Protecting yourself against sexual harassment in the workplace
The #metoo movement has stated the obvious: sexual harassment abounds, not just in private life, but also in the workplace. The spectrum ranges from verbal abuse to plain sexualized violence. Unfortunately, the phenomenon does not stop at the doors of academic instututions, either. This course is aimed at female academics who want to be more confident in dealing with such attacks.
You will acquire a set of options for responding to various types of inappropriate behavior and bringing the harasser back in line. The measures that we apply address the whole range of aggression - from verbal countering and clear communication of boundaries to efficient physical resistance.
We apply those methods in real world situations derived from the participants’ experience spectrum. Practising your reactions will make sure that you can retrieve them quickly and effectively in an emergency situation. By building mental clarity and a determination for action, we protect our own dignity. And aggressors don’t stand another chance.
Duration: 6 hours
Group Size: 6 - 16 participants (depending on location)
Methods: Impulses by the trainers, verbal countering methods, physical self-defense, practical excercises.
Course Language: German.
Location: This course ususally runs at the Marion Löwer's studio in Wermelskirchen (NRW, Germany).
Alternatively, we can organize a special course for your group at your location.
Next course in Wermelskirchen:
September 29, 2018
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
course fee: 89 €
and secure your slot.
Subscription closes on Sept, 3rd!
Interested in a special course at your location?
If you are a higher education institution, career or gender equality center or a company:
Contact me to discuss options and get an individualized offer.
If you are an individual scientist currently employed at a university or a company:
Make use of your institutional support and ask your organization's Career or Gender Equality Center if they would sponsor a course for you and your peers!
If you have any doubts or questions, please feel free to contact me.