Category: News

November Learning & Training Quick Links

Combating uncivil or bad behavior is ultimately about workplace culture, values, ongoing behavior and accountability. Here are some important developments and ideas to consider when it comes to your workplace environment, potential learning opportunities and the overall health of your organization: Campuses Cautiously Train Freshmen Against Subtle Insults Microaggressions are

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ELI CEO Featured on XpertHR podcast

This summer, a number of high-profile sexual harassment complaints brought the issue front and center, sparking critically important conversations about behavior in the workplace. On a recent episode of XpertHR’s podcast, ELI President and CEO, Stephen Paskoff, addressed sexual harassment and the need for organizations to consider an alternate approach

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ELI wins Brandon Hall award for partnership with Verizon

Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent research and analyst organization focused on human capital management practices (HCM), recently announced the winners of their prestigious annual Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards Program. For the second consecutive year, we are proud to announce that ELI and Verizon have been honored with a

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October Learning & Training Quick Links

Combating uncivil or bad behavior is ultimately about workplace culture, values, and accountability. Here are some helpful resources and ideas to consider when it comes to your workplace environment and the overall health of your organization: What Employers Should Know As Election Spurs Online Rants With the race for the

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Harvard Business Review explores why diversity programs fail

In the July/August edition of the Harvard Business Review, Frank Dobbin, Professor of Sociology at Harvard University, and Alexandra Kalev, an associate professor of sociology at Tel Aviv University looked at Why Diversity Programs Fail and what works better. Epic fail Many of today’s organizations are working to reduce bias

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Was a “Superstar Harasser” Out Foxed?

Less than two weeks after Gretchen Carlson filed her harassment suit against Roger Ailes, the powerful chairman of Fox News is reported to be leaving his employer with a healthy severance package. We may never know what happened. Yet, if Ailes leaves now, his name will be attached to the

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EEOC recommends new approach to harassment prevention

Last week, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released its recommendations for a new, more effective approach to preventing harassment in the workplace. In the 18 months prior, the Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace, worked closely with sociologists, industrial-organizational psychologists, investigators, trainers, lawyers,

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CIVILITY Rules! with Steve Paskoff

Think that your organization’s culture doesn’t affect your company’s performance and bottom line? Stephen Paskoff, President and CEO of Employment Learning Innovations Inc., respectfully disagrees. Paskoff is a nationally recognized speaker and author of CIVILITY Rules. In his recently released book, he offers a new business approach that helps boost

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Know what works at work: A True ELI Story

I started ELI 30 years ago this year, and, as you can imagine, I’ve had plenty of time to reflect on the business and how it’s evolved over time. It’s been incredible to watch so many organizations build professional, fair, inclusive environments by incorporating their own values with our Civil

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