I Said Something™ Get It Right!
Harassment Prevention & Abusive Conduct
Mistakes happen. Discussing them and correcting them is a natural next step. Getting personal and calling out someone individually in front of their peers for that mistake… ruins morale, is unfair and amounts to a lack of control.
Learning Path & Details
Suggested Industry Usage
- Ensuring Professional and Compliant Behavior
- Leading and Managing for Peak Performance
- Managing Risk
Training Files (17)
|Video Vignette||02:30 min||English||Demo|
|Video Vignette||02:02 min||English||Demo|
|Workshop Material||6 pages||English||Demo|
|Workshop Material||2 pages||English||Demo|
|Certificate of Completion||1 page||English||Demo|
Each day, in organizations large and small, people cross the line in their words and actions. As you might guess, it happens in all sorts of ways. For example, it’s been estimated that two-thirds of workers experience workplace bullying. And research shows that as many as 80% of women experience some form of sexual harassment in the workplace.
“Crossing the line” has real costs. Beyond financial impacts, bad behavior damages working relationships, affects morale and can diminish an organization’s reputation.
We don’t have to just accept it as part of the workplace culture. We must move past this to provide a better, more productive environment for everyone.