Consent in the Workplace: Practices to Reduce Harassment and Increase Satisfaction
Mon, Apr 4 from 11am - 1pm (Pacific)
Harassment, sexual or otherwise, is non-consensual by definition. It harms people and destroys an effective working environment. And it’s everywhere, across all industries and professions. Join us for a look at Consent skills you can use to reduce the amount and severity of harassment. And, while doing that, improve satisfaction and productivity.
Join us for this Skills Based Series as we use discussion, exercise, and examples to explore what a more consensual work life can look like. We’re going to explore how a consent framework can both improve productivity reduce issues of harassment, and improve employee retention. This isn’t an easy topic. There are a lot of issues, like power differences, deadline, office culture, and more that get in the way, but together we can figure out how to do it better.
- Class times are listed in Pacific Time. Use this Time Zone Converter to see what time the class will be for you: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
- All sexes, genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, relationship orientations welcome and celebrated
- No Restrictions or Prerequisites
- Zoom Links for the workshop will be sent via email the day before the start of each class.
- Sliding Scale tickets are open to anyone who needs them. Choose the ticket that is best for you.
- Questions? Please contact the Consent Academy at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please let us know by email if you have any access needs or things that would aid in your learning.
About the Consent Academy:
The Consent Academy is an educational collective based out of Seattle, WA. With over 60 years of education experience collectively, our approach incorporates disciplines of psychology, sociology, public health, psychotherapy, and personal coaching to create a systemic view of how consent impacts everyone from the bedroom to the boardroom. We believe consent is a part of everyday life, and its practice builds stronger, safer, and more connected communities.