Recent media attention has put a spotlight on what is and isn’t acceptable behaviour at work. As a leading Chartered Psychologist, Impact’s Chief Executive, Shelly Rubinstein was recently invited to the BBC Breakfast sofa to join the debate about sexual harassment.
Shelly gave her unique insight into the impact that sexual harassment has within the workplace. As well as highlighting the physical and psychological impact that sexual harassment has on individuals, Shelly also outlined the impact sexual harassment has on organisations, such as productivity reduction and absenteeism costs.
After Shelly’s BBC appearance the demand for understanding what is and isn’t acceptable behaviour in the workplace was clear. To meet this demand, Impact are offering an interactive half day workshop to share with you how you can help build a culture of respect within your organisation.
The workshop will provide you with:
Organisations should create a culture in which people are supported to do the best job that they can do and not feel that they are controlled by others in an inappropriate way. Everyone should be able to work in a place where all individuals are treated with respect.
This workshop is for leaders, managers and anyone with an interest in building a culture of respect in their organisation. Workshop places are strictly limited to ensure that you leave with practical tools and an action plan that you can implement immediately.
When is it?
23rd February 2018 (9am-1pm)
Manchester City Centre
Early Bird Special Offer £150 + VAT, if you book before 31st December, or £175 + VAT full price.
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