Managing Misconduct in the #MeToo Era
Protect Against Fraud and Sexual Misconduct
In this social climate, it is critical that we educate ourselves on the ways in which people throughout our organizations can abuse their power for personal gain at the expense of colleagues and the organization itself. Abuses vary from coercing colleagues to misrepresent business metrics, to shaming or demoting those who question decisions, to sexual harassment in its many forms.
The consequences of such abuses in the workplace can be devastating. A toxic culture leads to high turnover, loss of trust, loss of productivity when reeling from the emotional impacts, destruction of reputations, careers and families. Then there's potential jail time or personal fines for the abusive leader and complicit parties which result in brand/public relations nightmares and a drop in company valuations.
Stephanie shares her personal experience, academic research, and original models to illuminate areas of liability, shame, and blame. You'll learn how you can protect yourself, your colleagues, and your organization from covert ways that abuse of power happens in the workplace.
Corporation boards and Founders seeking to not hire predatory CEOs
Executive leaders (and leaders climbing the ladder) concerned about a range of issues from misconduct of peers to potential false accusations
Champions of Conduct and Culture (Human Resources, Legal & Compliance, Finance) looking to profile predatory leaders and put systems in place to minimize their damage and protect vulnerable employees
Defeating Abuse of Power: (30 minutes) Learn the Psychology of perpetrators and targets of fraud and sexual misconduct – FREE to professional associations and colleges
Managing Misconduct in the #MeToo Era (2 hour Interactive Training)
Participants will learn:
The Psychology of perpetrators and targets of fraud and sexual misconduct
Clues manipulation may be happening in your organization
Tips to protect against false accusations
How decent folks slip into inappropriate relations or offend others
November 7, 2019, 11am-1pm in Austin - $90/participant
Alternatively, book a private event at your date and place - $2,750 for up to 30 participants (Reduced to $2,500 for single entity booking and paying for 4 or more groups)