Category: Past Events

Operationalize Civility at Your Agency – EEOC EXCEL Conference

Operationalize Civility at Your Agency Agencies that are looking to change behavior should not focus on stopping illegal behaviors to create a civil workplace culture. Leaders must also focus on reducing inappropriate and unprofessional behaviors to positively impact the overall agency culture and mission. The EEOC has recognized that to

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Harnessing the Power of Civil Treatment in the Workplace

Business behaviors linked to organizational values can drive business positive results from safety, quality, productivity and excellence to reducing operational and compliance risk. In this era of increasing workplace tensions, workplace civility,or Civil Treatment®, which engages talent and improves team trust and performance is a business necessity, not a nicety.

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Civility Rules! Building Inclusive Workplaces via Business Impact and Values

This interactive presentation provides a practical, business-driven organizational approach for building inclusive and productive workplaces. The premise is that inclusion must be driven by daily behaviors derived from stated and accepted organizational values. These become cultural standards of interacting productively and collaboratively with team members from diverse backgrounds. Linking daily

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Bullies, Big Shots and Bystanders

Abusive bullies, powerful big shots, and passive bystanders – any of these, and most certainly all, can have a detrimental effect on mission success.  Tremendous organizational harm may be inflected and both legal and reputational risks increase with these types of behaviors. This interactive session will address how to mitigate

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Make Your Training Work: It’s Time to Chuck the Box!

Do your workplace training programs help reduce instances of discrimination, harassment, and other improper conduct? Or are they simply an annual check-the-box ritual, which at best helps build defenses to legal claims but accomplishes nothing much more? The good news is that with the proper ingredients in place, training not

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Annual EEO and Diversity Conference

“It’s on You: Creating a Culture of Civility in Your Workplace” The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of Departmental Equal Employment Opportunity (ODEEO) is pleased to announce that registration is now open for our 4th Annual EEO and Diversity Conference.  This year’s theme is Our Differences Make Us Stronger.  The

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Civility in Health Care

The sixth annual Johns Hopkins Medical Staff Leadership Retreat, Civility in Health Care, will be held on Friday, June 8, 2018 at the Chevy Chase Club. Physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and administrative leaders are welcome to attend this free event. Six hours of CME credits will be provided. Guest

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Why Leaders Are So Critical in Stopping Abusive Behavior

The Conference Board Executive Vice President Rebecca Ray and ELI President and CEO Stephen Paskoff will be joined by Executive Director, Diversity and Inclusion for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Dr. Shelton Goode and Retired Chairman, President and CEO of Southern Company David Ratcliffe to discuss actions industry leaders are taking to build professional, inclusive, “speak-up” cultures and

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