Promoting a Culture of Respect - Training of Trainers Program
|Early - Sep 20||Regular - Oct 10|
HR practitioners tasked with implementing Sexual Harassment prevention training globally, at HQ and country offices
At the end of this program, participants will be able to use and implement a framework and model to “Promote a Culture of Respect” that prevents sexual harassment; incuding:
- Promoting a work environment that encourages respect
- Understanding sexual harassment and obligations to prevent it
- Understanding intercultural sensitivity
- Responding appropriately to sexual harassment concerns
- Identifying risk factors for work units and developing strategies to mitigate them
Participants will also be able to deliver a customized participatory training session in their own organization that builds the skills and knowledge of individual contributors and managers in promoting a culture of respect that prevents sexual harassment.
Specifically, participants will learn to:
- Develop and deliver the “Promoting a culture of respect” training to individual contributors / all staff and managers, which covers the following objectives:
- Customize the training to their organization and location
- Practice presenting key concepts of the training
- Incorporate learning reinforcement / provide follow-up learning support for the program
Training program will be highly participatory with interactive discussions, group exercises and opportunities for peer learning. Course materials and case studies are customized to the development sector context allowing for easy adoption.
This course is being presented in partnership with Bond. In accordance to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this is to inform you that Humentum will share the participant list, which include name, email address, and company, with Bond at the end of the course.
1120 20th St NW
Washington, DC 20036
The nearest Metro stop to the workshop is Farragut North on the Red Line. Find a map of the DC metro system here.
Participants are responsible for making and paying for their own hotel/lodging arrangements. We have found that www.hotels.com usually offers comparable or even lower rates than we are able to negotiate. We recommend attendees look for hotels in the Dupont Circle neighborhood. Check out some suggestions for convenient hotels.