05 March, 2018 | (01 hr)
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This is the first of three special webcast series focusing on dysfunctional, abusive behavior in the workplace and what organizations, boards and senior leaders can do.
In this webcast, Jon Spector, President and CEO of The Conference Board, and Stephen Paskoff, President and CEO of ELI®, a training company that teaches professional workplace conduct and was cited in the EEOC’s 2016 Study on Workplace Harassment, discuss:
- The grave impact that abusive behavior has on employees, customers, shareholders and communities;
- How recent prominent workplace harassment crises arose even in the presence of espoused organizational values and compliance structures which should have prevented or detected such conduct; and
- What key leadership and operational steps should be in place beyond standard compliance measures, like hotlines and annual training, to build civil, inclusive cultures anchored by organizational values and daily behavior.
Learn several simple, practical models for analyzing an organization’s operations to determine if it is set up to resist or suffer a workplace cultural failure and public crisis.
Who Should Attend: Business leaders and C-Suite executives involved in managing workplace culture and anyone interested in how issues surrounding abuse of power affect their organization
Want more great insights on this important topic? Register now for our entire webcast series, Dysfunctional, Abusive Behavior in the Workplace: What Organizations, Boards & Senior Leaders Can Do.
Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq.
Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq., is the founder, president and CEO of ELI®, a training company that teaches professional workplace conduct, helping clients translate their values into behaviors, increase employee contribution, build respectful and...Full Bio
Jonathan Spector is the former president and CEO of The Conference Board, Inc., and is currently a senior advisor to the organization.
Spector joined The Conference Board after serving as Vice Dean of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He was responsible during his tenu...Full Bio