Prevention of Harassment - Keys
Dealing with Misconduct on Set
Length : 3 hours
As a person who exercises hierarchical authority, who directs or supervises the professional activities of your colleagues, or who occasionally assumes the duties of the person in authority, you may have to deal with situations of misconduct on the set.
This mandatory interactive course is designed to help you respond appropriately in these situations.
- Know your role and responsibilities on the set
- Know how to intervene if you witness inappropriate behaviour on the set, and how to stop incivility or bullying
- Acquire the attitudes and reflexes to support a person who is the target of incivility or bullying on a movie set
- Reach out to the coworker, listen to them, determine their needs and guide them in the actions to be taken
- Know the process for reporting an unhealthy work climate that could lead to harassment
At some points in this course, you will be asked to work in breakout groups. Make sure you have a space where you can do this.
Ghislaine Labelle is the founding president of Groupe Conseil SCO. She is an expert in the prevention and management of complex situations (conflicts, harassment and mental illness) in the workplace and has 30 years of experience as an industrial psychologist and mediator. A Certified Speaking Professional, she received the "Distinction Fellow" award of excellence from the Ordre des CRHA in 2018. She is the author of five books on conflict prevention in the workplace.
Over the course of her career, Ghislaine has helped thousands of organizations and work teams achieve or maintain high levels of organizational and relational health. She excels in mentoring, coaching, training, skills development, conflict prevention and resolution, and work climate analysis. Her clients value her rigour, professionalism and extensive experience in providing practical solutions tailored to each work team.
This project is being carried out with the financial support of the CNESST's program to fight psychological and sexual harassment in the workplace.
Have taken the Initiation to Community Life course or already be a member of AQTIS 514 IATSE.
NOVEMBER 14 - 9:00.a.m TO 12 p.m.
DECEMBER 7 - 9:00.a.m TO 12 p.m.
FROM 9:00.a.m TO 12 p.m.. OR 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
FREE, RESERVED FOR MEMBERS
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