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Despite the recent focus on harassment by the #MeToo movement, abuses of power are a persistent and widespread workplace issue. How can organizations combat harassment and improper behavior? It starts with culture. The Conference Board will offer a complimentary webcast series to the public on how the failure of organizational culture leads to toxic behaviors and what your organization can do to ensure a safe environment.

We are pleased to partner with two outstanding organizations for this webcast:

  • Employment Learning Innovations, Inc., an award-winning company at the forefront of this issue and cited in the EEOC’s  2016 Study on Workplace Harassment
  • Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, an international law firm which has been providing clients with simple, actionable approaches to their most complex legal and business challenges since 1946

 

Dysfunctional, Abusive Behavior in the Workplace

Special Report

A written distillation of the three webcasts


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Why Organizational Culture Is So Critical In Stopping Abusive Workplace Behavior

March 5, 2018 at | 10:00AM EST | Special Webcast

Join TCB's President & CEO, Jon Spector, along with an expert panel from ELI Inc., who will discuss the issue of abuse of power in the workplace. Learn to analyze an organization’s operations to determine if it is set up to resist or suffer a workplace cultural failure and public crisis.


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Why Board Oversight is Critical in Helping Stop Harassment

March 6, 2018 | 12:00PM EST | Governance Watch Webcast

With the rising wave of #MeToo revelations and high-profile resignations across industries, how can the board and senior management prepare for high-level sexual harassment cases? Co-hosted by Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, join our panel of experts with legal, corporate and governance expertise to discuss how the board and management should respond to this important movement.


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Why Leaders Are So Critical in Stopping Abusive Behavior

March 20, 2018 12:00PM EST | Special Webcast

Join our expert panel to discuss actions industry leaders are taking to build professional, inclusive, “speak-up” cultures and prevent cultural failures from leading to abuses of power, harassment, other misconduct and organizational crisis.

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Series Moderators

Jonathan Spector
Digital transformation, economic trends and best management practices
Senior Advisor, Former President and CEO
The Conference Board

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Jonathan Spector

Douglas Chia
Corporate and board governance, shareholder engagement
Leader, Corporate Governance Center
The Conference Board
douglas.chia@conferenceboard.org

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Douglas Chia

Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D.
Building highly engaging cultures, human capital analytics, trends in executive coaching, CEO succession, employee engagement
Executive Vice President, Human Capital; Executive Director, The Engagement Institute™
The Conference Board
rebecca.ray@conferenceboard.org

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Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D.

Series Speakers

Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq.
President
ELI®

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Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq.

Jennifer Kennedy Park
Partner
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

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Jennifer Kennedy Park

Kimberly Spoerri
Partner
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

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Kimberly Spoerri

Dr. Shelton Goode
Executive Director, Diversity and Inclusion
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority

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Dr. Shelton Goode

David M. Ratcliffe
Retired Chairman, President, CEO
Southern Company

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David M. Ratcliffe
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