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Training to Prevent Harassment and Discrimination

Ensuring that an organization's culture is free of harassment, discriminatory and discounting behaviors is critical. However, policies and procedures that mandate fair and respectful behavior is not enough. Understanding the legal implications alone does not ensure compliance.

PRISM provides proven training interventions designed to be proactive by increasing team members’ awareness and competence in identifying, stopping and preventing behaviors that disengage, discourage and demotivate – and that could be illegal.

These programs support organizations that are committed to preventing harassment, operating ethically and remaining compliant to Federal Regulations by providing a comprehensive approach to behavior change using program modules tied to business realities, skill building practice and take-away tools.

Every program is highly customized to ensure alignment with each organization’s culture, industry, policies, situation and time and budget considerations.

Our training programs are design around the following:

  • Concepts associated with Harassment/Discrimination
  • Behaviors associated with Harassment/Discrimination
  • Addressing Inappropriate Behaviors
  • Responding to Complaints and Managing the Post-Complaint Environment
  • Proactive Prevention of Harassment/Discrimination 

Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Training Options:

Web conferencing, eLearning and blended learning options are also available.


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What our clients say...

"I want to acknowledge the contributions that the PRISM facilitators and the PRISM support team are making to Bell Atlantic's EEO/Sexual Harassment training initiative. Our course evaluations tell us that your facilitators are doing an excellent job conveying the course's messages. Your firm's customer focused approach has added to the success of this huge project and made my life easier! Thanks."

Bell Atlantic (now Verizon)

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