Be the Difference – Recognizing and Preventing Harassment in the Workplace
Monday 9:45 – 10:45 AM
Harassment is not a sexy subject and ethics are more than words. “The times they are a changing” and that’s more than just song lyrics – it’s reality in our twenty first century workplace. What was once tolerated (although illegal), is now covered in the media daily and creating more workplace disruption than could have ever been imagined just a few years past.
Unethical activity including sexual harassment is front and center in workplace training and needed because of the negative impact that harassment has on both the employer and employee in today’s workplace.
This memorable program will raise awareness regarding harassment and explain the do’s and don’ts of creating a respectful workplace for everyone. North America’s #1 speaker on the subject of ethics takes an inside look at the ethics of harassment issues and how destructive they can be. Chuck’s program educates on “sexual harassment” in the workplace, providing guidance on how to define, recognize and prevent workplace harassment in general.
In addition to the time and expense of a potential complaint, harassment can impact the workplace in a negative manner by causing lower employee morale, increased absenteeism, lower productivity, and decreased commitment to the employer, and decreased motivation. Sexual harassment prevention training may also provide an affirmative defense for employers if a complaint is filed against them.
In the middle of a rising career, Chuck lost everything because he made some bad choices. He has since rebuilt his career and his life back to immense success. With more vulnerability than the average keynoter, Chuck shares with his audiences his life journey, the consequences of his unethical choices, and how life gives you second chances when you make the right choices.
With Chuck you have an industry professional sharing practical tested and time proven methods that can enhance personal and professional performance.
What Chuck shares in his presentations, whether training, keynotes or consulting, are understandings of not only “how to”, but also “what motivates behavior”—behavior of individuals that can create personal and professional success.