Category: Past Events

2017 EXCEL Conference

It’s on You: Creating a Culture of Civility in your Workplace (Private/Federal audience) In June 2016, EEOC Commissioners Chai R. Feldblum and Victoria A. Lipnic issued a report based on their work with the Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace. The report includes new research

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2016 Annual Workplace Challenges Update

Troutman Sanders invites in-house counsel, HR professionals and other executives charged with labor and human resources responsibilities to join us for a half-day labor & employment seminar to learn the latest news on managing your workplace, best practices in HR strategies and practical suggestions for remaining compliant with ever-changing HR

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The Conference Board’s Advancing Women in Leadership Council

Bias is pervasive; everyone has personal preferences. It is human nature to make quick assessments about situations and people based on past experiences, culture, perceptions of safety, etc.  And, importantly, there is nothing inherently bad about having these biases . . . unless they lead to unfair or illegal decision-making.

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Webcast: Civil Treatment in Uncertain Times

This extraordinary election season is bringing issues tied to race, sex, ethnicity, religion, law enforcement and others into our workplaces and affecting what people talk, tweet and text about on the job and to coworkers. The wrong words and acts can disrupt teams and cause lasting risk and harm. The good

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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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Senior International Attorneys Council

Your Compliance Training Challenge Check Boxes or Change Behavior Many compliance lawyers assume that global learning involves communicating information, figuring out logistical and technical delivery requirements and documenting receipt. That works if the objective is to prove that accurate information has been provided to designated audiences. But it won’t change

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The Conference Board Monthly Author Webcast with Stephen Paskoff

The Conference Board’s Monthly Author Webcast on August 18th will feature an interview with Stephen Paskoff. Leaders need to understand how behavior affects productivity and risk. Managing behavior is just as important as any other aspect of their core responsibilities. Many businesses overlook the importance of organizational environment, culture, and

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19th Annual EEOC EXCEL Training Conference

Breaking Bad: Creating a Culture of Civility and Professionalism and Why it Matters This interactive session explores examples illustrating risks to agency mission, safety, engagement, and bottom line results when people behave badly in the workplace. More importantly, we will offer insight steps that can be taken to deliberately create

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