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Conflict Resolution and Mediation Firm, Leadership12, Launches Sexual Harassment Prevention Training to Help Businesses Comply With Recent New York Law
PRESS RELEASE | NEWSWIRE
FEB 25, 2019 | 07:00 EST
New York State has passed a law requiring all businesses - with four or more employees - to provide mandatory sexual harassment policies and prevention training. The State has also issued an “Employer Toolkit” that provides training materials and guidance for employers who don’t have a plan in place. In response to the new law, the advisory and training firm, Leadership12, has launched a new three-part course on sexual harassment policy and training to help businesses ensure they are in compliance.
Advisory and Training Firm Announces New Service to Better Tackle Gender Conflicts in the Workplace
NEW YORK | NEWSWIRE
January 25, 2019
LEADERSHIP12 an advisory and training firm, has announced a confidential mediation, coaching and training service that educates business owners, professionals and HR on how to better tackle gender dynamics in the workplace. Based in New York City, the service comes on the heels of the #MeToo movement and NYC’s recent passing of its Model Sexual Harassment Policy and Training laws.
5 Smart Ways to Resolve Business Conflict: Professional problem-solver, Elizabeth Clemants, gives us her insider tips on defusing conflict.
June 26, 2015
Meaningful collaboration between great business minds is a beautiful thing-particularly when each party isn't shy about capitalizing on their unique point of view and skill sets. It's that kind of authentic personalization that causes a project to resonate with the public on a deep level-which is, of course, what every entrepreneur wants.
6 Smart Ways Female Founders Resolve Conflicts
June 2, 2015
Throughout my 18-year career of helping resolve disputes as a professional mediator, I have seen first-hand how women and men negotiate differently. But contrary to the stereotype that men are better negotiators than women, I believe women have the natural instincts to win most disputes..
HOW DOES A MEDIATOR WORK? by Arun Venugopal
OCTOBER 18, 2015
On the last episode for this season of Working, WNYC’s Arun Venugopal talks to Elizabeth Clemants, a New York City mediator and shaman. Clemants discusses the psychology of conflict resolution, how she integrates her work as a shaman with mediation, and the role that empathy plays in her work. Clemants also talks about the difficulty of coming to a solution in the “Me” generation.