The diversity, equity, and inclusion, sexual harassment and respect in the workplace landscape has shifted dramatically.
Old approaches to tackling issues of sexual harassment and building workplace respect were rooted in a “compliance-centred” approach.
This status quo is no longer an option.
We need a new approach that is more heart and human-centred to transform attitudes and behaviours.
Read my new article as Executive Contributor for Brainz Magazine for tips on how to bring a heart and human-centred approach to sexual harassment and workplace respect work.
1. Focus on the Behavior, not the Person
2. Empower People to be Part of the Solution
3. Recognize Power Dynamics, and Tackle Sexual Harassment Myths
4. Customize Training
Thank you to Loretta J Ross (https://lorettajross.com/) whose transformative work on “calling in” is cited.