Timesup - What's Next in Workplace Culture

People & leadership

Video

Timesup - What's Next in Workplace Culture

Speakers: Monica Murray, CPA, CA, Monica Murray, Consultant, Vancouver, BC; Julie Moore, Esquire, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Employment Practices Group, President, Boston, MA; Brande Stellings, J.D., Previously with Catalyst, Diversity, Inclusion & Strategy Consultant, New York, NY; Jake Stika, Next Gen Men, Executive Director, Calgary, AB

  • Format

    Video

  • Level

    Basic

  • Duration

    75m

Listen to this powerful panel discuss how men and women can support their colleagues and ultimately shift workplace cultures toward a safe, fair, and dignified environment.

Learning outcomes

  • Recall the definition of harassment in the workplace
  • Identify suggestions of how to handle difficult situations involving harassment in the workplace

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Overview

We often hear news stories about sexual harassment in the entertainment, hospitality, factory, and agriculture industries. We know that harassment exists in the corporate world as well. How do we all move forward in this new landscape?

Listen to this powerful panel discuss how men and women can support their colleagues and ultimately shift workplace cultures toward a safe, fair and dignified environment.

Professional development

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Field of study: Business, People, and Leadership
Prerequisites:None
Programme level:Basic
Duration:75m
Format:Video
Access:This is a digital product. You will have access to the content for a year after purchase date.

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£35.00 (CIMA members only)

£45.00

VAT calculated on checkout

Speakers

  • Monica Murray, CPA, CA, Monica Murray, Consultant, Vancouver, BC

    The first two decades of Monica’s professional career has navigated her through the waters of finance, accounting, HR, executive leadership, board work, and entrepreneurship. She's also served for several years on the board of Forum for Women Entrepreneurs and the CPA Canada Women's Leadership Council. Monica was Principal, Diversity & Inclusion for CPA Canada giving her the opportunity to combine her extensive knowledge of the CPA profession and her passion for supporting diversity and women in business & leadership.

  • Julie Moore, Esquire, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Employment Practices Group, President, Boston, MA

    Julie A. Moore, Esquire, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is president and founder of Employment Practices Group in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Julie is a reformed litigator who is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. She focuses her practice on conducting internal investigations, being an expert witness on investigations and other employment issues, training employers on harassment prevention and other workplace topics, drafting policies and handbooks, and providing advice and counsel. Julie is a fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Attorneys, Vice Chair of the Town of Wellesley Human Resources Board, a former Board member of the Association of Workplace Investigators, past chair of the NH Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Law Section, and board member and program chair for the Greater Merrimack Valley Human Resources Association, a local SHRM chapter. She is extensively published and a frequent speaker on investigations and other workplace issues.

  • Brande Stellings, J.D., Previously with Catalyst, Diversity, Inclusion & Strategy Consultant, New York, NY

    Brande Stellings advises companies and boards on workplace culture and inclusion as an independent consultant. Until recently, she served as SVP, Advisory Services at Catalyst, leading Catalyst’s consulting practice and corporate boards practice. Through these roles, Brande worked closely with companies to accelerate the advancement of women through the pipeline and to the boardroom. In 2017 Brande was appointed as an independent member of the Fox News Workplace Professionalism and Inclusion Council, reporting to the company’s Board of Directors. She speaks to corporate audiences and is quoted frequently in the media, including The New York Times,The Washington Post, PBS and Fortune, as an expert on women’s leadership and diversity. Earlier in her career, Brande practiced law at NBC Universal Inc., where she served as Vice President, Litigation, and at Cravath, Swaine & Moore as a litigation associate. Brande serves on the Advisory Board of DirectWomen (Accelerating Board Opportunities for Women) and on the board of Akanksha Fund Inc, which supports education in India and is an ex-officio director of Legal Momentum (The Women's Legal Defense and Education Fund). Brande received her JD cum laude from Harvard Law School and graduated magna cum laude from Yale College.

  • Jake Stika, Next Gen Men, Executive Director, Calgary, AB

    Jake Stika is the Cofounder & Executive Director of Next Gen Men, a nonprofit organization engaging, educating, and empowering men and boys around gender in schools, communities, and workplaces. Jake has earned recognition from Ashoka, the British Council, the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, has spoken as part of the Canadian delegation at the United Nations as well as at the UN Women Safe Cities Initiative Global Forum.

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