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Catherine Mattice Zundel, MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is a Strategic HR Consultant who assists organizations in building positive cultures. For over a decade, she has assisted nonprofits, universities, small businesses, Fortune 500’s, government agencies, and many other types of businesses in a variety of industries in delivering a culture of respect and dignity to their workforce.
Catherine is a widely recognized thought-leader in HR, and she is passionate about employers’ responsibility to create the opportunity and environment for employees to thrive - it shows in her sheer number of conferences and publications.
She has appeared on/in NPR, CNN, USA Today, Time.com and more as an expert, she has published articles in a wide variety of venues and is a regular contributor to Forbes.
Catherine has authored or co-authored three books, the first of which has a foreword by leadership guru, Ken Blanchard, who called it, “the most comprehensive and valuable handbook on the topic” of workplace bullying. Catherine is also one of the founders of the National Workplace Bullying Coalition and its past-president. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in organizational communication from San Diego State University.
About the training
* all trainings are customizable to fit organizational needs
The #MeToo movement has made it clear that harassment prevention training in and of itself is not enough to actually prevent harassment. There are reasons for that, a big one being that in many states the learning objectives were designed by lawmakers and thus the training is focused on the law rather than actual prevention measures. In other words, harassment prevention training doesn’t prevent harassment unless people also learn tactics for speaking up at the moment to put a stop to unacceptable behaviors and unless managers learn tactics for coaching incivility and bullying before they escalate to harassment. This training provides the information your entire workforce needs to stand up for themselves and others, at the moment, in order to create a culture that does not tolerate incivility, bullying, or harassment.
Discuss and describe negative behaviors beyond harassment and discrimination, including incivility and microaggressions
Understand negative behaviors as a social phenomenon, and identify which roles they currently play in it
Use a variety of communication strategies for intervening when witnessing incivility, bullying, harassment or discrimination
Identify personal barriers to intervening (e.g., fear) and how to overcome them