Tuesday, June 12
9 am - 12 pm
Rollins Congressional Club
1621 Martha Terrace
Rockville, MD 20852
Workplace incivility is a behavior that’s not necessarily meant to cause offense but often comes across as rude, thoughtless or simply unprofessional, and it is a growing problem for many companies.
More than a quarter of employees report they’ve quit a job because of an uncivil work environment. Unfortunately, most never report uncivil treatment because they don’t think it will be taken seriously. Instead, 94% of employees retaliate, 66% intentionally decrease their work efforts while 26% simply quit because they aren’t being treated with courtesy and respect.
Sexual harassment training is essential to your defense. Some state legislatures have mandated it and more than one-half of all state legislatures have addressed it. How do we define sexual harassment and how do we prevent sexual harassment from happening? Learn what constitutes sexual harassment and precautions you can take at work while forced into an uncomfortable situation.
Participate in this powerful program to discover the fastest, most effective techniques for addressing toxic behavior and sexual harassment and stopping incivility once and for all. Learn how to take action and handle sexual harassment and incivility. You’ll gain proven strategies for increasing respect and cooperation between team members (even when they disagree) and see employee productivity and problem-solving skills soar.
Who Should Attend?
Managers, supervisors, HR professionals, team leaders and any professional in a leadership position who wants to improve collaboration and productivity in the workplace should attend this seminar.The cost to attend the seminar is $95 for PMA members and $125 for nonmembers. Visit http://bit.ly/civility2018 to reserve.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Victoria (Vicky) Kothari is a multitalented professional who has a vast array of experience in the areas of business, law an teaching. Her background includes expertis in accounting, interviewing, negotiating potential resolution of legal issues and explaining benefit packages to employees.
Vicky is an experienced instructor with many years’ experience facilitating training for students, post-graduate professionals and high-level board members. Her experience as an attorney provides her the tools to react to participant questions and situations with great consideration and skill.