"Stop Sexual harassment now"

Sexual harassment is not an epidemic. It never went away. All the solutions are supposedly in place, but they're clearly not working. So what's missing? And what are the best practices that private, public, and military organizations need to implement?  


Women are angry. Men are upset and fearful. And it seems like there’s a new incident in the headlines every day. 

There's been lots of training on sexual harassment, but the numbers haven't changed in 30 years. It's clear that current training approaches aren't working. Everyone’s concerned about sexual harassment, but no one knows what to do about it.

Organizations need to address the behavioral aspects of sexual harassment in the workplace. Your employees need to know what sexual harassment is and isn’t, how to stay out of trouble, and how to communicate about incidents.

It's not a compliance issue. It's a performance issue. Your training needs to include these topics:

  • The EEOC definition of harassment.
  • Court rulings that affect this definition.
  • An analysis of the latest public incidents and offenders
  • The 3 types of sexual harassment
  • 5 easy tests to avoid harassment
  • Cooper’s 6 Levels of Harassment™
  • Cooper’s 8 Offender Stereotypes™
  • The "say" versus "play" difference
  • The “male/female perception gap”
  • Body language “acceptable zones of touching”
  • Gender and “situational propriety”
  • Harassment vs. “men behaving badly”
  • Cursing in the workplace
  • Consensual office romances
  • Male denial attitudes

     … and all those tough questions from your attendees.