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Workshops

The most-requested services of Workday Insight are the HR workshops conducted by Carl Jaskolski and Eric Jaskolski. Workshops range from one-two hours. The cost is negotiable in the greater Milwaukee County and Southeastern Wisconsin areas. Other select Wisconsin counties may be included depending upon distance. Standard price is $1,000 (plus expenses if out-of-state).

Intro to "Inclusiversity™" Workshop

This workshop teaches the combination of diversity and inclusion. Creating an environment of 'inclusiversity™' that elicits the very best from employess that is fundamental to the success for any employer.

 

Intro to Language in the Workplace Workshop

Freedom of Speech— Workshop Description:

This timely workshop examines the use of language in today's workplace. The workshop will introduce the legal implications of freedom of speech versus the impact of allowing offensive language in the workplace. Participants will discuss “how free is freedom of speech?” and identify the affects behind rude, crude and abusive language in the corporate culture.

Who Should Attend?

This workshop is a must for employees, supervisors, and managers with a desire to create and maintain a friendly, respectful, and productive environment.

This workshop will include discussions about:

  • How “free” is free speech in the workplace?
  • Who does inappropriate language harm?
  • Actual case laws affecting language in the workplace
  • Company policies on ethical language
  • Reasons behind swearing and profanity
  • Ways to improve professional/ethical language

Fees:

Workshops range from one-two hours. The cost is negotiable in the greater Milwaukee County and Southeastern Wisconsin areas. Other select Wisconsin counties may be included depending upon distance; $1,000 plus expenses if out-of-state.

Included in the workshop is a copy of Mr. Jaskolski's nationally and inter-nationally recognized policy on “Language in the Workplace”.

Intro to Sexual Harassment Workshop

Workshop Description:

This interactive workshop will raise awareness of sexual harassment as a workplace problem and outline legal avenues through which harassment complaints can and should be pursued. It will provide examples of what behaviors constitute harassment so all employees can avoid committing it.

Who Should Attend?

This workshop is a must for all employees, supervisors, and managers who are interested in preventing sexual harassment within their organizations.

This workshop will include discussions about:

  • Define sexual harassment and its two primary types
  • Identify basic myths and misconceptions surrounding sexual harassment
  • Recognize the boundaries of acceptable and unacceptable touching behaviors
  • Recognize the boundaries of acceptable and unacceptable looking behaviors
  • Recognize the boundaries of acceptable and unacceptable verbal behaviors
  • Develop a set of skills to deal with harassers
  • Understand why sexual harassment behavior is viewed as an abuse of power
  • Develop skills to monitor and judge your own behavior to avoid being accused of sexual harassment

Fees:

Workshops range from one-two hours. The cost is negotiable in the greater Milwaukee County and Southeastern Wisconsin areas. Other select Wisconsin counties may be included depending upon distance; $1,000 plus expenses if out-of-state.

Intro to Reemployment of Military Veterans Workshop

When military personnel finish their tour of duty and return home, among the post-military transitions that they must negotiate include: 

      Soldier to civilian

      Danger to safety

      Discomfort to comfort

      Camaraderie to solitude

      Mistrust to trust

      Chaos to order

 

Intro to "Biracial/Multiracial: The Bridge to Inclusion" Workshop

I Am or How Jack Became Black is a feature length documentary by Eli Steele a Los Angeles, CA movie writer, producer and director. The film explores the impact of the multiracial baby boom upon Identity Politics-driven America, a country that has shed much blood on the color line. This documentary will address the issue of the nebulous description of 'race' featuring my letter to President Obama. Click here to visit "I Am or How Jack Became Black" website.

Some people ask individuals their political affiliation; others may ask wanting to know what a person does professionally as to their work; still others may ask to know a person's gender. However, for millions of biracial people they are asked, what is there race. So, how does a person who is biracial answer the question?