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Identify & Eradicate: ENDING SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND OTHER FORMS OF WORKPLACE ABUSE
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Forms of workplace hostility such as sexual harassment are toxic to team morale and individual trust, especially in the damage they cause to reputation, costs and the victims who suffer these abuses of power.

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When: Thursday, January 25, 2018
From 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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MSU Henry Center
3535 Forest Rpad
Lansing, Michigan  48910
United States
Presenter: John Collins MA, SHRM-SCP

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Forms of workplace hostility such as sexual harassment are toxic to team morale and individual trust, especially in the damage they cause to reputation, costs and the victims who suffer these abuses of power. Yet many organizations unknowingly invite these misbehaviors to their doorstep. Fortunately, there are ways to create and reinvent robust work environments to disable abusive personalities; by breaking down the characteristics of misconduct, high-performing employees can thrive, and your organization can develop peace of mind in not only hindering sexual abuses, but stopping them in their tracks from manifesting at all.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

• Understand what enables sexual violence in today’s workforce
• Recognize the attitudes and prejudices that fuel inappropriate behavior
• Identify the common factor present in all cases of sexual harassment and abuse
• Safeguard your organization’s culture from reckless personalities with proactive practices
• Develop career-screening criteria to filter out high-risk candidates
• Establish sensible policies that employees will honor as actionable and trustworthy

ABOUT OUR PRESENTER:

The former director of forensic science for the Michigan State Police, where he created an award-winning unit for testing sexual assault evidence, John Collins is a high-stakes leadership consultant and executive coach at Critical Victories in Lansing. He is a current member of the criminal justice faculty at Michigan State University, and he was the moderator of a 2013 expert panel that convened in Washington, D.C. to discuss national policies related to the investigation of sexual crimes. With a master’s degree in organizational management and formal certification as a Senior Certified Professional by the Society for Human Resource Management, John’s dynamic enthusiasm to help leaders, teams and organizations thrive in high-pressure environments has informed audiences across the U.S. and overseas — including Hanoi, Vietnam, and Casablanca, Morocco.

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