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Harassment prevention policies and harassment prevention training have really become about checking the compliance box, rather than actually preventing harassment. Instead, your best defense is creating a culture that leaves no room for harassment because speaking up is comfortable. That is, your best defense is inviting employees to resolve the issue internally. Your best defense is a workplace culture that prevents harassment.

In this course we discuss preventive training measures, steps to consider such as evaluating gender pay gaps, and stepping in when people act in legal ways that are still bad for your organization (e.g., incivility). Allowing incivility to occur opens the door for worse behavior, because it signals to your workforce that your core values and talk about teamwork is moot. This course will take you to the next level of harassment prevention. 

Learning Objectives

  • Explore the similarities between incivility, conflict, harassment, bullying, and violence
  • Recognize aggression and harassment as a social phenomenon, and why addressing it as a social problem is necessary
  • Identify the risks of allowing negative behaviors to thrive
  • Discover tips for creating a culture that does not tolerate harassment or bullying
  • Identify the three steps of intervention to address negative (albeit legal) behavior, such as incivility or bullying
  • Discover a simple tool for coaching those engaging in incivility or bullying
Last updated/reviewed: June 12, 2021

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This is one of the best presentations on why an organization should establish and maintain a positive work environment and culture. The course was the opposite of what I thought it was going to be.


Course Complexity: Intermediate

No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.



Education Provider Information

Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
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Course Syllabus
  4:07Introduction to Tips for Harassment Prevention Measures that Actually Prevent Harassment
  9:03Reporting Harassment
  9:10Different Behaviors
  15:23Different Behaviors Continued..
  9:39Training & Climate Assessment
  3:37Management Accountability & Reward Exemplary Behavior
  5:09Actively Create Equity & Core Values
  10:46Address All Negative Behavior & Legal Behavior
  3:02Implement a Healthy Workplace Policy & Offer Many Chanel's for Complaints
  2:02Be An Example & Conclusion
  1:11:57Tips for Harassment Prevention Measures that Actually Prevent Harassment
  PDFSlides: Tips for Harassment Prevention
  PDFTips for Harassment Prevention Glossary/Index