Studies show that most of the sexual harassment prevention training available is dry and ineffective.

Repeating a boring PowerPoint over and over is actually counter-productive and serves to inoculate the employees against the training. They have the mentality, “I’ve heard all of this before.” And they have heard it, they just haven’t owned it.

Our approach is deeper and rooted in culture. Take look at how we are different that then traditional model.  If you are serious about approaching this issue there is no one more comprehensive.

 Traditional ApproachGenesis Approach
Approached with deep empathy in a way that is supportive for those who have already experienced harassment.
Highly interactive, with lots of experiential learning and opportunities for role-play and questions.
Provides legal definitions and explanations.
Explains the policies around sexual harassment and reporting.
Develops empathy and an understanding of the experience of harassment.
Defines what harassment is and uses real world examples and honest language to set very clear boundaries and norms around communication and consent.
What to expect in an investigation, how to preserve evidence, and what are the possible outcomes?
Explores reasons why harassment occurs
Who is more susceptible to harassment and how to minimize those personal risks.
Provides skills and practices to develop a harassment-resistant culture
How do you successfully intervene to stop harassment?
A realistic picture of what happens when I report. What are the personal risks and protections?
How can our culture support reporting and what is the role of managers when reports are made?
What supports are provided after harassment occurs?

We work with each business or organization to tailor the training for their needs.

Because we use an interactive process to focus on experience and ownership of the material, there is a natural limit to how much we can cover in 1.5-2 hours.  The bold areas are covered in all prevention trainings.  The other areas are optional.

Our approach is to build deeply in a few areas to create real change. Then we can come back and continue to build the others.

Let’s talk about where you want to start building a harassment-resistant culture.

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