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Leadership Luncheon for Executive Council and Innovator Members

Houston, TX

Join us as we discuss one of the HR Trends of 2019 - civility in the workplace. Find out why every business, from startup to mature company, needs a civil workplace and how to create one.

Wed, Feb 27, 2019 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CST

The Remington at the St Regis Hotel
1919 Briar Oaks Ln
Houston, TX 77027

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One of the HR trends for 2019 is an emphasis on promoting civility in the workplace.

Employers must take the initiative in promoting a civil workplace. Workplace civility training is a multipurpose tool that promotes engagement, retention and leadership development. Furthermore, the EEOC has concluded that incivility in a workplace is a gateway drug to harassment. In light of the #metoo movement, this training is timely and critical. The EEOC is also now providing civility training and encouraging employers to focus on positive behaviors and not the historical anti-harassment training of just what not to do. The training reviews the definition of civility, why it matters and how to promote a civil workplace. Finally, it concludes with a self-assessment activity to check your own civil behaviors.

The registration fee of $40 will cover the cost of lunch and valet parking.

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Kristy Wallace

New York, NY

CEO at Ellevate Network

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Community Discussion
Mary Jo Lyons, CFP®

Not sure of my schedule yet but hope to attend. Erica has great insight from an HR and employee relations perspective. I look forward to hearing what she has to say on this.

February 6, 2019

Mariam Jacob

Yes! I loved hearing her insights at the Book Club event. Hope you can make it, Mary Jo!

February 7, 2019