Employee’s Guide to Managing Workplace Harassment

Employee’s Guide to Managing Workplace Harassment

Managing Boundaries in the Workplace

Suitable for: General staff
Recommended Duration: 3.5 hours

This interactive workshop trains employees to recognise workplace harassment, and how to resolve potential workplace harassment situations. Participants learn how to respond to such situations in an assertive yet tactful manner and how to draw boundaries diplomatically.

For further information on this workshop, please contact us.

Manager’s Guide to Managing Workplace Harassment

Manager’s Guide to Managing Workplace Harassment

Suitable for: Managers/HR
Recommended Duration: 4 hours

This advanced workshop trains managers on the fundamentals of recognising and avoiding workplace harassment, and equips them with knowledge of how to handle a complaint through fair, sensitive investigations and grievance handling. Participants are trained on how to avoid behaviours that might be construed as corporate bullying.

For further information on this workshop, please contact us.

Leader’s Guide to Managing Workplace Harassment

Leader’s Guide to Managing Workplace Harassment

Suitable for: Leaders/C-suite
Recommended Duration: 2 hours

This session equips leaders with the fundamentals of appreciating how an organisational culture of respect and inclusion underpins sustained high-performance. Case studies drawn from around the region are used to illustrate the nuances of workplace harassment, and the institutional risks involved in an age where organisations are one click away from a PR debacle.

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Harassment First Response

Harassment First Response

Suitable for: Employees nominated to formally receive and manager harassment complaints
Recommended Duration: 3.5 hours

First Responders are the first formal contact point for complainants. How he/she responds to formal complaints affects whether parties involved feel fairly treated by the organisation. This interactive workshop trains First Responders how to effectively respond to formal complaints with empathy, clarity and confidence.

Investigating Workplace Harassment

Investigating Workplace Harassment

23 Oct (Fri) 2020, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Virtual Instructor-led Training (via Zoom platform)

 

You’ve Got A Workplace Harassment Complaint: Now What?

 


Throughout the investigation process, have you ever caught yourself wondering if:

  • You could be asking the wrong questions, but which ones?
  • You’ve missed out interviewing a key stakeholder, but who?
  • There’s a better way of conducting the interview, but how?

Investigating workplace harassment complaints can sometimes feel like walking a tightrope over a ravine with no safety net underneath. A poorly handled investigation often makes matter worse, and may result in aggravating toxic work environments, reputational damages, trial by public opinion, and even legal disputes.

Using case studies and role-plays, this 3-hour workshop seeks to give you the tools to get to the other side of the tightrope with confidence by not only addressing the questions above, but will also provide you with a:

  • Step-by-step process
  • Checklist to ensure you avoid common costly mistakes
  • Template of important questions to cover during an interview

 

  Join us and learn how to conduct workplace harassment investigations in a comprehensive, professional, safe and fair manner!

 

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this training, participants will know:
1. Why it matters that an investigation is done right
2. What common mistakes companies to avoid
3. How to identify investigation stakeholders
4. How to conduct a fair interview
5. How to draft an investigation report

Facilitators:

 

Standard Price: S$ 500/pax
Covid-19 Special Promo: S$ 350/pax (Limited-time Offer Only)

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Catalyse is Asia Pacific’s leading expert in workplace harassment. With more than 20 years of experience working with victims of harassment, conducting research and surveys as well as advocating for policy changes, we help clients build inclusive workplaces in Singapore and the region. 

For more inquiries regarding this workshop, please contact +65 9223 4898, or catalyse@catalyse.sg

For other Catalyse workshops, please check out our WORKSHOPS section on our website.


Block 5 Dover Crescent #01-22
130005, Singapore

Building an Inclusive & Respectful Campus

Building an Inclusive & Respectful Campus

Suitable for: Staff and Faculty of institutes of higher learning
Recommended Duration: 3.5 hours

The unique web of relationships in institutes of higher learning (IHL) pose specific challenges to the conversation of professional boundaries. This interactive workshop can be customised to the respective needs of IHL’s staff, faculty and leadership to collectively build inclusive and respectful workplaces and campuses free of harassment.