Do you care about the people you work with just as much if not more than the product you create together?
The 7 Forms of Respect™ tool is for leaders who want to establish clarity and strengthen communication on your team and/or in your organization.
Team members from a wide range of personal and professional backgrounds often face challenges building trusting relationships because they interpret “respect” differently. Simple misunderstandings can lead to diminished productivity, collaboration, and morale within and across teams.
Dr. Julie Pham and the CuriosityBased team can guide you through understanding how respect is expressed and how to work together more effectively.
You’ll learn to apply 7 Forms of Respect™ so your team can work together more effectively. The facilitator will help the team evaluate and refine existing norms depending on team members’ missions and purpose.
- Use as a team building exercise.
- Share your forms of respects with your team
- Align individual members’ forms of respect with the team’s
You’ll get to discuss sensitive issues surrounding respect within the safety of strangers. You’ll learn how to apply 7 Forms of Respect™ to your life to improve your personal and professional relationships.
- Participate in an interactive, small group session
- Registration available on a sliding scale
- Access the full 7 Forms of Respect™ Assessment
Consulting & Speaking
We’ll help you determine what your company’s actual vs aspirational forms of respect are so that you can accurately describe your company’s culture.
Invite Dr. Julie Pham to speak at your organization or event for a keynote. Learn and be inspired. Speaker’s fees include a set number of assessments.
As the leader of the group, I found the 7 Forms of Respect to be a really valuable tool for teams to go through. The workshop and assessment enabled us to deeply reflect on how we show respect to one another and to our clients. We also got to discuss what has influenced our sense of respect and in doing so, we became closer as a team. We also have a way of describing our culture to prospective team members as well.-Ruby Love, Principal of Love Resource Development Group, LLC