AB1825 Compliant Training + Culture Training for Leaders, Managers & Supervisors (Three-Hours)
Managers are responsible for creating a positive workplace where employees can thrive. They must be actively involved in ending negative behaviors – and pushing positive behaviors – at all times.
This training is called Harassment Prevention because it’s AB1825 compliant, with two hours taught by an employment law attorney, AND an additional hour of training from a culture consultant, who will provide the tools to build a positive workplace environment.
Attendees will learn about the negative effects of harassment and abusive conduct; and learn to develop, foster and encourage a set of values in employees to assist them in preventing, and effectively responding to, incidents of “harassment” and workplace bullying.
At the end of the training, leaders, managers and supervisors will be able to:
- Define harassment, discrimination, sexual harassment, workplace bullying and workplace violence (i.e., negative behaviors)
- Understand the laws prohibiting harassment and discrimination
- Describe the damage negative behaviors cause the organization and its people, and the cost of claims
- Understand negative behaviors as a social phenomenon
- Identify symptoms of negative behaviors within their own departments
- Understand obligations with respect to investigations and handling of complaints
- Immediately implement tools to address negative behaviors, including stepping in using three steps of assertiveness, and coaching through your performance management system
- Discuss best practices to avoid harassment claims
- Work together with their employees to implement action items that will build a positive and civil departmental culture
- Recognize the impact of culture change on their employees and the organization, and identify actions that can help them overcome the inevitable resistance to change
This course is highly interactive and includes a workbook for activities, discussions, personal assessments, hypotheticals, real-world case examples, and creation of action plans.
This workshop is brought to you by Catherine Mattice, an internationally recognized expert in workplace bullying, and Jenna Leyton-Jones, Esq, an employment law attorney who has been voted San Diego Business Journal’s Best of the Bar and San Diego Magazine’s Top Lawyers list.