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Speaker: Geoffrey Scheer  | Managing Director, Access Communications

Discrimination and harassment can wreak havoc on an organization. At best, they’re a distraction. At worst, they bring companies to their knees.

During this engaging and hands-on workshop Geoffrey Scheer and his team of professional actors will reenact scenes of discrimination, harassment, challenges to leadership and other workplace issues, live and in front of you. Then you, the audience, will have the chance to offer up your expertise as we guide our characters toward effective resolutions of each challenge.

Focusing on topics such as gender inequality, sexual harassment, unconscious bias and more, you will have the opportunity to lend your voice to this important discussion of how we can make the workplace an environment where everyone feels respected, valued and safe.

Come join us at Acting with Respect and experience the only workplace drama you need!


Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss the importance of diversity and harassment awareness training; it’s the “right” thing to do (moral and ethical reasons) and it’s the “smart” thing to do (legal and financial considerations)
  2. Explore alternative, “outside-the-box” training methods
  3. Review the importance of empathy in training

SHRM BoCK Competencies:

  1. Ethical Practice
  2. Communication
  3. Relationship Management