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Harassment Training: Respectful Workplaces & Leading for Respect 3/16 1pm EST is a Course

Harassment Training: Respectful Workplaces & Leading for Respect 3/16 1pm EST

Ended Mar 16, 2018

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Full course description

This training is for all Hillel Field Professionals and SIC staff. This training will be also be offered on 3/23 and 3/28.

For professionals who DO NOT supervise staff this training will be 1 hour 15 minutes.

  • Friday March 16th 1:00pm - 2:15pm EST / 10:00am - 11:15am PST
For professionals who DO supervise staff this training will be 2 hours (1 hour 15 minutes all employees, 45 minutes just supervisors).

  • Friday March 16th 1:00pm - 3:00pm EST / 10:00am - 12:00pm PST

Course Description:

This two part course will be led by Fran Sepler, an expert in creating respectful workplaces.

Online Session Part 1:  Respectful Workplace (All employees including Supervisors) 1 hour 

What makes for a respectful workplace and what derails it?  What does respect look like?  We will discuss an array of problematic behaviors from rude behavior to bullying and unlawful harassment, carefully defining each of these terms and talking about what should be done to address them.  We will include examples of bystander behavior – how to step in and act, and guidelines for providing and getting feedback when low-level problems occur.

Staff Webinar Part 2:  Leading for Respect (Supervisors) 45 minutes

When employees have a problem and they bring it to their supervisor, there are certain things that must happen, should happen and should never happen.  In this webinar, we will cover the importance of modeling respectful behavior, definitions and descriptions of an array of problematic behaviors and most importantly, two key skills: how to take a complaint and how to coach someone whose behavior is not respectful.  Supervisors will understand their legal responsibilities as a well as best practices. 

Instructor Bio:

Fran Sepler is best known for her pioneering work in harassment prevention and workplace investigations. She has developed techniques and protocol used by organizations throughout the United States to investigate complaints of workplace misconduct and is the author of “Finding the Facts: What Every Workplace Investigator Needs to Know,” published in 2008.  She has conducted over 1000 workplace investigations, served as an expert witness regarding employer response to employee complaints, and provided anti-harassment, anti-bullying and implicit bias training for thousands of organizations. She has also conducted workplace climate assessments for workplaces of all sizes.  She is working on developing world class standards for organizations to develop their “fairness quotients.” Ms. Sepler recently taught a semester long master’s level class on the University of Minnesota on Workplace Fairness.

Questions? Please contact HillelU@hillel.org

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