#TimesUp is a long time coming.


Will there be a rush of sexual harassment claims in 2018?

A meta-analysis of probability sample studies (randomly chosen participants) finds that of over 86,000 respondents, 58% believed they experienced sexual harassing behavior at work. Reasons for not reporting include shame, fear of retaliation, and not recognizing these behaviors as true sexual harassment. But even if they do, until it becomes an emotionally unbearable situation, most targets of harassment will wait. Now that it is politically correct to report, will companies know how to respond to the magnitude?

Add the interactive piece.


A live trainer is more powerful

Research finds that the "new content" is empathy training. Relationship-wise workshops provide the legal, but add the psychological piece that mental health professionals know inspires change. We take the traditional "what you need to know" workshop a step higher, add discussion, emotion (not too much), and keep it all safe. We also address highly specific problems separately, treat individuals, and recommend new responses that will discourage lengthy, expensive litigation.

We're calling it: training up.

Corporate-wise |School and Worship-Wise | Tech-wise | Team-wise

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