Working with Others

Workplace Essentials: Working with Others


Working with Others includes working with a partner or a team to complete your tasks. Every employee in a food processing facility has to work with others during the day, whether you have to collaborate with workers from another department to solve a production issue or work as a member of a larger team to complete a rush order. Being able to work well with others is a skill that your employer greatly appreciates.

  • There are many different professional behaviours and attitudes, such as:
  • Honesty and integrity
  • Efficiency
  • Trustworthiness
  • Dedication

Throughout this course, we take a closer look at the importance of Working with Others in the food processing industry and discover ways that you can enhance your skills as a partner or a team member.


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Learning Objectives

After you complete this course, you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate professional and ethical behaviour
  • Model a positive attitude for others
  • Collaborate effectively with workplace partners and teammates
  • Give and receive positive and constructive feedback

Course Outline & Major Topics

  1. Demonstrating Professional and Ethical Behaviour
    1. Representing Your Organization’s Mission, Vision and Values
    2. Demonstrating Professional Behaviours
    3. Why is Professionalism So Important
    4. Set an Example for Co-Workers and the Industry
  2. Demonstrating a Positive Attitude
    1. Benefits of a Positive Attitude
    2. What Does a Positive Attitude Look Like?
    3. Positive Behaviours
    4. Can You Teach Someone to be More Positive?
  3. Promoting Teamwork and Collaboration
    1. What is Teamwork?
    2. Together Everyone Achieves More
    3. Factors that Impact Team Effectiveness
    4. Every Team Member Makes a Difference
    5. Teamwork Across Departments and Functions
    6. Being a Team Player
  4. Giving and Receiving Feedback
    1. Benefits of Positive Feedback Skills
    2. Helpful Strategies for Giving Feedback
    3. Receiving Feedback
    4. Effective vs. Ineffective Feedback

*Receive a nationally recognized certificate for participation in this course

Who Should Take This Course?

  • Team Members & Leaders
  • Front Line Workers
  • New Hires

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