WIN’s September Breakfast features author and award-winning trainer Mike Domitrz, who believes the national #MeToo movement has inspired change that few are discussing: that the movement is actually strengthening our workplaces in significant ways. He will be talking about this and more at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa on Friday, September 27, from 7 to 9 a.m.
Domitrz is one of the world’s leading influencers and a subject matter expert on sexual harassment. Decades before #MeToo cases were on the cover of every major media publication, Domitrz was being brought in by leading educational institutions and the U.S. military to help them pursue a new standard of consent and respect.
Now, with #MeToo as a backdrop, Domitrz will address the following in his WIN presentation:
• Knocking down old beliefs that cause unintended harm to individuals and the organization.
• How the language we use, in subtle and unintentional ways, can trigger coworkers and cause unintended harm.
• How to intervene when you hear and/or see someone not being treated with respect.
• How to positively support those who have experienced disrespectful behaviors and/or language.
• The fears and stereotypes surrounding the topic of changing an organization’s culture.
• The vision for what a culture founded in respect at all levels looks and feels like.
• Fostering and building that culture of respect each day going forward with specific habits and choices each person can implement immediately in their lives.
Breakfast is $45 for non-members and $20 for members who do not have a pre-paid membership.
About the Speaker: You may have seen him on NBC Dateline as a featured subject matter expert or being quoted in international news publications such as the Wall Street Journal. The author of three books and an award-winning DVD, Domitrz has a proven track record of helping people shift their paradigm on respect.
In 2003, Domitrz founded The Center for Respect, which conducts trainings for tens of thousands each year. Today, organizations of all sizes are asking him to do for them what he has done for universities and the U.S. Military: create a culture of respect throughout their organizations.
About WIN: The northern Nevada organization is made up of local business and community leaders who serve to bring knowledge, opportunities and change within our community. For more information, visit www.winevada.com.