Respectful Workplace Training 
The Network is excited to invite you to a One Day Regional Training on the topic of Building a Respectful Workplace.

Thursday, October 18th
10am-4:30pm ET
Jewish Family Service of Detroit
6555 W Maple Road
West Bloomfield Township, MI 48322
The me too. movement sparked a vital conversation about sexual violence that has been thrust into a international dialogue. The Network has been paying attention to this and to the broader goal of re-framing and expanding conversations around sensitive topics. In order to better help member agencies position themselves in response to the me too. movement, the Network had one of our very own professionals trained to teach you about respectful workplaces. 

Join Brett Nicholson, SPHR, Chief Talent Officer of Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit for Respectful Workplace Training, which focuses on common social contracts and the responsibilities of organizations to their employees and employees to each other. Explore the realities of poor behaviors that commonly create environments that incubate and facilitate harassment and their effects on workplace culture.

Earn up to 5 continuing education credits approved for social workers.

View the schedule, training opportunities and takeaways here . (A kosher breakfast and lunch are included.)

TrainerBrett Nicholson, SPHR, Chief Talent Officer of Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan 
Detroit is a graduate of Oakland University and Western Michigan University-Thomas Cooley Law School. Brett leads trainings on many topics including civility, interview coaching, workplace culture and leadership development. Brett has led talent development/management teams at The Community House, Flagstar Bank and Towne Mortgage. Brett currently serves as the chair of the Michigan municipal officers' compensation committee, setting compensation guidelines for elected officials. Most recently, Brett completed a national certification in Fran Sepler's  Respectful Workplaces.
Register today. Space is limited. 
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