Mad Men to #MeToo – Moving Beyond Sexual Harassment Training to Culture Change – ABEN – OnDemand – No CE
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We’ve watched business culture shift from the world of AMC’s Mad Men t.v. series to the #MeToo movement, leaving many people afraid, nervous and skittish that somehow, they too have said or done something inappropriate.
The result? A workplace fraught with insecurity over the smallest things. This keynote moves beyond sexual harassment training and focuses on creating culture changing conversations about what we can do as HR professionals to create healthy, dignified cultures for all of our employees.
Basic Course Information
Initiate this conversation internally within their organizations
Use a timeline of actionable steps for ensuring respectful workplaces
Provide a guideline for employee concerns and gray areas
Sarah J. Gibson, Certified Speaking Professional, speaks, trains and consults with organizations who want to be better at what they do. Sarah is the founder of Accent Learning and Consulting, a firm focused on enabling teams to have conversations that matter so people can thrive.
Sarah’s unique ability to articulate the underlying patterns and concerns holding teams back, makes her a much sought-after speaker and leadership consultant. Sarah’s specialty is giving teams tools and language, so they can create environments where a culture of trust and accountability can thrive.
Among the many tools Sarah provides, her book, Geezer. Punk. Whatever. has been used by individuals and organizations to navigate the impact of generational differences in the workplace.
Sarah has worked with hundreds of organizations, leaders and individual team members across a variety of industries throughout the world.
Beyond her corporate experiences, Sarah has also taught for the University of Wisconsin-Madison evening MBA program and as an adjunct instructor at Madison College, UW-Whitewater and North Dakota State University.
Sarah holds a master’s degree from North Dakota State University.
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