Civil Treatment Series

About Civil Treatment

Civil Treatment®, ELI’s award-winning flagship training program, is designed to help organizations prevent, detect, and correct inappropriate behaviors and build productive, inclusive cultures.

Civil Treatment is a series of training and learning courses with tracks for leaders and employees. Designed to address the issues that businesses face on a daily basis, the programs provide participants with resources to create a more civil, inclusive, and productive workplace.

Leader Focused Training

Civil Treatment will give your organization the skills and insights needed to achieve positive business results and engage employees in ways that inspire their best work.

Employee-Focused Training Courses:

Civil Treatment will give your organization the skills and insights needed to achieve positive business results and engage employees in ways that inspire their best work.

Examples of topics covered within Civil Treatment courses include harassment, discrimination, retaliation, bullying, respectful work environment, and wage and hour issues. The program offers a variety of delivery methods including Instructor-Led Training (ILT), Virtual Instructor-Led training (VILT), and Online Training.

Civil Treatment will give your organization the skills and insights needed to achieve positive business results and engage employees in ways that inspire their best work.

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Upcoming Events

Virtual Delivery Certification

Civil Treatment Workplace: Certified Instructor Program

July 14-16, 2020
September 22-24, 2020

Building an Inclusive Workplace: Certified Instructor Program

September 15-17, 2020

In-Person Delivery Certification

Civil Treatment Workplace: Certified Instructor Program

August 18-20, 2020
October 13-15, 2020

Building an Inclusive Workplace: Certified Instructor Program

November 3-5, 2020

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