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Connect & Learn: Acting with Respect

Registration will close on 11/13 at 10 a.m.

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11/14/2019
When: 11/14/2019
11:00 AM to 1:10 PM
Where: Kenwood Country Club
6501 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati, Ohio  45243
United States
Presenter: Geoff Scheer, Access Communications
Contact: Celia Werner, Chapter Administrator
513-554-4747


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1 SHRM Certification Credit!
1 General HRCI Credit!



During this interactive presentation, Geoffrey Scheer will utilize the power of live theater to illustrate the ethical and financial benefits of a diverse, inclusive and harassment free workplace. Volunteers from GCHRA will be selected in advance to perform several short scenes with Geoffrey depicting real-life workplace situations of discrimination, unconscious bias, harassment and other barriers to diversity and inclusion. Geoffrey will then lead a discussion with the audience attempting to understand the underlying motivations behind each character's actions and explore alternate ways the various situations could be handled.

Learning Objectives:
(1) Underscore the importance of diversity and harassment awareness training; it's the "right" thing to do (moral and ethical reasons) and it's the "smart" thing to do (legal and financial considerations)
(2) Learn how to identify the underlying motives behind people's behaviors and actions  
(3) Explore alternative, "outside-the-box" training methods prioritizing human connection over reliance on technology



Geoffrey Scheer is managing director of Access Communications, a training firm that uses live theater to illustrate the ethical and financial importance of a diverse, inclusive and harassment-free workplace. He is a nationally recognized speaker, a contributing writer on ethical issues for TheHumanist.com and the author of “Acting with Respect: a Theater-Based Approach to Creating a More Diverse, Harmonious and Profitable Workplace,” available on Amazon.




Members $25
Non-Members $35


RSVP by: November 13, 2019

*PrePayment is required to attend. Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover are accepted. 

No refunds will be provided after November 11, 2019.   

Please note there is an additional $10 registration fee for walk-ins.  Walk-ins are not guaranteed a spot after online.

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Cincinnati, OH 45241

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