Do the Right Thing: A Workplace Harassment Prevention Simulation

2020 Annual Conference & Exposition
Everyone, regardless of title, has a vital role in creating a culture that is safe and inclusive to all where we feel empowered to do our best work. Whether you're a bystander or you experience a hostile work environment, this course empowers participants with the tools to identify and address harassment in the workplace.

Finally, a sexual harassment training that won't leave you bored to tears! In this highly-interactive, simulation-style training, participants step into a management role at a fictitious company and start seeing and hearing things that might be, that could be...sexual harassment. Over the course of the training, you are presented with information about what people are doing and saying in the company and you'll have to decide if (and how) you're going to respond. But don't worry, this training will also arm you with the information you need to identify and address sexual harassment.

The bottom line is that harassment prevention is not the sole responsibility of HR - every employee, manager, and leader should be involved. In this program, we help you arm employees at all levels with the skills to define harassment and address the business risks associated with tolerating unacceptable behaviors.  It's guaranteed to be both eye-opening and engaging.

Learning Objectives:

      • Understand the critical distinction between impact and intent.

     • Identify quid pro quo vs. hostile work environment harassment, and retaliation.

     • Take action if you do experience or witness harassment.

     • Know what to do if an employee shares a harassment complaint with you.

     • Avoid unintentionally contributing to a hostile environment for others.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 11:00am to 12:30pm

Brad Karsh


Brad Karsh is CEO and Founder of JB Training Solutions, a company that simply makes work better for organizations throughout the world. Brad is the author of three business books including the critically acclaimed "Manager 3.0: A Millennial's Guide to Rewriting the Rules of Management.” Brad travels the world speaking at major organizations including Kohler, Eli Lilly, Securitas, and Dunkin' Brands, among many others. Brad is a SHRM fanatic and is proud to be named a top-rated speaker at the 2019 Annual Conference.

Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
Critical Evaluation
HR Expertise
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