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Intergenerational Sensitivity and Bystander Intervention-AM Session


This short, interactive session (4 hours) describes that today?s workforce is not just diverse in culture and gender. Employees of all ages are now working together in teams and workgroups. In this high-impact training course, you will learn and practice techniques for techniques for communicating, collaborating and working with coworkers and customers from all generational backgrounds. Bystander Intervention is recognizing a potentially harmful situation or interaction and choosing to respond in a way that could positively influence the outcome. In this interactive program, we?ll teach you how to identify potential harassment, recognize when intervention is appropriate, and strategies for active bystander intervention. You?ll learn safe and effective techniques for intervening and how to overcome the challenges that often accompany an intervention. As a result of this session, participants will be able to: Explore the five generations in the workplace. Examine workplace characteristics of each generation. Identify the styles, ethics, values and perceptions of each generation. Create a positive, productive environment where are generations are appreciated. Define bystander intervention. Identify the stages of bystander intervention. Apply techniques for effective intervention. The content and discussion topics in this training course center around harassment in the workplace and may be perceived as emotionally and intellectually challenging at times. The course facilitators are committed to ensuring the training is a space where everyone can engage respectfully, empathetically and thoughtfully.

Tuition Fee
Event Days
Single Day Event
Start Date
End Date
Acquisition Course (FAI CSOD)
Class Times
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM