CEU workshop for HR professionals: May 10
Have you heard? We are pre-approved!
Join us for our upcoming Not Suitable for Work and learn how to recognize discrimination, retaliation, or a microaggression and how to respond in a productive manner to make positive change.
- Date: Friday, May 10, 2019
- Time: 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
- Location: Catharsis Productions Offices: 805 N Milwaukee Ave, 2nd floor. Chicago, IL 60642
- Early bird rate (until April 19): $199
- After April 19: $249
- HRCI recertification hours (CEU’s): 1.5
The use of this seal confirms that this activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.
Diversity & Inclusivity
Research shows diversity improves performance. Studies show that ethnically-diverse companies are 35% more likely to outperform their peers financially and gender-diversity 15%*. Inclusive teams outperform their peers by 80% in team-based assessments**. But diversity and inclusivity are not just reached by hiring a diverse group of people. Your staff needs to feel respected, included, and motivated to contribute. If you can increase positive communication and cross-cultural understanding, you are actively promoting wellness, continuing education and a healthier culture for your organization.
If you think- “Yes I need to get to this, but how?” our new program, Not Suitable for Work can help you get this important initiative underway in your company. Let us be part of your tool box to create a respectful work environment, dismantle bias culture, and recognize harmful predispositions and stereotypes.
Catharsis Productions uses humor, interactive talk, and exercises to create an impactful and meaningful learning environment for all participants. NSFW utilizes research from psychology and adult learning theory mixed with real world discussion and examples of cultural differences happening around us. Participants will walk away with an understanding which:
Enables them to see their own biases and privileges
Explains what micro-aggressions are, why people commit them and how we can prevent them
Identifies what bias statements are and how to respond them
Empowers everyone to be part of the solution in fostering a more respectful and productive working environment.