The Respectful Workplace: Connecticut Manager

Learning objectives

  • Recognize harassing behavior
  • Distinguish between illegal discrimination and abusive conduct
  • Identify the groups protected from employment discrimination by law
  • Know to whom you should report discriminatory or harassing conduct
  • Understand your leadership role in preventing workplace harassment
  • Know what to do when you get a report of discriminatory or harassing conduct
  • Understand what to do if you, as a manager, are accused of discriminatory or harassing conduct
  • Recognize appropriate corrective action
  • Identify the characteristics of a group norm
  • Indicate what the manager's role is once the group establishes norms
  • Recognize behavior coaching opportunities
  • Identify the benefits of workplace diversity
  • Recognize that individual behavior influences the workplace atmosphere
  • Identify how you can model kindness and respect at work
  • Identify how to keep biases from harming work relationships

Course overview

This course will help managers in Connecticut meet the requirements of Connecticut's mandatory harassment training requirement. Specifically, what the federal law states, definitions and protected classes, reporting resources and remedies.

  • 126 minutes
  • English
Course Outline
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Identifying Discrimination
  • Stop Harassment in its Tracks
  • Expect the Best
  • Receiving Complaints
  • Establish Respect Norms
  • Coaching Conversations
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • The Power of Your Example
  • Unconscious Bias
  • Connecticut Harassment Protections
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