Promoting Active Bystanders to Address Workplace Microaggressions
December 16, 2020
Improve employee job satisfaction and effectiveness by actively addressing workplace microaggressions.
Microaggressions – commonplace daily verbal or behavioral indignities that create negative, uncomfortable, workplace environments – can be successfully addressed via an active bystander approach.
Save your seat now for a FREE 1-hour online webinar that will show you how Get A (Collective) GRIP on microaggressions, a distinctive framework developed by UMass Lowell’s Center for Women & Work, can make a huge impact on employees and their effectiveness.
Webinar Learning Outcomes
- Understand the concept and importance of active bystander intervention
- Recognize personal and systemic barriers to bystander action
- Understand the importance of embedding this effort within your organization
- Gain an overview of CWW’s “Get A Collective GRIP” strategic framework for bystander intervention
Meg A. Bond, Ph,D, is a Distinguished University Professor, Director of the Center for Women & Work, and Professor of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
Michelle C. Haynes-Baratz, Ph,D, is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and a Faculty Associate at the Center for Women and Work.
Questions? Email Darcie_Boyer@uml.edu
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