We made it easy to attend a self-guided learning event.

Whether you need one seat or a bundle of seats (single or multi-course bundles), we can get you up and learning quickly.
Course bundles have no expiration date.

Single seat

  • 1Complete the course registration form or email us
  • 2Login to the learning site
  • 3Access the course with the enrollment key

Course bundle

  • 1Purchase a seat bundle or email us for other bundles
  • 2Register participants as needed
  • 3Participants access the course with their enrollment key

WORKSHOP OUTLINE

The self-study course incorporates all of the elements of the in class and webinar content with asynchronous feedback from a facilitator.

Regardless of the format you choose, the training can be tailored to meet your specific needs.

The course is inquiry driven in order to spur engagement with the content. A key inquiry question for participants is as follows: "How could the concept of boundaries help me create a more respectful, professional and inclusive environment?"

At the close of the training, participants complete a Personal Next Steps Plan in order to solidify a commitment to appropriate and professional interactions. A certificate of completion is provided at the end of the training once the participant's Next Steps Plan is reviewed by the facilitator.

COURSE CURRICULUM

Reflection

  • Course overview
  • Introduction & Big ideas
  • Your learning goal & writing task

Awareness: Boundaries thinking

  • Definitions game
  • Sex-based boundaries
  • Humor
  • Giving compliments

Prevention: Personal next steps

  • Sex-based implicit bias
  • Social media boundaries
  • Creating a culture of inclusion (leaders only)
  • Personal next steps (action plan)
  • Final assessment of learning

COURSE BENEFITS:

The workshop will give you some practical tools and techniques that will improve your ability to:

  • Communicate effectively in a supportive and sensitive manner;
  • Understand the factors that drive your behavior;
  • Cultivate personal respect for differences.

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