Diversity, Inclusion & Sexual Harassment
January 9, 2018
What you need to know about behavior, guidelines & succeeding in the workplace today
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, which has seen many women break their silence about sexual assault and harassment, many are feeling unsettled and unclear when it comes to navigating gender differences in the workplace.
There’s a real danger that men, in particular, become more self-conscious about having the honest conversations that women – and many other underrepresented individuals in the workplace – so desperately need in order to advance, as revealed in the recent Women in the Workplace 2017 report from Lean In and McKinsey.
As JBC Founder & CEO Jennifer Brown said in a recent interview,
“We need more men to mentor women in order to deepen and enrich the pipeline for diverse talent.”
Empower yourself, and the teams you work alongside, with the awareness to lead inclusively in this timely three-part series led by keynote speaker and author Jennifer Brown, senior D&I consultant for JBC Elfi Martinez, and executive director and adjunct professor Elaine Craig in conjunction with Workforce 180.
- What constitutes sexual harassment, best practices, behaviors and policies, as well as “What Would You Do?” scenarios
- How to recognize when power dynamics are putting an organization or individuals at risk
- The shifting definitions of diversity and inclusion in the workplace today, and what they mean for you
- How to respond to the #MeToo movement as a call to action and burning platform for improvement
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