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    Leading for Respect Training

    Date: February 6, 2020, 8:00am – 5:30pm
    SHRM Guam Chapter
    Westin Resort & Spa - more details to come
    $50 (SHRM Guam Chapter Members) / $60 (Non-Members)
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    Program Overview

    Supervisors, don’t miss out on this training opportunity – Leading for Respect.

    We have the honor of having Fran Sepler for another day. She has conducted over 1,000 workplace investigations, served as an expert witness regarding employer response to employee complaints, and provided anti-harassment, anti-bullying and implicit bias training for thousands of organizations. She has also conducted workplace climate assessments for myriad workplaces of all sizes.

    Leading for Respect, supervisors learn to respond appropriately to concerns and complaints made by employees – focusing on the employee’s perceptions of fairness and the supervisor’s responsibility to respond with emotional intelligence. Supervisors also discuss how they create a sense of respect for their employees. They practice the skills in the training. Finally, supervisors are taught to coach employees whose behavior might be a problem – early intervention into small problems. The coaching model is simple, but effective. Supervisors conduct a simulated coaching session to cement the model.

    Leading for Respect and Respect in the Workplace are training programs that go above and beyond traditional anti-harassment training. The content is built around the universal desire for a respectful workplace. While counterproductive and unlawful behavior are covered, the focus is on building individual skills to equip supervisors and employees to actively address behavior that is uncivil or disrespectful while reminding them of their responsibilities in cases of more serious behavior.


    There will be two sessions for this training: February 6, 2020 from
    8:00am – 12:00pm OR 1:30pm – 5:30pm

    Reserve the time that best fits your schedule as seats are limited to the first 75 who signs up!