ELI offers our award-winning training series, Civil Treatment®, in customized versions for federal government agencies. Both Civil Treatment for Leaders and Civil Treatment for Employees have been updated to specifically to address the concerns and issues related to federal government agencies. 

Civil Treatment® for Leaders – Government leverages proven adult learning methodologies to provide a dynamic, diverse, and experiential learning.

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Civil Treatment® for Employees – Government provides individuals and teams with skills and insights required to enhance inclusion and productivity.

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Why did we create these new versions?

Your federal workplace is evolving and so are our learning solutions. The EEOC’s Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace (2016) prompted ELI to take a look at our current versions of Civil Treatment for Leaders (CTL) and Civil Treatment Employees (CTE) to see where we needed to make changes to meet the needs of our federal government audience. These new government-specific versions of Civil Treatment not only responds and acknowledges the EEOC report, but also strengthens and bolsters the role of bystanders in the workplace and incorporates EEOC guidance to accessibility in the workplace by using closed captions in all of our CTL and CTE government videos. ELI partnered with our current federal clients and engaged the services of a federal workplace subject matter expert to create two earning solutions that best reflects your unique work environment.

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Introduction to New Federal Government Civil Treatment® Programs

In this recorded webcast, Tucker Miller, Esq and Paula Garlen walk through our recently updated Civil Treatment for Leaders – Government learning solution as well as our brand new federal government version for employees, Civil Treatment for Employees – Government. This 42 minute sessions gives you an exclusive look at the new 2018 programs which both include a new module on abusive/bullying behavior and bystander intervention.
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