Too often, organizations respond to sexual harassment in ways that are ineffective, if not counter-productive. A good part of the issue is that our focus is on responding to negative behaviors and not on fostering the type of organizational culture we’d actually like. This program will take a critical look at sexual harassment policy and help participants identify and develop more effective strategies toward building a healthy workplace.
During this meeting, the speaker will help us:
Identify the relationships between sexual harassment, organizational culture, and broader systems of power
Recognize the shortcomings of traditional responses to sexual harassment in the workplace
Demonstrate an understading of the concept of collective efficacy and its relationship to workplace harassment
Identify and develop strategies toward building collective efficacy within an organization, helping to prevent workplace harassment in the first place
More about the Speaker:
Dr. Lilley is a sociologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. His research and teaching focus on systems of intersectional inequality, collective behavior and social change, social and criminal justice policy, and media.
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PO Box 513
La Crosse, WI 54602