Diana Peterson-More, labor lawyer, corporate executive and entrepreneur, heads an organizational development and human resources consulting firm that provides services and products focused on aligning individuals with personal and/or organizational goals and needs. Through strategic planning, talent selection, training & development, compensation, executive coaching, and employee relations, Peterson-More's firm (The Organizational Effectiveness Group) serves corporations, nonprofits, governmental agencies and volunteer Associations. Peterson-More is a much sought after speaker at conferences, seminars and colleges, and has been recognized and honored by organizations as diverse as the YWCA, the NAACP and the National Women's Political Caucus. She is dedicated to community service, with appointments to city and county commissions and task forces, and elected to nonprofit boards ranging from the American Red Cross, Union Station Homeless Services and the Aids Service Center to Community First Initiatives and the CalTech/JPL Child Educational Center. Peterson-More received her BA from UCLA and her JD from Loyola Law School.            
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Sexual Harassment, Title VII and Anti-Bullying Training

Diana Peterson-More

These two, one-hour, interactive sessions meet California’s requirement to conduct two-hour, bi-annual sexual harassment prevention and anti-bullying training to supervisors in organizations of 50 or more.The novel approach focuses on engaging and energizing participants by: developing a group definition of what sexual harassment and bullying are; walking participants through timelines, given that most of the requirements are a result of court-made law; presenting case studies that invite participants to represent the so-called victim/s, the alleged perpetrator/s and then to serve as jurors and vote; and, last to conclude with best practice policies. Many employers educate all employees so they understand their duties. The training often reduces employer liability insurance.

what you get

  • Last up to one hour
  • Allow for up to 200 connections into the Cast (a connection is a login from a unique location)
  • Include the two-way video experience (including interactive HD streaming video and audio) and dedicated support