The Drama-Free Workplace
In today’s post #MeToo world, it is more important than ever to find groundbreaking solutions to address certain types of workplace drama, including sexual harassment. One key ingredient is the elimination, or at least reduction, of workplace drama.
Companies with a fantastic culture are intentional and relentless about planning and executing a strategy to put culture at the center of everything they do. The results are undeniable: a cohesive and collaborative workplace that leads to innovation and, as study after study shows, increased revenue and profit.
In this session, Patti Perez, VP of Workplace Strategy at Emtrain, will guide you through ways to identify, prevent and address workplace sexual harassment. Patti is the author of “The Drama-Free Workplace” (Wiley, March 2019), a book which introduces innovative ways to approach workplace drama.
In this session:
1. Learn how methods to prevent and resolve workplace drama are key to creating and maintaining a healthy and inclusive workplace culture.
2. Learn about root causes of workplace sexual harassment. The presentation will identify what research says in this regard, as well as what experience tells us.
3. Learn practical ways to institute a "culture of truth-telling” to create a corporate shift in relation to attitudes towards reporting complaints of harassment.
About our Speaker:
Patti Perez is on a mission to transform workplace culture. She combines her experience as a licensed California attorney, a professionally-certified HR executive, a specialist in the prevention and resolution of workplace drama, an expert witness in state and federal court, a state regulator and as an entrepreneur to create a revolutionary shift in the way we communicate and make decisions at work.
Patti serves as VP of Workplace Strategy for Emtrain to help us in our mission to create healthier workplace cultures. This role helps her to leverage technology solutions to deliver engaging, informative and pragmatic content and also allows her to provide thought leadership on workplace training issues.
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