Understanding Hostile & Intimidating Behavior Policy & Process


This workshop is designed to help university employees (faculty, staff, graduate-student employees, and post-docs) identify hostile and intimidating behavior when it happens, understand how to create conditions that prevent it, know the policies in place to address it, and become familiar with the resources on campus that can help.

In this case-based workshop, participants will work through a number of scenarios to help identify what hostile and intimidating behavior is (and isn’t), and work with one another to understand what their responsibilities are when they hear about or experience incidents of hostile and intimidating behavior. The workshop will be a combination of content delivery (e.g., mini-lecture), both small and large group discussion, personal reflective activities, and group activities.


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