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Engaging Albertans in creating positive workplace cultures that help stop sexual harassment - Virtual Networking at Noon
This presentation from the Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services (AASAS) will offer participants insight into Albertan’s perceptions and experiences of workplace sexual harassment and how to use social science to affectively engage people in the issue of workplace sexual harassment. We’ll discuss challenges with typical training and awareness approaches to sexual harassment and the new approach we’re taking, and how participants can apply behavioural sciences methodology in their own communication around anti-sexual harassment social change initiatives.

By the end of this webinar, participants should be able to identify:
- At least one characteristic of ideal workplaces in Alberta
- At least one thing a person can do to prevent and address sexual harassment in the workplace
- At least one way that positive and respectful workplace cultures benefit workplaces and help stop sexual harassment

Jun 15, 2021 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Corinne Ofstie (She/Her), BA, BSW/RSW
Director of Strategic Initiatives @Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services
Corinne is a registered social worker with expertise working as a cross-sector coordinator within community, system and government organizations in both Sexual and Domestic Violence. As Director of Strategic Initiatives with the Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services (AASAS), Corinne works to achieve the goals and objectives of numerous special projects including the Workplace Sexual Harassment Awareness Campaign and Training project. Among her many achievements, Corinne Co-Chaired the provincial Collaborative Justice Response to Sexual Violence Committee and was a member of the Gender Equality Network of Canada from 2017 to 2020. In 2018 Corinne was awarded Avenue Magazine’s #Top40Under40. She is a member of the Rebuilding Lives Committee for the Canadian Women’s Foundation and an Expert Advisory Panel member of Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice and Accountability.
Joni Avram, JD, MSc
Founder @Cause & Effect Marketing and LIFT Elevated Professional Development.
Joni Avram, JD, MSc. is an experienced leader of large-scale public engagement campaigns that have spanned political, non-profit, and business sectors. Campaigns include: I Believe You Canada Powered by Women , Yellow Pages’ Shop the Neighbourhood, Southern Alberta Institute for Urology (SAIU), and the To This Day Project. As an experienced communicator and behavioural scientist, Joni has provided professional development training to communicators, social advocates, and educators across North America. She is the founder of Cause & Effect Marketing and LIFT Elevated Professional Development.