This one-day skill-building participant-centered workshop uses interactive exercises, self-assessments, case studies, and simulations to enable supervisors to accept their responsibility for detecting and preventing sexual harassment in their work groups. The supervisors have an opportunity to: define what constitutes sexual harassment; assess their own myths and biases; and clarify when and how they should intervene when they become aware of an actual or potential sexual harassment situation. The supervisors also build the skills they should use in addressing and handling an individual whom the supervisor has observed harassing an employee, regardless of whether or not that individual is a subordinate, a non-subordinate employee, a peer, or a manager.
When they complete the workshop, they should have a clear understanding of the organization's policy prohibiting sexual harassment and their performance expectations as supervisors to enforce this policy through word and deed. They shoul