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HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS TRAINING

Tools for a More Productive Workforce

human effectiveness training

Your organization today is forced to do more with less, so your employees need the tools to become a productive, more capable contributor. That means you need an effective training solution that provides real, transferable skills. Here is what you can expect from certified Ulliance trainers/training:

  • Tools and skills that are immediately transferable to the job
  • Experiential exercises
  • Proven results
  • Experts in human behavior and human effectiveness
  • Affordable, short-term courses to launch your internal initiative
  • Customized programs to address specific issues
  • Multiple delivery options
  • Training provided globally

Let our experts add value to the personal and professional development of your employees and management team. We specialize in high-impact training with programs customized to your needs—ranging from just one hour to multiple days.

Engaging Tools to Build Real-life Applicable Skills

SAMPLE OF AVAILABLE TRAINING COURSES

Training can be customized to meet your specific needs. Below are the categories of the types of trainings we offer:

How to Be Part of The #MeToo Movement

Offer a sexual harassment awareness training to your employees

Maintaining a safe and productive workplace is a legal responsibility of all employers. Employees need accurate and practical information to identify, prevent and report forms of workplace harassment. Recent court decisions, guidelines and state laws make it essential for employers to provide harassment training.

Raise awareness among your employees surrounding harassment in the workplace utilizing our Human Effectiveness Training programs. Our training consists of:

Harassment Awareness
Check your existing knowledge of harassment in the workplace

Review of Current Harassment Legislation

  • Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • State specific laws

Defining Harassment

  • Explanation of EEOC guidelines
  • Types of harassment: quid pro quo and hostile work environment

In the Workplace

  • Raising our level of sensitivity
  • What to expect during an investigation
  • Identifying and avoiding risky behaviors
  • Consequences for harassment and review of company policy

Dealing with Harassment

  • Steps to take if you feel you are a victim of harassment
  • Responding to accusations of harassment

“After an Harassment Awareness Training Workshop, the presentation proved to be an eye-opener for our township department. Team members began to identify a non-sexual harassment situation that was plaguing the group. Ulliance developed a customized plan of action to confidentially address the harassing employee’s behavioral problems, resulting in a 180-degree shift in conduct. Team members and staff from other departments noticed a night and day change in the individual’s behavior within days! “Michigan Township