While harassment may not be tolerated at the higher levels of management, it can be present in the lower echelons of the organization. A failure to deal with this jeopardizes the victim of harassment, the company, and the leader who observes it but fails to take appropriate action to eliminate it.
The real legal ramifications and consequences are becoming increasingly severe for the leader and company that turn a blind eye to this negative behavior. Additionally, leaders allow their authority to be undermined and diminished, which results in a measurable impact upon their professional and the company’s financial performance. What appears to be an easy decision to “look the other way” can have far-reaching career advancement implications.
Workplace Harassment provides strategies and techniques to apply and instruct employees about an organization’s workplace harassment policies. It helps leaders, managers and employees to implement their company’s workplace harassment and bullying policies and practices and drive them deep within the organization.
Its unique advantage is that it educates leaders how to identify and interpret the various factors and causes of bullying, intimidation and harassment as well as their roles and responsibilities to address and eliminate them. Additionally, it teaches leaders to identify, analyze and interpret the liability factors and issues regarding them.
THIS TRAINING GUIDE IS NOT INTENDED TO PROVIDE LEGAL ADVICE, BUT IS DESIGNED AS A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO IMPLEMENT AN ORGANIZATION’S POLICIES CONCERNING BULLYING, INTIMIDATION AND WORKPLACE HARASSMENT.
Problems Workplace Harassment Addresses
What is it worth to you if you could solve one or more of the following problems?
- Managers exhibit a lack of understanding of the appropriate actions for addressing and eliminating workplace harassment
- Managers employee ineffective strategies to monitor and control actions, and issues directly related or connected to workplace harassment
- Managers are incapable of eliminating peer pressure and intimidation in regard to workplace harassment
- Managers are unresponsive to employees and their problems and issues
- Inadequate leadership responsibility in regard to workplace harassment
- Managers fail to appropriately and adequately define issues and factors, which comprise workplace harassment
- Managers display an inability to identify and interpret the various factors and causes of workplace harassment
What You Will Learn
Workplace Harassment will teach you:
- How to appropriately and adequately define issues and factors, which comprise workplace harassment
- How to effectively evaluate the implications of workplace harassment
- How to identify and interpret the various factors and causes of workplace harassment
- How to analyze the ramifications of a poorly controlled workplace
- How to apply appropriate actions for addressing and eliminating workplace harassment
- How to identify, analyze and interpret liability factors and issues regarding workplace harassment
- How to develop leadership responsibility regarding workplace harassment
- How to identify and develop methods and strategies to monitor and control actions, and subsequent issues directly related or connected to workplace harassment
- How to define and analyze the impact of peer pressure and intimidation regarding workplace harassment