Shaping Hearts, Minds, and Firm Cultures: Effective Prevention Training in the #MeToo Era
Recorded On: 02/04/2020
New York recently legislated sweeping sexual harassment prevention training requirements and more states are sure to follow. The growing realization is that yesterday's training has not worked to shape much-needed change within corporate cultures, and we must address that fact. This session re-examines training content, instructional methods, organizational structures and grievance reporting procedures. It explores the requisite skills you need, and the tough decisions you will have to make, to comprehensively address workplace harassment, discrimination and bullying.
- Identify the training content that informs a candid discussion of gender, power and sexual dynamics in the workplace.
- Recognize effective instructional structures, methods and communications designed to ensure senior leadership buy-in and support.
- Describe the powerful role that bystander engagement training can play in creating a proactive response to avoiding harassment and abusive conduct.
- Review the revised grievance and investigation procedures that can effectively address the chilling fear of retaliation among complainants, while diminishing concerns of HR bias in favor of executive leadership.
$29 for members and $79 for nonmembers
Audience Level: Intermediate
CLM® Application Credit: 1 hour in Organizational Development
CLM® Application Credit for Functional Specialists: 1 hour in the subject area of Human Resources Management (HR) towards the additional hours required of some Functional Specialists to fulfill the CLM application.
CLM® Recertification Credit: 1 hour in the subject area of Human Resources Management (HR)
HRCI: General Credit
SHRM: Ethical Practice
SHRM: Instructor-Led Activity
CLE: Recognition and Elimination of Bias
Glen Kraemer, JD, is a Founding and Managing Partner of the employment law firm Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP. The firm focuses exclusively on the representation of employers concerning discrimination and harassment claims and personnel law compliance issues involving disability accommodations, wage/hour concerns, protected leaves, corrective counseling, and discipline and termination practices. He served as the keynote speaker for the Professionals in Human Resources Association's Annual Legal Update Conference for 18 consecutive years.