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Why CEOs, Boards of Directors and HR need to Change the Culture.

Have you ever walked into a situation where a person is being belittled or bullied in the workplace? What have you witnessed in the workplace that was uncomfortable, reproachable, or just unacceptable? Have you stepped in or has fear of losing your job stopped you? Did the workplace also promote a common vision and set of values with the goal of enhancing respect and collaboration across the workforce? I was a part of an organization that reflected both aspects of the above behaviors. The company promoted the need for a respectful work culture while tolerating disrespectful and hurtful behavior that undermined the stated and documented common vision and values. I was a top performer and was included in a high-performance mentor program where a senior vice president was assigned to mentor me. When I faced some uncomfortable situations with a particular executive, I set some boundaries in a one-on-one discussion, believing I could continue working with this individual. I never expected the outcome that would come from this discussion and how my world would be turned upside down.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn from my personal story of sex discrimination, harassment and retaliation
  • Eliminate and minimize sexual misconduct in the workplace
  • Understand impact to individuals, families, brand, stock, employees and company
  • Consider views from Psychological Expert, Trauma Expert and Legal Expert on impact for individuals and workplace
  • Learn from EEOC Executive Summary and Case of the Superstar Harasser
  • Utilize EEOC Best Practices and Chart of Risk factors to Eliminate Harassment in the Workforce for Boards of Directors, CEO and HR
  • Utilize lessons learned for individuals going through Sexual Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation
  • Review considerations for Forward Thinking Companies who want to drive Integrity in their Cultures
  • How each of us can contribute to the call to action