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From Awkward Avoidance to Responsible Reaction – “Dealing Effectively with Harassment in the Workplace”

March 14, 2018 - 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Vancouver, BC

Workplace Harassment Claims are Soaring!
Are You and Your Management Teams Ready?

  1. Do you want to avoid costly errors and save on the potential costs such as; lawyer and legal fees, court fines for not acting on a complaint, as well as possible compensation when a complaint could have been avoided, or handled well?
  2. Would you prefer to deal with these situations with confidence and competency as they happen, and then know exactly when it would be time to call for outside help?
  3. In addition, do you really want to deal with the possible PR nightmare, embarrassment and team morale issues that can go with it when situations are not dealt with effectively?
  4. Do you or your management find it awkward to deal with a complaint, so things often get avoided?

Attend an actual Workshop that:

  1. Is highly interactive and allows you to learn from others’ in a small group setting, (vs. online learning it all by yourself).
  2. Reviews case studies and offers you actual skills practice.
  3. Provides you with checklists and interview templates.
  4. Provides you with areas to highlight and review with your staff.

Attendees will learn:

  • The key parameters or factors to determining if harassment has occurred.
  • How to proactively prevent harassment in the workplace.
  • Why dealing with a complaint immediately is critical.
  • The process for managing harassment situations in the early stages when they are brought to your attention.
  • Understand how to respond and prepare effectively for informal and formal harassment complaints and when to call for help.
  • An interviewing process to investigate the situation and conduct interviews effectively, avoiding common mistakes.
  • Identify and use appropriate confliction resolution and decision making strategies to handle harassment issues and conflict, complete a fair and thorough investigation and report decisions properly.
  • Methods to deal with the aftermath of harassment situations in the workplace and learn as an organization from the situation. And much more…

If so, Register Today! Space is Limited to 10

Date: Wednesday March 14, 2018
Time: 8:30 a.m. Registration
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(Coffee/Tea provided. Lunch is available at on-site Cafe)
Location: Discovery Parks (just 1 block from VCC Clark Skytrain)
#128 – 887 Great Northern Way
Vancouver, BC
(Pay parking behind building). Meet in lobby on 1st floor at 8:30 a.m.

Space is Limited
Allows for small group discussions

Register Early & Save

Special Price
Register before Feb.28th, 2018: $399.

After March 1st: $799

Presented by: Elaine Allison, CSP (Certified Speaking Professional)

Elaine Allison is a “Certified Speaking Professional”; trainer, consultant and author of the bestselling book The Velvet Hammer: PowHERful Leadership Lessons for Women Who Don’t Golf. She has enthralled audiences from coast to coast in both the United States, Canada and around the globe with her lively presentations and affable style. Elaine was one of Canada’s first female prison guards in an all-male maximum security prison at the age of 19 back in the 70’s. She had a crash course in understanding how people interact with each other as her life virtually depended on it. She began to truly observe how we resolve issues, discover innovations and uncovered unique methods for dealing with even the most difficult situations. Her formal education in curriculum design and adult education along with years in classroom environments in both union and non-union environments ensures learners think, feel and do things differently immediately after attending a course.

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