Addressing the #metoo movement in corporate culture

 Bob Stineman and Michelle Pauls perform a scenario for the YMCA under Benjamin Lloyd's direction. 

Bob Stineman and Michelle Pauls perform a scenario for the YMCA under Benjamin Lloyd's direction. 

How can companies address the #metoo movement? What steps can corporate culture take to examine the workplace environment? How can managers and employees address workplace sexual harassment through non-threatening, impactful training?

The answer is in "scenario-based" workshops, such as our Creative Corporate Training program. Our program trains professionals in interpersonal skills, effective communication, teamwork and sensitivity in which we design scenarios with you that address issues and challenges you want your team to look at. Then our skilled actor-facilitators perform these scenarios for your team at the training, and the team figures out how to fix them. 

 Gavin Whitt and Michelle Pauls perform a scenario for University City District. 

Gavin Whitt and Michelle Pauls perform a scenario for University City District. 

The issues you want addressed - such as sexual harassment - are examined through specific scenarios we design with the program directors of client companies. These scenarios are built to resemble environments, situations and challenges that will be familiar to the team observing them. Our work focuses on empathy and creativity, and results in respect and accountability among team members, and inclusivity within the institution.

We have worked successfully with Drexel University, Freedom Valley YMCA, Philadelphia City Council staff, and University City District.

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 White Pines Creative Corporate Training is a fun, safe and effective experience for your team. Our work focuses on empathy and creativity, and results in respect and accountability among team members, and inclusivity within the institution. 

White Pines Creative Corporate Training is a fun, safe and effective experience for your team. Our work focuses on empathy and creativity, and results in respect and accountability among team members, and inclusivity within the institution.