Rather than focusing on the law exclusively, CTL focuses on a wide range of behaviors to offer a comprehensive learning solution based on realistic business simulations. With simple and sustainable learning models and tools, your leaders will develop skills proven to positively impact your workplace culture, and agency mission.
Civil Treatment® for Leaders – Government leverages proven adult learning methodologies to provide a dynamic, diverse, and experiential learning.
CTL addresses your agency’s most compelling and urgent priorities for creating and maintaining a civil, productive, and inclusive work environment including: welcoming concerns, coaching and managing performance, addressing inappropriate behavior, making employment decisions, and modeling the behaviors that ensure an inclusive work environment.
Civil Treatment for Leaders simulates some of the most important conversations your leaders will have with their people.
Civil Treatment for Leaders – Government is a full day of instruction that can be taught by one of ELI’s professional instructors or your own ELI-certified instructors. ELI® offers an HRCI accredited train-the-trainer certification program.
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November 12 – 14, 2019
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“As managers…we can be more aware of our treatment of others and how other supervisors are treating their employees. We need to be the solution and not tolerate the existing conditions…”
The Interior Department has launched a new zero tolerance policy for harassment and discrimination in its National Park Service workplaces–ranging from cubicle farms to the wide open spaces–after a survey revealed that two-fifths of its employees had experienced that type of misconduct while on the job.
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Stephen Paskoff was interviewed by Mike Causey on Federal News Radio about the problem of harassment in the workplace. Click here to listen to the interview.