December 14, 2017
    Harassment in the workplace, plus other topics to end the year with

    Thinking Aloud, by Ed Dalere

    By Ed Dalere | 11/30/2017

    Here are TRENDS webinars offered in December. All of these webinars are offered for 1.5 CAE credits, and take place at 2-3:30 p.m. ET:

    Preventing Workplace Harassment and Discrimination: An HR Risk Management Webinar for Associations, Dec. 19: There is a new heightened awareness in society today. Daily we now hear and read allegations of harassment by high-profile figures. Also, people are becoming more aware of what is and isn’t fair and proper in the workplace. When celebrities and big corporations are involved it makes for good headlines, but imagine if one of those headlines is about your association, or one of your executives or officers? In this 90-minute webinar, two expert employment law attorneys provide clear and up-to-date guidance on keeping harassment and discrimination from undercutting productivity—and raising the risk of lawsuits. 

    Stand Out: Turning Your Continuing Education into a Competitive Advantage, Dec. 20: InspirEd’s founder and chief learning strategist Tracy King shows associations how to stand out in a crowded and competitive field by turning continuing education programs into impactful experiences. She’ll give you a proven model for elevating the quality and relevance of your existing learning program and turning it into a powerful competitive asset. In addition to learning how to take your program from good to great, you’ll walk through three case studies that offer real-world insights for troubleshooting common problems and setting your program apart from the competition.

    Chapters vs. National: Combat the Conflict, Dec. 21: Kyle Bazzy is nationally known for his success in helping chapter-based associations replace internal rifts with strong collaboration and shared purpose. He’ll show you how to recognize where trouble is brewing. From misperceptions to strategic misalignment in vision, you’ll learn how to spot disconnects between chapters and national. You’ll discover how to use communications and process changes to defuse tension, while harnessing solid governance and technology to rebuild trust and respect across the organization.

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