AA-EEO Training and Compliance


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Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:
• Define sexual misconduct, which includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
• Understand the federal laws and Georgia State University policies related to sexual misconduct.
• Identify inappropriate behaviors of a sexual nature
• Understand an employee’s responsibility in responding to sexual misconduct.

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During this course you will receive:
• An overview of the law
• Information on the Georgia State University process
• The definition of retaliation and discrimination related to the Georgia State University process.
This is a very interactive class and included an activity that gives the participants an opportunity to process a hypothetical case.

Join us as we Celebrate 15 years of delivering excellent professional development sessions geared to motivate, educate and empower our participants. These initiatives assist them in propelling themselves into roles as accountable and connected leaders, thereby allowing them to become a source of influence for others to realize their potential.

Click Here to Register! Cost: $65 until March 31, 2017. $75 After April 1st. Registration ends on April 10, 2017. For group rates contact Kristie Walker (kwalker72@gsu.edu) at 404-413-2567.
This 4 hour program includes a luncheon, door prizes, a keynote speaker and the opportunity to engage with our vendors. Women and Supporters of Women are Invited!

Dr. Wendi M. Jenkins serves as the Director of the Servant Leadership Program at Columbus State University. Wendi holds a Doctor of Education Degree from Columbus State University, an Educational Specialist Degree in Instructional Technology from the University of West Georgia, a Master’s Degree in Secondary Education from Columbus State University, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education/English from Columbus State University.
Serving as the Director of Servant Leadership, Wendi’s responsibilities include teaching the eight LEAD courses that serve as the academic foundation of the undergraduate program. In addition to her course load, she also recruits prospective students for the competitive program, and advises the students throughout their time at CSU. She serves as the Chair of the Graduation and Special Events Committee and is an adjunct professor for the Doctoral Program in the College of Education.
Wendi is very active in the community and serves as the secretary of board for Twin Cedars Youth Services, chairman of the board for Girls Inc., and is immediate past board chair of Teen Advisors, Inc. She is also a past President and current Sustaining member of the Junior League of Columbus. Wendi is a 2013 Leadership Columbus graduate and an active member of the United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley serving on the Women’s Leadership Council Board and Community Investment Team. She has previously worked at Hardaway High School, St. Anne/Pacelli School, and Total Systems (TSYS).
Leadership and Power: Using Self-Awareness and Servant Leadership to Your Advantage.
In today’s workplace, coercion, manipulation and persuasion can all play a role in day-to-day interactions. The focus will be on:
• The ethical application of the exemplary practices of leadership
• Development of the spirit of inquiry
• Development of the one’s unique power to persuade through asking questions, listening, and discussing
Participants will leave with the ability to clarify and explain their own views of power and its relationship to leadership. The goal is to help each attendee define and engage in the five exemplary practices of leadership.

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EEOC Update will provide an overview of EEOC's national priorities and related cases. It will also address sex discrimination based on gender identity and stereotyping, exclusionary policies based on disability, and best practices for EEO.

Terrie Dandy is the Outreach Manager for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Atlanta District Office, where she manages the District’s outreach, training, and public affairs programs in the State of Georgia and parts of South Carolina. Ms. Dandy educates workers on their employment rights; partners with community-based organizations to promote civil rights in the workplace; develops and delivers EEO training to employers; and assists organizations in creating fair and inclusive workplaces.

Ms. Dandy’s career with the EEOC spans over 20 years. Almost all of that time was spent working in EEOC Headquarters in Washington, DC. She joined the EEOC Atlanta District Office in February 2006. Prior to joining the Atlanta Office in 2006, Ms. Dandy served as a management advisor to the Chairperson of the EEOC with responsibility for managing strategic planning and performance management activities; implementing Presidential initiatives; and advising on a range of programmatic and operational issues.
Ms. Dandy is a graduate of the prestigious Presidential Management Fellows Program. She holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Missouri - Columbia and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Fort Valley State College.

PRE-REQUISITE: You must supervise at least 1 person to attend this class.
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Upon completion of this training, you will be able to understand:
• What is a grievance? What is a complaint? When should an individual file a grievance vs. a complaint?
• What is a manager's responsibility once a grievance or complaint is filed?
• Gain a better understanding of the grievance and investigative processes, time frames, referrals, and steps to follow, and a manager's role/responsibility in monitoring the environment.

Should you require assistance, please contact Kristie Walker (kwalker72@gsu.edu) 404-413-2567  or Annette Butler (abutler@gsu.edu) 404-413-2562