8 tips for talking about sexual harassment with caregivers
EMS leaders set the tone for nurturing employees and moving organizations forward with integrity
By David Nelson, DMin
Like families, organizations are challenging in the best of times. They can become even more difficult during divisive movements. The recent “Me Too” movement, bitter political divides and other trends have challenged most of us to pay even more attention to the importance of creating a workplace of excellence. Here are eight tips for talking about sexual harassment with your employees:
1. CREATE A WELCOMING ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE
As leaders in public health and safety, we can help set the tone for our local communities. At their best, our organizations reflect our communities in racial, gender and lifestyle variations. By nature, human beings appreciate diversity. Leaders can clearly articulate the vision of celebrating the gifts of pluralism.