COLUMBUS, Ohio (PRWEB) November 14, 2018
With over thirty years of experience in talent development and career transition services, Career Partners International (CPI) has provided clients with the tools to navigate through decades of change in the workplace. Despite the best preparations, new challenges continually emerge for HR and Management teams.
Join us for the CPI Webinar Series on December 11th, to discuss civility in the workplace at a time when it has relevance in relation to the lessons we are absorbing from the #MeToo movement. In our world today, this complex subject continues to be front of mind for employers and employees, changing the dynamics and cultures of many organizations. As an expert in this critical subject, Gary Cormier will be presenting “Workplace Civility on a Continuum” to assist professionals in beginning to address this difficult topic.
Gary Cormier joins us from Harvard University as a Senior Human Resources and Organizational Development Consultant. This foundational session will explore the business case for workplace civility as well as the implications of incivility. It will help identify uncivil, inappropriate, negative, or bullying behaviors in the workplace and what can be done to mitigate them. Finally, the session concludes with ways to make civility part of your organization’s overall culture.
The CPI webinar is on December 11th at 11:00 AM EST, all Managers and HR Professionals are welcome to join. Registration is free and open to the entire CPI network. Gary will deliver a thirty-minute presentation with time after for Q&A. Registration is now open at CPIworld.com.
About Career Partners International LLC.
Career Partners International was founded in 1987 and is one of the largest consultancies in the world. With over 350 offices in over 50 countries, Career Partners International is a leading provider of outplacement, career management, executive coaching, and leadership development services to clients and their employees worldwide.