#metoo, us too and how to respond to workplace bullying, sexual harassment
Elizabeth Lacey (Lacey & Co), Kieran Pender (International Bar Association) and Sylvain Mansotte (Whispli)
A fireside chat on how organisations can set the right tone and environment to address Workplace Bullying & Sexual Harassment. Looking at some recent Workplace Bullying & Sexual Harassment cases, our panellists will share their experience and thoughts on preventative measures organisations can implement now to proactively address these matters.
Elizabeth, Kieran, Sunny and Sylvain will discuss:
- What are some of the ‘Red flags’ to watch out for
- The social and economic impact of Workplace Bullying & Sexual harassment
- Initial steps organisations can work towards to drive positive change
- Practical tools & ideas available to organisations to set the right tone
Elizabeth Lacey is a Principal and founder of Lacey & Co. The Integrity Group. A passion for human rights and a desire for social justice were the fuel for our Principal Elizabeth’s arts and law degrees, and after 20 years of practice, that focus remains and is channelled through her work as founder of Lacey & Co.
Kieran Pender is a senior legal advisor with the International Bar Association (IBA) Legal Policy and Research Unit, and a Visiting Fellow at The Australian National University (ANU) Centre for International and Public Law. He has led the IBA’s work on diversity and inclusion in legal workplaces, and is the author of Us Too? Bullying and Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession (2019).
Founder and CEO of Whispli. Sylvain Mansotte combines 20+ years of experience in supply chain, procurement, compliance, risk management, in addition to his experience as a whistleblower on a $20m+ fraud.
Sunny Jobson is in charge of finance at Whispli. She has more than 17 years of experience in enterprise and startup organizations (Paypal, Ebay, 20th Century Fox)
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