Preventing Retaliation in E&C
Have you dealt with issues of retaliation in your workplace?
It’s the perennial problem – the more an organization is successful in encouraging employees to raise concerns, the more retaliation occurs in the workplace. Eventually, employees’ fear of retaliation has a silencing effect.
Join ECI for an in-depth, town-hall style discussion that seeks to identify the causes of workplace retaliation and share your best practices to identify solutions to the problem.
This event was specifically designed to be focused on problem solving and sharing ideas with your E&C peers and colleagues. This forum is open to E&C team members and leaders and particularly vital for those involved in their organization’s helpline, investigations or retaliation prevention efforts.
Retaliation can be a problem in all workplaces, and the reasons for it can vary wildly and may surprise you.
But preventing retaliation IS possible.
Gather with a group of peers for expert-facilitated discussion and best-practice sharing. Discover new ideas for preventing retaliation in your organization, and take back actionable, practical ideas to your senior executives.
This forum doesn’t simply cover the surface of workplace retaliation. Instead, we dive deep in to the root causes of retaliatory behavior to focus on solutions that can be implemented across industries and in organizations of all sizes.
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November 5, 2019
Registration & Continental Breakfast
The Perennial Problem of Retaliation
Speaker: Pat Harned
What makes the fall ECI BPF the perfect time and space to address retaliation, taking stock of where we are in terms of this negative and destructive behavior and what we can do together to reduce its occurence in the workplace?
The Current State: Retaliation in the Workplace
Speaker: Preventing Retaliation Working Group
What are the current trends in workplace retaliation and how is it showing up in the context of ethics and compliance? This session will review the lastest research on relataliation in the workplace.
The Psychology of Retaliation
Speaker: C. Nathan DeWall
Revenge has been woven deeply into the fabric of individual relationships, communitiies and cultures for thousands of years. What do we know about why people retaliate and seek revenge based on real or imagined injustices and how can that understanding inform how we deal with it in the workplace?
Networking Lunch and Keynote
Inside the Experience of the Reporter
Speaker: Brad Agle
How does one reach the point of where they decide to blow the whistle versus reporting internally and trusting the process. What are the factors that make someone willing to experience great personal and professional risk? How can we build better programs and processes that support internal reporting and processes to protect the them after they come forward? Are there ways to identify a situation at risk of whistleblowing?
A Question of Power and Culture
Speaker: Alison Fragale
Whether retaliation comes from peers or leaders, it often occurs in the context of a power differential between the abuser and abused. What is the relationship between power and retaliation and how can the organiztion build in checks on authority that address this toxic relationship? More broadly, what changes to workplace culture and the context of work itself can make reltaliation a less likely response to perceived threats?
Transition and Email Break
November 6, 2019
The Preferred Path: Prevention
We know that High Quality E&C Programs are characterized by reduced incidence of retalition. How can create a culture that reduces the risk of retaliation?
In The Heat of the Moment: Intervention
Even in high quality E&C programs incidents of retaliation can occur. How can we identify these situations quickly to reduce harm to the individual and to the culture? What are the most effective methods of incident management?
The Long Road Back: Redemption
Once retaliation has occurred, the organization must respond and demonstrate accountability both to the employee and the accused. However, often repercussions from the situation extend far beyond those involved. How do we learn from these kinds of experiences and strive to unify those impacted by the situation?
Conclusions & Next Steps
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