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Case Study: Was That Harassment?
In many organizations, people managers and individual contributors are required to report cases of harassment to HR. Often, this reporting requirement comes into play whether they witness an instance of harassment directly or it is reported to them by someone else.
No problem, right? You would recognize harassment if you saw it. You would be easily able to determine if a particular instance was a case of harassement. Or would you?
Join your colleagues as we review and discuss several case studies together. Our discussion will be inspired by an article from Harvard Business Review.
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American Honda graciously provides coffee for the RoundTable sessions. The on-site Starbucks conveniently opens at 7AM for your breakfast needs!
The RoundTable is an exciting approach that stimulates incredible conversation and insight around the topics and trends impacting our discipline.
We will read the selected piece aloud together for about 15 minutes. Then for the next 45 minutes, we offer everyone in attendance equal time to share their thoughts and experiences on or around the topic. Come explore with us!
The GEMS RoundTable format is provided by Sue Gabriele, President and Owner, Gabriele Educational Materials and Systems.
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The word “trust” sparks something in each of us – principles, concepts, lessons and so much more. Trust defines our choices and our actions. Join us as we apply the Text Study RoundTable practice to the thought-provoking topic of “Trust in the Workplace.”
The session will be facilitated by Lynnette Ward and the South Bay Special Division Team.
Lynnette Ward is a Career Development Consultant, specializing in management and career development, who believes in the power to choose our work. She has a unique ability to motivate and influence others to take action and adapt to change as she trains and coaches people across all functions and industries to build lifelong career management strategies.
8 Things Leaders Do That Make Employees Quit
Algorithms are becoming increasingly relevant in the workplace. Perhaps their most impressive, and relevant, capability is predicting which employees will quit.
But not every company has a fancy algorithm to help them out. Even predictive models that reveal who will quit don’t excel at explaining why they do. This is likely because the reasons people quit are deep-rooted and complex.
Why are people quitting? Join your colleagues as we review and discuss several recent insights gleaned from this data. Our discussion will be inspired by an article from Harvard Business Review.
To Coach Junior Employees, Start With 4 Conversations
Career coaching is crucial for recent college graduates and young people entering the workforce. Though many have scant experience, they’re making choices that will affect their lives long into the future.
The first three years in the workforce, in particular, have a significant impact on employees’ growth and confidence. Managers who coach can help them think strategically, chart their courses, and navigate the ups and downs along the way.
How do you coach these folks effectively? Join your colleagues as we review and discuss best practices, as well as our own experiences. Our discussion will be inspired by an article from Harvard Business Review.
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