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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 session 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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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 prevent cultural failures from leading to abuses of power, harassment, other misconduct, and organizational crisis.
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Why Organizational Culture Is So Critical In Stopping Abusive Workplace Behavior

In this webcast, Jon Spector, President and CEO of The Conference Board, and Stephen Paskoff, President and CEO of ELI®, a training company that teaches professional workplace conduct and was cited in the EEOC’s 2016 Study on Workplace Harassment, discuss the grave impact that abusive behavior has on employees, customers, shareholders and communities.
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A Focus on Diversity and Inclusion

It’s not always egregious, headline-grabbing problems that affect an organization’s bottom line. Today’s most successful organizations know that working through more subtle Diversity and Inclusion issues is key to reaching their full potential. Get a snapshot of our new Diversity and Inclusion program in this two-hour virtual Diversity and Inclusion webcast.
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Civil Treatment Workplace in Uncivil Times

With the recent tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the upheaval at Google last week, conversations and turbulence may arise and affect our workplaces. This is a time for organizations to reaffirm their values of civility, respect, and inclusion, and to reinforce their commitment to professional workplace behavior.

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Reboot Your Harassment Training: A Download of the Latest EEOC Report

Register to watch the webcast on-demand right now! Nearly 1/3 of all EEOC charges in 2015 were related to workplace harassment… and the EEOC wants that to change. After more than a year of study, the Commission has released new research and recommendations on how to prevent harassment in the workplace.

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Getting People Issues Right in Successful M&A’s

In partnership with The Conference Board

(October 6, 2015) As the Wall Street Journal recently reported, mergers and acquisitions are at a record pace. No matter the size or type of the deal, their success or failure may hinge on how people act, treat one another, and lead and the culture[s] and mutual behavioral expectations of the combined organizations.

This webcast addresses the following questions:

  • What should organizations do before a merger or acquisition is finalized to determine if it will work?
  • What common issues arise post-acquisition, and how can they be minimized?
  • What are the core cultural requirements?
  • What are best practices in terms of building a common culture?

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The Subtle Impact of Exclusion: Overcoming Unconscious Bias Webcast

In partnership with The Conference Board

(January 12, 2015) Many subtle behaviors taken for granted in the workplace can hinder collaboration and undermine diversity efforts. To maximize the business impact, focus on inclusion by using daily practices that allow your workforce to contribute all their talents. Recent diversity efforts are helping organizations overcome more overt forms of bias. But there are many subtler acts of exclusion (unconscious or implicit bias) that can create less-recognized, but equally real risks. Unaddressed, unconscious biases can derail initiatives designed to build more diverse and inclusive workplaces.
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An Introduction to Civil Treatment® for Employees

(November 4, 2014) This 1-hour webcast facilitated by ELI’s Assistant Vice President of Client Consulting, Tucker Miller, Esq., will provide participants with knowledge about ELI’s newest learning solution, Civil Treatment® for Employees (CTE). Webcast attendees will also preview some of the new learning modules and videos in Civil Treatment for Employees. At the end of the webcast, ELI will provide information where the public can obtain more information about CTE delivery methods and materials.
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An Introduction to Civil Treatment for Employees for ELI’s Certified Instructor Community™ (CIC)

(November 4, 2014) Paula Garlen, ELI’s Implementation and Delivery Program Manager, facilitates this 1-hour webcast, which provides pertinent information about ELI’s newest learning solution, Civil Treatment for Employees (CTE). Webcast attendees will also get to preview some of the new learning modules and videos in Civil Treatment for Employees. At the end of the webcast, ELI will provide information where the Certified Instructor Community can obtain more information about CTE delivery methods and materials.
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An Introduction to Civil Treatment for Leaders (CTL)

(July 23, 2014) Facilitated by ELI’s Assistant Vice President of Client Consulting, Tucker Miller, Esq., this one-hour webcast provided participants with knowledge about ELI’s newest learning solution, Civil Treatment for Leaders (an updated version of Civil Treatment® for Managers). Webcast attendees previewed some of the new learning modules and videos in Civil Treatment for Leaders. At the end of the webcast, ELI provided information where the public can obtain more information about CTL delivery methods and materials.
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An Introduction to Civil Treatment for Leaders for ELI’s Certified Instructor Community (CIC)

(July 23, 2014) Facilitated by ELI’s Implementation and Delivery Program Manager, Paula Garlen, this one-hour webcast provided participants with knowledge about ELI’s newest learning solution, Civil Treatment for Leaders (an updated version of Civil Treatment for Managers). Webcast attendees previewed some of the new learning modules and videos in Civil Treatment® for Leaders. At the end of the webcast, ELI provided information where the Certified Instructor Community can obtain more information about CTL delivery methods and materials.
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Elarbee Thompson and ELI Webcast
Your Evolving Business: The Impact of Social Media on Internal and External Stakeholders

(May 20, 2014) In this webcast, various attorneys from Elarbee, Thompson, Sapp & Wilson, LLP and ELI’s Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq. and Paula Garlen discussed new and evolving challenges that businesses face, particularly the impact social media has on internal and external stakeholders.

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It’s Not Yesterday’s Workplace Anymore: New and Evolving Challenges for Employers

In partnership with Hunton & Williams, LLP

(March 6, 2014) In this webcast, various partners from Hunton & Williams, LLP and ELI’s Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq. and Tucker Miller, Esq. discussed new and evolving challenges for employers as the workplace and employer/employee interactions continue to extend beyond the physical work setting to social networks.
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Beyond Law & Compliance: Achieving a Civil Workplace

In partnership with The Conference Board

(November 20, 2013 at 3:00 PM ET) Your organization is striving to improve productivity and other outcomes, and your employees are a critical component of your organization’s success. Have you considered how moving beyond a purely legal compliance culture to a civil workplace that focuses on your organization’s values, cultural change, and employee behaviors can affect your business results and reduce legal risk?

Organizational leaders must recognize that certain workplace behaviors — such as building respectful, civil, and inclusive workplaces that minimize a wide range of hazards, including noncompliance — contribute to and drive desired business results.

In this webcast, Steve Bucherati (Chief Diversity Officer of The Coca-Cola Company) and Stephen Paskoff (President and CEO of ELI) will focus on moving beyond a purely legal compliance corporate culture to a civil, respectful, and inclusive workplace that focuses on organizational values, behavior and cultural change.
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Trust in Business

In partnership with the Conference Board

(May 8, 2013) Trust in business, and more specifically business leaders, presents a bold and difficult challenge for the business community. In the past, a focus on the bottom line seemed to address the needs and expectation of key stakeholders. But as the 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer® points out, that singular focus on profit is no longer enough. With public trust that business leaders will tell the truth at below 20 percent, the question is what business leaders and the business community as a whole can do to begin to rebuild those relationships.
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