This training satisfies State of California requirements AB1825 and AB2053

Participants will:


  • The causes of harassment and disrespect
  • Commonsense and behavioral definitions of harassment
  • What constitutes bullying behavior


  • Why most harassment and disrespect are unintentional
  • The organization’s harassment policy and procedure
  • Managers’ legal duties to prevent harassment


  • Gray areas of sexual harassment
  • Unwanted attention
  • Bullying/abusive conduct in the workplace

Master the Skills of:

  • How to communicate boundaries
  • How to listen to others with respect
  • How to create synergy with others in the workplace


  • Increase productivity and quality through improved performance management
  • Promote communication and teamwork with Human Resources
  • Create shared organizational culture based on values, policies, and laws
  • Link your organization’s policies to legal requirements
  • Give managers confidence to comply with legal requirements



Esteem conducts sexual harassment prevention training sessions for employees at all levels—general employees, managers, supervisors, and executives. This highly interactive session includes the opportunity for participants to create and discuss scenarios specific to their own (often work-related) situations.

Optional Format: Your training may include The Esteem Players, a troupe of actors who can bring the issues discussed in the training to life through acting out prepared harassment and bullying scenarios as well as responding to questions and concerns from the participants and utilizing improvisation skills to bring suggested scenes to life, often including volunteer participants who have the opportunity to practice new skills in realistic scenarios.  The Esteem Players move us from theory into practice with everyone experiencing how to respond effectively in a variety of difficult situations.



“Esteem’s presentations have been among the most well-received we have sponsored in our firm. Esteem has offered both Personal Safety seminars and Sexual Harassment Prevention seminars for all of our offices in California as well as Chicago, Illinois. Our attorneys, associates, and staff look forward to The Esteem staff’s biannual return to our offices, greeting them with references to previous seminars. Esteem’s approach to sexual harassment prevention is refreshingly upbeat and engaging, empowering individuals to assert themselves and set appropriate boundaries. I would strongly recommend Esteem to other companies interested in educating their employees in the important arenas of harassment prevention and personal safety.”

Karen Corman, Partner
The Law Offices of Skadden Arps, Slate, Meagher, and Flom