Bite-size learning session

Sexual Harassment

What is sexual harassment? The #metoo movement has raised awareness of the extent to which both men and women have been subjected to unwanted sexual advance or activities. It is important that we all understand what is and what isn't sexual harassment, as well as what to do if you are sexually harassed.
  • Explore the pressing issue of combatting sexual harassment in the workplace
  • Identify behaviours that do/do not constitute sexual harassment
  • Identify specific steps to take
  • Training options for groups/teams & organisation-wide

Course Code: VILT-SH

90 mins (Perfect for use as part of a blended learning programme)

This programme is available for groups and teams

This 90-minute virtual session explores the big and pressing issue of combatting sexual harassment in the workplace: what is it, how to identify it, and what to do about it if you witness inappropriate behaviour. The topic will be brought alive using a number of typical scenarios, and you will also explore the global context, considering the impact of diversity & cultural differences, multiple generations in the workplace, and social media. You will also have the opportunity to practice how you might respond to sexual harassment from different perspectives.

 

This short session is suitable for anyone who is concerned about the potential impact of sexual harassment in their workplace and wants to know how to respond to it appropriately.

By the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Define what sexual harassment is and is not
  • Identify behaviours that do/do not constitute sexual harassment
  • Describe the global view on sexual harassment
  • Identify specific steps to take
Overview

This 90-minute virtual session explores the big and pressing issue of combatting sexual harassment in the workplace: what is it, how to identify it, and what to do about it if you witness inappropriate behaviour. The topic will be brought alive using a number of typical scenarios, and you will also explore the global context, considering the impact of diversity & cultural differences, multiple generations in the workplace, and social media. You will also have the opportunity to practice how you might respond to sexual harassment from different perspectives.

 

Is it right for me?

This short session is suitable for anyone who is concerned about the potential impact of sexual harassment in their workplace and wants to know how to respond to it appropriately.

What will I learn?

By the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Define what sexual harassment is and is not
  • Identify behaviours that do/do not constitute sexual harassment
  • Describe the global view on sexual harassment
  • Identify specific steps to take
For groups & teams

Up to 15 people per programme.

From £1200 (+VAT)

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