Beyond #MeToo & #TimesUp: What You Can Really Do To Create a Safe and Civil Workplace
Join us for an interactive workshop and discussion around sexual violence and harassment in the workplace and what organizational leaders can do to create a culture where people feel safe and supported.
May 24, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
CCSU ITBD, 185 Main Street, New Britain, CT
Laura Cordes, Executive Director of the CT Alliance to End Sexual Violence
Discussion on prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace, continuum of sexual violence, best practices and policies
Karen Hinds, Emerging Leaders Expert of Workplace Success Group
Learn how to identify common behaviors that undermine the workplace, understand the motivators of those who bully and harass others, address incidents of workplace incivility, and identify and model the positive behaviors that promote trust, respect, and dignity in the workplace
Joanna Flanagan, Prevention Educator, and Amanda Carrington, Campus Advocate, at YWCA Sexual Assault Crisis Services
Learn how to use your voice, influence, and actions to become part of the solution. Practice bystander intervention techniques and a variety of useful tools to stop negative behaviors.