Many of us spend as much time with our co-workers as we do with our families, yet we rarely examine the dynamics of a functional work environment. Interactions with our co-workers can create a positive or negative atmosphere that will be reflected in the quality of our work. This training will explore the elements of a respectful workplace, the negative impact of disrespect at work, and the strategies to ensure an inclusive and respectful work environment.
Registration will close 24 hours prior to class.
Presenter: Joe Lewis
Joe Lewis has more than 30 years’ experience in the field of employment for people with disabilities. Joe has successfully partnered with state and private Vocational Rehabilitation programs while working as a vocational counselor, program director, and trainer/consultant for a variety of community-based organizations such as the Center for People with Disabilities, EmployAbility, Inc., and Rocky Mountain Human Services. Additionally, he has more than 12 years of Human Resources experience with the State of Colorado, serving as a link between state government and applicants/employees with disabilities.
Joe has been a member of the Colorado Workplace Equity Coalition, is a former Board Member of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, has coordinated a successful annual job fair for people with disabilities in Denver, and was an active member of the Rocky Mountain ADA Leadership Network. He serves on HSN's Training Team and has conducted numerous trainings in areas such as job development, reasonable accommodation, and practical applications of the ADA in the workplace.
Eligible for 1.5 CEUs