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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training That Actually Sticks

12.31.21

Go beyond basic compliance with BPM’s dynamic virtual and in-person sexual harassment training solutions. Build your organization’s communication capabilities and become compliant with new harassment prevention training requirements by Dec. 31, 2021.  

State Bill 778 (SB1343) requires all California employers of 5 or more employees to provide 2 hours or sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training to employees, supervisors and manager by Dec. 31, 2021.  

This workshop meets the harassment prevention compliance while incorporating the development of interpersonal communication skills that are critical for success in the workplace and for maintaining a culture of respect. Workshop options are available for employees and managers to meet compliance guidelines.  

 

This workshop will provide:  

  • A full understanding of how to prevent and correct sexual harassment and abusive conduct through examining practical examples of harassment, discrimination and retaliation. This also includes preventing abusive conduct and harassment based on sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.  

  • Strategies to improve communication by building rapport, developing positive relationships, improving listening skills, and honoring diversity in the workplace.  

  • Tools to build trust, credibility and respect.  

  

Contact us for pricing details and to schedule your workshop today!  

 

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For additional resources on how to transform your company culture download the below ebooks, courtesy of Dale Carnegie.  

1. Transforming Attitudes and Actions: How Senior Leaders Create Successful Workplace Cultures

2. Listening Skills Self-Assessment

3. The Emotional Drivers of Employee Engagement: How Organizations and Leaders Can Develop Positive Emotions

4. Golden Book