the Workplace— What We Can Learn From an Orchestra’s Leadership

May 29th, 2017|Comments Off on “Conductors” in the Workplace— What We Can Learn From an Orchestra’s Leadership

Have you ever heard Beethoven’s 9th Symphony? If you’re not sure, you’ve probably at least heard ‘Ode to Joy’ which appears in the fourth movement.

Regardless of your familiarity with this brilliant piece of music, there […]

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Know Your Colours: The Key to Violence Prevention in the Workplace

May 22nd, 2017|Comments Off on Know Your Colours: The Key to Violence Prevention in the Workplace

I recently came across a great article about what flight attendants look for when they greet the passengers boarding their planes.

Thinking about that heightened awareness they embody at the beginning of a flight brought to […]

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A Road Map to Tackling Those Difficult Conversations

May 15th, 2017|Comments Off on A Road Map to Tackling Those Difficult Conversations

In addition to leading workshops, we also have a coaching practise called, CHAT Easy: Coaching that Connects.

The story I’m going to share with you today revolves around one of the clients I coached. I think […]

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Forewarned is Forearmed: Dealing with the Cycle of Violence in the Workplace

May 8th, 2017|Comments Off on Forewarned is Forearmed: Dealing with the Cycle of Violence in the Workplace

I was recently delivering a Workplace Violence Prevention workshop for a municipal client of ours.

It was an especially important session because I was reminded of the critical need for employees to share information regarding safety […]

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